KORN singer Jonathan Davis recently spoke to Westwood One about the video for their cover of CAMEO's "Word Up". According to Davis, the clip features the band members with their faces on a bunch of dogs. Davis' dog, named Ricky, comes strolling into Tijuana only to upset the local pack of dogs, played by the other band members. "They basically just sat us down in a chair and locked us in and we put this green hood over our face and just showing our face and did what we had to do," said Davis, "So it was really hard trying to perform without moving. It was all just facial expressions, so it was kind of difficult that way, but overall, it was really painless." Jonathan loved the final clip, calling it one of the best the band has ever done. "It's just all in good fun," said Davis, "Not so serious this time because the song isn't really serious, so we show the lighter side of KORN."KORN's remake of "Word Up" is the first single off the group's upcoming album, "Greatest Hits, Vol. 1", due on October 5 via Immortal/Epic Records.
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