KORN: New Video Interview With JONATHAN DAVIS Posted Online

A brand new interview with KORN frontman Jonathan Davis conducted last week by David Farrier of New Zealand's TV3 can be viewed below.

A new KORN collection, titled "Playlist: The Very Best of Korn", was released on April 29. The compilation came two weeks ahead of the May 13 arrival of a DVD called "Live in Montreaux 2004". That disc will feature a full concert by the original lineup of the band, before the departures of guitarist Brian "Head" Welch in 2005 and drummer David Silveria in 2006.

A new KORN single called "Kiss" went to radio stations last month. The song is taken from the band's untitled 2007 album, which has sold around 400,000 copies in the U.S. since coming out last July.

KORN frontman Jonathan Davis recently canceled a number of dates on his upcoming European solo tour, scheduled for May and June, due to "personal reasons."

Rumors persist that the founding lineup of KORN could be reuniting later this year.


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