Last week, former Korn drummer David Silveria spoke out on the band's current lineup and sound. Many of Silveria's comments seemed heavy handed and painfully critical, drawing both positive and negative reactions from Korn fans worldwide. In response to the venom spat back in Silveria's direction, the former drummer has posted a response via his personal Facebook page.
We haven't heard much from former Korn drummer David Silveria lately besides his DUI arrest, but the musician recently answered fan questions about Korn via his personal Facebook page. Silveria gave the current Korn lineup a bit of a at slam first, before going into more detail on how important he was to Korn's original sound, how he helped out singer Jonathan Davis and brought Brian 'Head' Welch into the band, even claiming that guitarist Munky was originally against the idea of welcoming Welch into Korn.
It’s been a long time coming, but Korn are gearing up to release their 11th studio album, ‘The Paradigm Shift,’ early next month. With the album's name, artwork and track listing all revealed, the band finally debuted the record's first single, ‘Never Never,’ on radio yesterday (Aug. 6) and the song can be heard right now!
Brian 'Head' Welch, guitarist for Korn and frontman for Love & Death, contributes a monthly column to Loudwire called HeAd's KoRner. In this latest edition, Head takes us inside his reunion with Korn and offers a glimpse into the recording for the band's upcoming album, 'The Paradigm Shift,' due out Oct. 1. He also addresses some backlash from a select group of his Christian fans and talks about a really cool experience with his daughter Jennae. Check out the latest edition of HeAd's KoRner below: