Do hard rock fans have time for listening to a third album while blasting their ears with the latest releases from Slipknot and Tool? If you ask Jonathan Davis, absolutely.
For the Korn frontman, having The Nothing out at the same time as records from the band’s contemporaries is a very great thing for everyone. “It just feels really good to see, you know?
It feels like a camaraderie of bands. One band being successful helps all of us because we’re becoming a dying breed,” Davis tells Australia’s Maniacs.
Korn wraps their co-headlining tour with Alice In Chains Friday night in Seattle, then will hit the Aftershock Festival in October. How many times have you given each of these releases a listen?