Korn’s Jonathan Davis will release his solo album “Black Labyrinth” on May 25, but it seems he still has more projects he wants to pursue. Among them are a “dark metal musical” and another solo album.
He told Kerrang! the following about the musical:
“A long time ago, I was talking to Clive Barker about doing a dark, fucked-up musical, but people get busy and it didn’t happen. It’s definitely on my bucket list to do a really dark, metal musical – not some stupid-ass one.”
In a separate interview with Ticketmaster UK, Davis said the following about his plans for a second solo album:
“I’ve got all sorts of ideas. I’ve got ones I’ve already put together. As soon as I’m finished with the Korn record I’m going to start pulling this together. I’m going to do the cycle with Korn, and once that’s done I’ll do a Jonathan Davis record. I’m just going to keep flip-flopping. It’s so much fun. I’ve got a lot to give the world. I know I’ve been doing it for a long time, but I’ve still got a lot inside me.”
He also added the following in another interview with NME:
“After the European tour I’m gonna come back, go into the studio with [Korn], and start working on a new record. Then I’m back out on [a solo] tour until the fall, and then we’ll do more work on the [Korn] record – I’m gonna flip-flop ‘em! The two work well together.”