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Korn Singer Explains 'The Serenity Of Suffering' Title

10/25/2016
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Korn

(Metal Hammer) Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has explained why he came up with the title of latest album The Serenity Of Suffering, rather than leaving it to guitarist Munky as usual.

And the vocalist admits that, although he has plenty to be happy about, he spends more time in a "dark place" than anywhere else. The follow-up to 2013's The Paradigm Shift - which features a guest appearance by Corey Taylor - was released last week.

Davis tells Blank Slate Creative: "Usually my man Munk comes up with titles. He's really good at it. He gets 50 different titles together and we all pick one. But I felt this one I came up with really nailed what I was going through when I was writing the record. It's a place I always go to - it's the inspiration when I'm writing music.

"The title means I've always battled dark feelings in my life. I've been there so much that I feel more comfortable there than when I'm in a happy spot." He continues: "I'm not saying I don't enjoy being happy, because I do. I've got lots of things to be happy about - I have a beautiful family, I get to tour the world and do what I love." Read more and watch the full interview here.

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Copyright Metal Hammer - Excerpted here with permission.

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