Hey this is Jonathan Davis from Korn, what's up?
I think yes, that Fieldy and Ray - there was something lacking in the later records between David and Fieldy and this has definitely been a great addition. We actually have a rhythm section now and it felt like over the years that Fieldy was trying to make up for David's playing, you know doing the clicky stuff, percussive stuff, and now Ray and Fieldy just totally vibe off eachother, their live shows, everything. It's just really really cool to have that solid bass again.
I haven't talked to Head since - I talked to him once since he left and that's when I got sick. He was talking to Fieldy and he wanted to come talk to us but me and Munky didn't feel it was time, we weren't ready yet. It wasn't because we didn't want to talk to our bud, it's just we were right in the middle of writing the record and we didn't want to mess with the momentum we had. If we had someone come back in or even if it wasn't to come back in, it would have totally messed what we had going on. I love him and I miss him dearly but you know what? He's doing something really cool on his own and when he's ready I'm sure that will happen, but right now he's happy doing what he is doing and I'm just glad he's alive.
This new record is amazing, we're very very proud of it. It's definitely an emotional record for me and it's a return to the form for us, it's the original Korn vibe. It's the old school Korn and earlier fans will be very happy.
I think my favorite video of all time is Halo, when that came out. There are other better games probably but - just that whole thing, waiting for the next installment and everything going on - I'm a huge Halo fan so I'd say Halo. And I don't really have a high score in that game, it's just, I play it because I love it.