Korn have made it two-for-two in the Loudwire Cage Match, albeit by the slimmest of margins. The band's latest single, 'Spike in My Veins,' bested Chevelle's 'Take Out the Gunman' with just over 50 percent of the vote. But does this hard-hitting Korn single have what it takes to advance again?
In the latest episode of Fuse's 'Metalhead to Head,' Korn's Ray Luzier and Anthrax's Charlie Benante sit down and chat with each other (watch Part 1 above). Two great drummers shoot the breeze about everything from how they got started drumming to developing their style to being fathers. There's a drum pad in between them, and throughout the interview they actually play various parts and demonstrate techniques.
Two legendary rockers will get their due at the 2014 Revolver Golden Gods Awards as Axl Rose will receive the Ronnie James Dio Lifetime Achievement Award and Joan Jett has been chosen to receive the Golden God Award this year's event. Both musicians will also be part of a solid performance lineup that also includes leading nominee Korn.
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.
Disturbed's 'Stupify' just extended its win streak to four in the last Classic Cage Match, besting Linkin Park's 'One Step Closer' in a battle of songs from the year 2000. Can David Draiman and company complete their run to the Classic Cage Match Hall of Fame with their fifth straight victory? There's just one song standing in their way.
King's X singer-bassist dUg Pinnick, Dokken / Lynch Mob guitar great George Lynch and Korn drummer Ray Luzier have found some common musical ground with their new project KXM. The trio have united to record a new album, and the self-titled disc is on schedule for a March 11 release through Rat Pak Records.