As the frontman and lyricist for nu-metal elder statesmen KORN, Jonathan Davis explores the darker sides of humanity in his grueling, passionate performances. But it turns out the darkness doesn’t end when the concerts are over. Apparently, Davis lives in a haunted house.
“I have the remains of at least seven people in my house,” the hard rocker recently told NME:
“I’ll see things in the corner of my eye in my house. I’ll just be, like, ‘oh hey’ because at this point they’re there all the time. There’s bangs on my walls all the time. Shit flies off the walls. At this point it doesn’t even scare me, they’re just there. All I wish for them is peace. I wish they could cross over. I was scared when I was a kid.”
KORN is now supporting their latest album, The Nothing. Here’s what guitarist Munky told us about the album in an exclusive interview:
“We put a whole year into this record. That’s something we hadn’t done since Untouchables in 2002. So, we really sat with these songs, lived with them, had time to reflect on them, and then went back and worked on them some more. We didn’t rush it through just to put something out in order to get back on tour. I know a lot of bands do that; we’ve done it in the past too—I’m guilty. But this time we wanted to spend time with our families and take our time to make some great music. So, we spaced things out and really enjoyed being in the moment.“
The Nothing, produced by Grammy Award-winner Nick Raskulinecz, is available now on KORN’s official website, HERE.
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