For those of you who thought it couldn't get any better than Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson touring together on the 'Twins of Evil' tour this fall, we bring you news that another hard rock heavyweight is joining the run.
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis recently sat down for an interview to speak about his current electronic solo project, J Devil, as well as his experiments with Killbot that will be revealed in an upcoming EP. Along with that news, however, Davis spoke about writing for Korn's next album and the direction they will take.
Rob Zombie is set to release his 'Mondo Sex Head' remix album on Aug. 7, which will feature "shocking" remixes of Zombie classics by several electronic musicians. First up is Korn frontman Jonathan 'J-Devil' Davis' remix of the White Zombie classic 'Thunder Kiss '65,' which you can hear below.
You may be surprised to read that music wasn't the first love of Korn singer Jonathan Davis. In fact, the vocalist studied at the San Francisco School of Mortuary Science during his college years. Davis became a professional embalmer for a funeral home as well as an assistant in the Kern County Coroner's Department.
It's no secret that Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has an affinity with electronic music. Korn's latest record 'The Path of Totality' delved into dubstep territory and took the band into a new stage in their career. Nowm Davis will soon be releasing an electronic EP under the name J Devil.
If an actual war took place between rap fans and metalheads, which side would emerge victorious after the bloody battle was fought? Metalheads, of course! This weekend, metal fans will be able to team with Megadeth's Dave Mustaine and Korn's Jonathan Davis for an online 'Battlefield 3' tournament against a team of hip-hop henchmen.
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