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 vocalist Jonathan Davis is stepping away from his band to explore his EDM alter-ego JDevil as the opening act for the two headliners. Davis says, "I like to think of JDevil as the 'anti-christ' of EDM. To play along side Zombie and Manson is going to be a f---ing sinister night all around, and an unbelievable experience. I can't wait."

Davis and Zombie have crossed paths over the years, most recently when Rob allowed JDevil to remix White Zombie's 'Thunder Kiss '65' for his 'Mondo Sex Head' remix album that's due Aug. 7. He also remixed Hollywood Undead's 'Hear Me Now' for that band's 'American Tragedy Redux' release.

Things are looking up for JDevil as he just inked a deal with Dim Mak for the release of his debut EP. An official release date is still pending, but Davis has been working on JDevil music during downtime from Korn pretty extensively over the past year, so a street date shouldn't be far off.

The 'Twins of Evil' tour gets underway Sept. 28 at the Desert Uprising Festival in Phoenix.