Back in 2002, Jonathan Davis wrote music for one of the best soundtracks of all time – Queen of the Damned. It was one of those scenarios when the music was much better than the actual film. During that time, Davis had contractual limitations with Sony and was unable to perform vocals on the soundtrack and ended up hiring Wayne Static (Static-X), David Draiman (Disturbed), Chester Bennington (Linkin Park), Marilyn Manson and Jay Gordon (Orgy) to replace him behind the mic. Over fifteen years has passed and the singer must have been starving this entire time to continue exploring his solo career.
Moving forward to 2018, Davis will finally have his own vocals on his upcoming debut solo LP, Black Labyrinth, which will arrive on May 25th via Sumerian Records. To celebrate this release, the vocalist kicked off his World Tour this past Friday (6th) in Portland, OR. Footage can be seen below, which includes live debuts from his upcoming album as well as tracks from the acclaimed soundtrack such as “Slept So Long,” “System,” and “Forsaken.”
Check out the fan filmed footage below: