KORN Singer JONATHAN DAVIS: Don't Blame The Devil For CRAIGSLIST Murder

KORN Singer JONATHAN DAVIS: Don't Blame The Devil For CRAIGSLIST Murder

According to The Pulse Of Radio, KORN frontman Jonathan Davis told TMZ in a short interview that the recent case of Miranda Barbour, a 19-year-old woman who is accused of killing a man she met through a Craiglist ad, has nothing to do with Satan. Barbour also claims to have killed at least 22 people as a member of a Satanic cult, but Davis isn't buying it. He said, "They just blame that shit on the devil cause they've been blaming it on the devil forever. It's got nothing to do with the devil."

Davis was also asked by TMZ if he is still fascinated with serial killers, which led him to purchase actual memorabilia from convicted murderers like Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy at one point in his life.

The singer replied, "I'm past that. It was something I was into at the time, 'cause I worked in a coroner's office and was doing autopsies and stuff like that."

Davis once told The Pulse Of Radio that he'd still be in that business if he wasn't a musician. "I'd probably be a coroner investigator," he said. "I went to mortuary college, you know, and worked in funeral homes and worked at the coroner's office doing autopsies, but I really wanted to be an investigator. That's really what I wanted to do, other than be in a band."

KORN recently released a new video for "Spike In My Veins", the latest single from its 2013 album "The Paradigm Shift". The band heads to Australia on tour later this month.


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