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 singer Jonathan Davis addressed some pretty serious topics in a recent radio interview. Along with the band's upcoming album 'The Paradigm Shift,' and the record's first single, 'Never Never,' Davis went in-depth about his personal struggles with addiction and how the stress of his son's diabetes diagnosis added on to the vocalist's issues.
Korn have just completed recording their 11th full-length album. The band's follow-up to their dubstep-influenced 2011 album, 'The Path of Totality,' will be their first in 10 years to feature guitarist Brian 'Head' Welch and has already been called "the best album we've ever done" by vocalist Jonathan Davis.
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis is an avid supporter of the U.S. military, as evidenced with his continued USO meet-and-greets and performances for U.S. servicemen and women and his participation in the recent 'Wounded Warriors' short film. The singer's support continued during a special meeting set up at the ShipRocked event in late November.