Korn are riding a career upswing at the moment, due in part to the success of 'The Paradigm Shift' album. The news just keeps getting better for the band, as they're set to appear as co-headliners of this year's Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival.
Korn singer Jonathan Davis appeared on the Feb. 17 edition of 'The Alex Jones Show,' spouting off some controversial opinions in the process. During Davis' interview with Jones, a noted conspiracy theorist, the Korn frontman shared his distress over the abundance of cameras in public, theories of how the media used Miley Cyrus to distract the masses from political issues and more.
If you've turned on CNN or read the news lately, you've probably heard about 19-year-old Miranda Barbour, a young woman who is accused of killing a man she met via a Craigslist ad, and who has confessed to killing at least 22 other people as part of a Satanic cult. But regardless of her association with the cult, Korn's Jonathan Davis says that Satan really has nothing to do with it.
Korn’s new album ‘The Paradigm Shift’ has been out for about a month and the band has been making the rounds to talk all about it. One major topic that keeps coming up is what it was like to work with guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch again and overcoming the obstacles of creative differences after a ten year break. In a recent interview on the ‘Sixx Sense’ radio show, hosted by Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx, Korn frontman Jonathan Davis and guitarist James ‘Munky’ Shaffer weigh in on just that.
Korn vocalist Jonathan Davis has battled both drug and alcohol issues for a sizable portion of Korn's career, but it seems like the singer's struggles have influenced yet another frontman for the better. In a new interview with Metal Hammer, Five Finger Death Punch singer Ivan Moody reveals that Davis is the one who curbed his own drinking issues.
Korn are set to unleash their new album, 'The Paradigm Shift,' on Oct. 8, and the band has performed select songs from the new disc during their recent headlining set at the Aftershock festival in Sacramento.
Korn recently welcomed the return of guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch to the lineup after he quit the band seven years ago. Now, members of the band are opening up with their personal thoughts on the reunion with Welch and why it just seemed natural.
Former Korn drummer Dave Silveria has been making headlines throughout the last few weeks with some comments he made regarding current Korn drummer Ray Luzier in addition to saying that he’d be open to returning to the band, should that opportunity ever come his way.
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