A new audio interview with KORN singer Jonathan Davis, conducted yesterday (Thursday, February 1) by "The BJ Shea Morning Experience" on the Seattle station 99.9 KISW, has been posted online at this location.Davis told MTV.com earlier in the week that he has already put together a band for a solo tour he wanted to do before the band's recent "MTV Unplugged" opportunity came along, but he's pushing that back for the time being. "I always have those wheels turning in the back of my head of what kind of solo thing I would like to do," he said. "I really want to do some of those 'Queen of the Damned' songs and covers and some KORN songs that we don't play live. And I have songs upon songs that I've done on my own that are way different, and maybe one day they will see the light of day. But right now, KORN is what I love and I don't want to do anything that might distract from that."
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