Jonathan Davis: Obama is Illuminati Puppet and Cyrus Distracts
Korn’s Jonathan Davis is condemning President Obama as an Illuminati puppet and says that celebrities like Miley Cyrus are distractions. Davis appeared on The Alex Jones show earlier this week to talk about their new video for “Spike My Veins” which blasts popular culture and the phony face of politics. Davis said ”everyone’s so asleep and oblivious the country is using media to capture people’s attention or take away from the fact what’s going on with our country.” Davis cited how absurd it was that Miley Cyrus was prominent in the news while civil liberties were being taken away overtly and covertly. The Korn front man says that he’s never been a political person, but things seem to be getting worse and worse. Korn is rumored to be part of this year’s Mayhem festival, but that has yet to be confirmed.
Would have been 47
Yesterday was Nirvana Front man Kurt Cobain’s birthday. He would have been 47, if he didn’t commit suicide 20 years ago. Celebrations marking his birthday took place in Aberdeen, Washington, where the singer was born. There’s even a book coming out titled Here We Are Now: The Last Impact of Kurt Cobain that will explore the singer’s impact on society. You can pre-order the book now, but it hits stores March 18th. Nirvana will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this April.
Is a suspension the appropriate action, or should the band just kick his ass out all together? Word is that 3 Doors Down have suspended Todd Harrell after his last run in with police. Well, actually, Harrell didn’t have a run in with police. Police found him slumped over his steering wheel passed out from booze and pill, presumably. He of course was arrested. This is not the first time. Harrell is also dealing with a vehicular manslaughter charge from a previous incident. Now, the band says it has suspended him indefinitely saying it’s a move to protect the band’s “image and integrity.” Hopefully Harrell can find the help he needs to kick the fix.
Party w/ Buckcherry
Buckcherry are taking to the road this March and April and a date in May. The band will be in Libertyville, Illinois, at the Austins Fuel Room March 22nd. They’ll be joined by The Virginmarys. Fans will have a chance to upgrade their experience to a VIP package which allows for the concertgoer to hang with Buckcherry after their performance during the after party. Plus VIPs get some other neat trinkets.
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