Jonathan Davis Solo Album Features Miles Mosley

Jonathan Davis: Black LabyrinthKorn frontman Jonathan Davis has just dropped a new solo album called Black Labyrinth. It’s his first solo record, and while elements of his main gig are prevalent, there’s plenty of music you wouldn’t expect from the vocalist. That’s thanks in part to his collaboration with Miles Mosley of the West Coast Get Down. The bassist has been working with Davis since he began dabbling in solo work in 2007 on the Queen of the Damned soundtrack.

“I’ve always wanted to do a solo album. It led to 2007 when I toured and could play the ‘Queen Of The Damned’ songs,” Davis told NME. “I didn’t have enough songs to do a full set, so I started doing Korn songs that Korn never play live. That was amazing, too. Then right after that I started writing for this with Miles Mosley, my bass player, and Zac Baird, who played keyboards for Korn. We put all this stuff together, and this really cool, world music, heavy, vibey thing came out – some hybrid. You know me – I don’t like doing shit that’s been done. I gotta try and do something different.”

Check out this album sampler for a taste of Black Labyrinth:

Black Labyrinth is available now on CD, vinyl and as a digital download (iTunes and Amazon MP3).

Black Labyrinth Track List:

  1. Underneath My Skin
  2. Final Days
  3. Everyone
  4. Happiness
  5. Your God
  6. Walk On By
  7. The Secret
  8. Basic Needs
  9. Medicate
  10. Please Tell Me
  11. What You Believe
  12. Gender
  13. What It Is

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