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Veterans Day Video, It's a Boy, and Another Album Already?

The WQLZ Music Minute--Music news written by Bishop for 92.7 WQLZ, The Rock Station


Wounded Warrior--A film featuring Jonathan Davis
Wounded Warrior--A film featuring Jonathan Davis

Veterans Day video


A couple of stories from the Korn front—First up, Jonathan Davis hooked up with soldiers from Ramstein Air Base in Germany back in August. He didn’t just visit with them, he got the grand tour of the air base (except for all the classified stuff of course). A video set to be released just in time for Veterans Day shows Davis checking out a C130J Hercules Aircraft and also watching some explosives demonstrations. The Korn front man also visited with injured service members. The film, titled Wounded Warriors will debut at the GI Film Festival in Hollywood Saturday just in time for Veterans Day, which is Sunday! Happy Veterans Day!


It's a boy


Also in Korn news, James “Munky” Shaffer is a dad again. Tweets from Munky’s wife welcome their son D’Angelo Draxon Shaffer into the world Wednesday. The Korn and Fear and the Nervous System guitarist has another kid, a daughter, from a previous relationship.


Another album already?


Shinedown says their next album is ready to go and it’s much darker and mischievous, according to front man Brent Smith. It’s not a matter of the band waiting to get back into the studio, the album is already in the can. It’s been less than a year since the band release Amaryllis and Smith says that band actually has the new album recorded. Smith says the band took more creative liberties on the new album and that fans can expect a darker and more mischievous fell. There’s not indication yet of the album title or of a release date.


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