KORN'S JONATHAN DAVIS RELEASES CLIP FOR NEW SOLO SONG
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has released the official music video for his song "Everyone." The video centers on a group of young people who follow a cult-like religious leader with unsettling results.
- The song is taken from Davis' highly anticipated debut solo album, Black Labyrinth, which is due out May 25th.
- The first single from the set, "What It Is," is currently Number 13 on the rock radio airplay chart.
- Davis started working on the new disc over 10 years ago, writing and recording material in between Korn albums and tour cycles since 2007.
- The singer will kick off a solo North American tour on April 6th in Portland, Oregon, ending on May 18th in Boston. Korn drummer Ray Luzier will be part of the backing band.
Story source: Loudwire
CHECK IT OUT: Watch the video for "Everyone":
HELLYEA BACK IN STUDIO
- Hellyeah has apparently resumed recording the follow-up to 2016's Unden!able album. On Friday (March 30th), drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott posted a short video on Instagram of Tom Maxwell laying down a guitar track on one of the band's new songs.
Although the band was reportedly halfway through the recording in January, it was put on hold while producer Kevin Churko had to stop and work with a "higher-paying customer" -- most likely Disturbed. The new Hellyeah disc is expected to be out by the summer.
ROB ZOMBIE SHOWS US SHOCK SHOCK... SHOCK... SHOCK!!!
An unboxing video has been posted for Shock...Shock...Shock!!!, Rob Zombie's new 11-disc vinyl box set that contains all six of his solo studio albums, plus two remix collections and three live efforts, including Astro-Creep 2000: Live, a 2016 concert performance of one of White Zombie's biggest albums by Rob and his current band. The set also includes a mask, lithographs, turntable mat and more.