Jonathan Davis is addressing criticism that the new Korn track, “Never Never” may be a little more mellow than what the band is typically known for, and with logical reasoning.
Davis told Metal Hammer Magazine that he knew at least some of the new stuff would piss off a lot of people, but alluded that he didn’t particularly care because those who are getting angry aren’t the ones he’s trying to impress.
“We put this out first cause I knew it was going to piss off a lot of people. And um, so I did it. That song ain’t for dudes, it’s for the ladies,” he said.
In the interview the frontman also spoke of Head’s return to Korn and the writing process for Paradigm Shift during his detox period off of Xanax saying when he said he had “one foot in reality. If you are a Korn fan in need of answers check out the interview broadcast online with TeamRock Radio below. Korn’s new album is set for release October 8.
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