Korn’s Jonathan Davis Thanks Fans For Their Support During His COVID-19 Recovery

Korn’s Jonathan Davis has taken to social media to thank fans for their support following his battle with COVID-19. As previously reported, the singer, who is reportedly fully vaccinated, is still dealing with some after-effects from the disease. Davis said the following:

“I’m not really good at this. I only know how to express my emotions is thru singing. I cannot thank all the people who prayed and wished me healing enough. In my whole career I’ve never felt so much love. I just want you all to know how much I love and appreciate all of you. I’m feeling better as each day passes.”

This news comes shortly after guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer tested positive for COVID-19. J.R. Bareis (Love And Death) is currently filling in for him.

Korn’s Jonathan Davis On His Battle With COVID-19: “That Shit Kicked My Motherfucking Ass”

As previously reported, Korn’s Jonathan Davis has been performing with a throne at recent live shows due after-effects related to his battle with COVID-19. The frontman, who is reportedly fully vaccinated, told the crowd the following about that during the band’s September 3 show at The Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, PA:

“It feels so good to be back, y’all. Some of you might know, some of you don’t, but I’m recovering. I got COVID, and that shit kicked my motherfucking ass. But I decided I’m not gonna fucking cancel. … So I might be standing up, I might be sitting in my chair, but I’m gonna give you a hundred motherfucking percent. So let’s scream and have a good motherfucking time tonight.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Korn’s Jonathan Davis Is “Still Struggling With COVID After-Effects”

Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch has offered a health update on his bandmate Jonathan Davis, who recently had a battle with COVID-19. The singer, who has been performing with a throne at recent live shows, is “still struggling with COVID after-effects.” Welch said the following:

“Shoutout to Indianapolis/Noblesville, Indiana… My God, you guys gave us so much love last night. We appreciate you so much. Jonathan Davis is still struggling with the COVID after-effects. He’s physically weak and having a mental battle. And any type of love, light and energy you can throw at him — prayers, all of it. We have shows coming up, so all of you guys, check the dates. Whatever show you’re going to, throw him some love and energy, man — he needs you more than ever.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Listen To Korn Frontman Jonathan Davis’ Cover Of Pet Shop Boys’ “It’s A Sin”

Korn frontman Jonathan Davis‘ cover of Pet Shop Boys‘ “It’s A Sin” has officially been released as part of the soundtrack for season one of the “American Satan” spinoff series “Paradise City.” You can check that out below:

Jonathan Davis (Korn) Teases New Song “ELEX” From “ELEX II” Video Game

Korn’s Jonathan Davis has written a new song titled “ELEX” for the upcoming video game “ELEX II.“ You can find a teaser for that track below. The game is a sci-fi RPG and it is expected to be released later this year.

Korn’s Jonathan Davis Presented With The Key To The City Of Miami, FL

Mayor Francis Suarez honored Korn’s Jonathan Davis by presenting him with the key to the city of Miami, FL earlier today (November 15). The frontman shared the below photo of that:

Korn’s Jonathan Davis Appears In New Video For Criss Angel’s “Mindfreak” Show

Korn’s Jonathan Davis is featured in a new video for Criss Angel’s new “Mindfreak” production. The clip, which is set to Davis’ solo track “Basic Needs”, will be used to introduce the magician’s alter ego Xristos during shows at Criss Angel Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, NV. The production is set to open on December 19 and it will also feature Davis’ “What It Is.” You can check out the video over at Variety.

Jonathan Davis (Korn) Premieres “Basic Needs” Music Video

Korn‘s Jonathan Davis has premiered a new video for his song “Basic Needs.” This track is from his solo album “Black Labyrinth.” Davis commented:

“Basic Needs is essentially as close as I get to writing a love song. It also gave me a chance to explore different instruments and styles of world music, and step outside of what may be considered ‘the norm.’ The two other videos I’ve released for this record have been telling a story in reverse. This video continues that pattern.”