“I was in Long Beach. I was in my car coming home from practice and I heard it, and I just screamed all the way home.”
After two decades of making aggressive and often polarizing hard rock, Jonathan Davis learned that there’s not a damn thing he can do about his critics. So he decided to just stop worrying about them.
Korn have reunited with founding member Brian ‘Head’ Welch and are back with a new nu-metal album due October 1 titled The Paradigm Shift.
Jonathan Davis, aka JDevil, of Korn recently visited U.S. troops at Ramstein Air Base in Germany to greet some injured servicemen and women. The touching visit was documented on a video posted to Monster Energy’s […]
Jonathan Davis drives a 4-wheeler out to the countryside to do some shooting. Fieldy gets a tattoo of a bandana on his forehead. Monkey gets a drift car sideways on a racetrack. [Spoiler alert] Davis […]
Through an alleyway, up multiple flights of narrow, graffiti covered stairs, KoRn devotees anxiously poured into Dim Mak studios – a dark venue with an underground vibe and bass beats that shook the walls. The […]
Jonathan Davis of Korn has exploded through the boundaries of music by bringing a dubstep sound to the latest Korn album, The Path of Totality, and his DJ alter-ego, J-Devil, but the super-charged frontman took […]
[pullquote quote="That's what's kept us around for so long. Just constantly experimenting and evolving and having fun being musicians."]Jonathan Davis, currently on an international tour with Korn to promote 2011′s The Path of Totality, isn’t […]