KORN frontman Jonathan Davis released his debut solo album entitled Black Labyrinth on May 25th through Sumerian Records. Davis has been teasing at a solo album for quite a long time, even as far back as when he collaborated on the Queen of the Damned soundtrack back in 2002. By the sounds of this video, he is definitely releasing some old demons within the thirteen tracks on Black Labyrinth. A good chunk of this segment shows Davis voicing his general lack of respect for religion and what it has done to him as a person, us as a civilization, and even to his band member Brian “Head” Welch when he was in his “honeymoon” phase with Christianity…
Davis’s new album features an impressive lineup of musicians including Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland, Korn’s own Ray Luzier, and many other top-tier players that have been seen on some of Korn’s previous releases.
You can check out all of the previous episodes of the Black Labyrinth updates via Sumerian’s YouTube channel.
You can also get your hands on Black Labyrinth at any of the below links:
US Store: http://smarturl.it/BlackLabyrinth-US
EU Store: http://smarturl.it/BlackLabyrinth-EU
Google Play: http://smarturl.it/BlackLabyrinth-GP