KORN Bassist FIELDY To Launch Clothing Line

According to a posting on the KORN fan site Korn.Simpol.net, KORN bassist Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu will follow in the footsteps of guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer by launching his own clothing line.

Friends, family and Fieldy himself have been promoting the clothing line, dubbed Immanuel One Twenty Three, in meet-and-greet signings on The Family Values Tour 2006 by passing out stickers.

The clothing line's official web site has not yet been launched but be sure to check Immanuel123.net in the near future.

Fieldy's clothing line is just the latest in the long list of side projects the KORN bandmembers have interest in.

Drummer David Silveria currently owns two restaurants, and Munky owns a clothing store named Meeschka. Munky also recently launched his own record label.


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