Audio Interview With KORN's JONATHAN DAVIS Posted Online

June 7, 2002

An interview with KORN frontman Jonathan Davis, conducted by Mary Anne Hobbs of BBC Radio One's Rock Show and aired several days ago, can be heard in Real Audio at this location.

In related news, Davis has told Britain's Metal Hammer magazine that he would like nothing more than to tour with MARILYN MANSON.

"It all depends on our record labels," said Davis. "Y'now - if they're gonna be ass holes or not! We've talked about it and I've been over to listen to his new stuff and his new album [The Golden Age Of Grotesque] is fucking amazing! I love what he's doing and I'd like to be a part of it."

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