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Korn's Jonathan Davis On New Video: 'This Is What Kids Are Taught'

They’ve delved into disturbing subject matter many times before, but with their new video for “Here to Stay,” Korn make their most direct and pointed commentary on sex and violence to date. The clip, which views like a graphic channel-surfing journey between CNN and the Discovery Channel, depicts a boy in front of a television broadcasting rapid-fire images, including a mob tipping over a car, fires, car collisions, open-heart surgery, animals mating and crocodiles attacking prey. Throughout, the band is depicted in black-and-white against a wall of TV static. In the end, the boy touches the TV screen and disappears… Read more »


Linkin Park, Static X & Disturbed Fill In For Davis On 'Damned'

Korn vocalist Jonathan Davis will not appear on the soundtrack to the forthcoming movie Queen Of The Damned due to a stipulation in his contract with Epic Records, which prevents him from working for other labels. To solve the problem, Davis and Warner Bros., the label which is putting out the movie’s soundtrack, have assembled various stars of today’s alternative music scene to cover the five tunes, which Davis sings in the movie as the voice of the Lestat character. Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington, Disturbed vocalist David Draiman, and Static X singer Wayne Static are set to lend vocals… Read more »


Korn's Davis Uses Stunt Double For Vampire Movie Soundtrack

Jonathan Davis co-wrote and recorded five songs for the upcoming vampire flick “Queen of the Damned,” but don’t expect to hear the Korn singer’s recognizable growl on the film’s soundtrack. Because Davis’ record label contract prohibits his voice from appearing on the disc, which will be released around the same time as the next Korn album, he has recruited and trained veteran hard rock singer Jeff Scott Soto to record his parts, according to a Warner Bros. spokesperson for the movie. Soto recently signed a solo record deal after recording some of the music in “Rock Star.” Davis and composer… Read more »


5 Best Halloween Movie Soundtracks To Play On Repeat This Holiday

Halloween is the time to put on your favorite spooky tracks or just play all the songs you love year-round for your normie friends. Of course, myriad instrumental songs are instantly recognizable and iconic, such as in the case of A24’s Talk To Me’s “Le Monde” by Richard Carter, taking over TikTok and Instagram Reels. Additionally, Michael Abels’ thrilling compositions brought Jordan Peele’s Get Out, Us, and Nope to life with rousing instrumentals, including “Pas de Deux” and “Preparing The Trap.” Of course, who could forget the goat, the OG, “The Master Of Horror,” himself, John Carpenter? The “Prince of… Read more »


‘The Conjuring’ Actress Vera Farmiga Covers Slipknot’s “Duality” At Rock Academy

While Vera Farmiga may be known for being a horror icon on the silver screen in ‘The Conjuring’ film franchise and ‘Bates Motel’ TV series, she also has a deep-rooted passion and connection to the music industry. Farmiga’s husband, Renn Hawkey, rose to prominence as the synthesizer player of the nu-metal group Deadsy in the mid-90s. The group worked alongside several major players within the genre including a feature with KORN’s Jonathan Davis on the track “The Key to Gramercy Park” as well as Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst directing the music video for the same single. Read more: Looks Like… Read more »


The Alternative Press Music Awards are back for 2015!

After last year’s majorly successful AP Music Awards, Alternative Press have announced that this year’s awards will take place on July 22, 2015 at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, OH. This year, the hosts are idobi’s own Full Frontal radio hosts, Alex Gaskarth and Jack Barakat!


Metalix Interview – Forty Fathoms and As The Sky Darkens

07/28/2014 – Taylor and Kyle from Forty Fathoms in studio with Jon and Nico from As The Sky Darkens. Nico says local newspaper Westword mischaracterized a review of an As The Sky Darkens show, Jon doesn’t want people who read that article to think he’s short, Taylor crticizes Asking Alexandria’s AP Music Awards performance with Jonathan Davis and Kyle shows off his 667 tattoo which you can’t see because this is radio. Catch both bands Saturday, 08/02/2014 at Summit Music Hall’s Moon Room in Denver. Metalix airs Mondays 9-11pm ET. (Pic left to right: Nico, Kyle, Jon, Taylor)


Korn Goes Prog?

When Jonathan Davis refers to having the terrible twos behind him, it’s not a parenting reference. (His son, Pirate, will actually turn 2 in March.) “We always say that, musically, our 20s are the terrible twos,” the Korn singer explained. “When you are 20 you do the stupidest stuff to your body, you’re close-minded, you’re like a 2-year-old – just grown up and can drink. Once we hit 30, we started really playing the stuff that opened our minds up.” It’s with that open mind that the 36-year-old Davis was able to envision his metal band playing a 14-song acoustic… Read more »


Blink-182, Staind, Rancid React To News Of Saddam's Capture

The monitors backstage at KROQ-FM’s Almost Acoustic Christmas festival on Sunday were broadcasting the performances nearby, but discussion in the dressing rooms centered on what was unfolding on TV screens everywhere else. Saddam Hussein had just been captured. “Today’s a good day,” said Mark Hoppus, singer/bassist of Blink-182, who recently traveled to the Middle East to perform for U.S. troops. “We think it’s funny that a big turd like him got caught as a coward in a little hole with rats and lice,” added singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge, whose brother serves in the Navy. “He’s not ever coming back [to power].… Read more »

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