KORN frontman Jonathan Davis has told the Sydney Morning Herald that he is looking forward to touring Australia in their first visit since the 1999 Big Day Out. This time he'll bring along his eight-year-old son, Nathan.
"Oh, he's great, and he really digs KORN, which is lucky for me," said Davis.
"It's funny, because his best friend is [MÖTLEY CRÜE's] Nikki Sixx's son. It's pretty cool. I run into Nikki at our sons' school and we talk about what classes the boys are taking.
"It's a trip. He's a good guy. But imagine if those two boys started a band in the future. It'd be pretty kick-ass."
In the same interview, Davis made it clear that he doesn't see anything strange about the fact that he owns notorious serial killer Ted Bundy's car — the same VW that Bundy used to pick up women in the '70s.
"The car was auctioned off by the police," he said. "They always sell stuff off after a long time has passed between the crimes."
Davis said he bought the car with the aim to open a museum dedicated to serial killers, but the project has been shelved and the car is taking up space in his Los Angeles garage.
"I'm just gonna keep it," he said. "I'd never drive it."
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