In the Jammcard clip below, acclaimed drummer Ray Luzier tells the story of how he got the gig with KORN and David Lee Roth.
"How I Got the Gig" is a weekly web series by Jammcard, interviewing pro musicians on how they got their big gigs.
Luzier is currently the drummer for the iconic nu metal band KORN. He is also well known for his work with David Lee Roth, KXM and ARMY OF ANYONE. Ray has also shared his wisdom as an instructor at the renowned Musicians Institute and with an instructional DVD released with the Hal Leonard Corporation.
KORN is working on material for a new album, tentatively due in the fall. A producer has already been selected for the effort but has not yet been announced.
KORN guitarist Brian "Head" Welch said in a recent interview with "Do You Know Jack?" that the band's new music is "heavier than anyone's heard KORN in a long time… just the beginning stages are proof of that to me."
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