Davis, visibly rattled, struggled to complete his first two performances following her passing.
“I tried to hide what was going on for so long in order to protect her.”
She apparently died the same day Davis filed a restraining order against her
Hardcore Christians beware.
“We’ll be back to do a proper tour of Australia.”
“Everyone is stuck on their fucking cell phones. This takes us way out of that.”
“I’m really excited.”
After recently teasing fans with rumours of their musical cross-pollination, metal heavyweights Marilyn Manson and Korn frontman Jonathan Davis have revealed more details about their impending collab. But rather than the nu-metal-shock-rock output that one might expect, the pair have instead surprised fans by making a joint foray into uncharted territory. As Blabbermouth reports, Manson
Earlier this year, comedian Eric Andre (from the brilliantly bonkers The Eric Andre Show) and actor Jay Baruchel turned a live television interview into an all-out Korn impersonation session, took on the persona of the band’s frontman, Jonathan Davis, and lost their collective shit on breakfast TV. Footage of Andre and Baruchel’s hilarious interview, which
Almost guaranteed to be weird af.
Jonathan Davis sure would like it if you modern-day metal bands could all just be a tad nicer to each other and help each other out once in a while. Speaking recently to Metal Trails, the Korn frontman revealed that the ’90s metal scene was a much more brotherly place than that of today. Indulging
Just days before outspoken nu-metal band Korn grace Australian stages with their Soundwave shows, frontman Jonathan Davis has offered up his latest political theory, accusing Barack Obama of using the antics of pop stars like Miley Cyrus as a distraction to allow the US President to assume dictator-like powers. Speaking with TMZ in line at
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has revealed plans to release a new solo EP under his DJ name J Devil, which is used for his electro and heavy dub step music. So far there is no title, but it will be released in 2012. In an interview with Rolling Stone, he explains his new-found passion for