Korn’s Jonathan Davis Is A Colossal Tool Who Thinks He Invented Dubstep

Jonathan Davis

That’s like laying claim to inventing AIDS. If I had invented AIDS, I wouldn’t really tell anyone that. I’d try to hide it. But in a new interview, Jonathan Davis, frontman for Korn, says some seriously dumb shit.

“We were dubstep before there was dubstep,” says Davis, who has previously said that dubstep is the future of metal. No dude, this is the future of metal. “Tempos at 140 with half-time drums, huge bassed-out riffs. We used to bring out 120 subwoofers and line them across the whole front of the stage, 60 subs per side. We were all about the bass.”

He later talked about how the live shows have been impacted by the band’s dubstep leanings.

“It’s really cool to see glow sticks at the show, to see dance music culture infiltrating and becoming one with the metal community,” Davis says. Dude, you really have no idea what you’re talking about. That’s not cool at all, asshole.

“At the last show, there was one mosh pit where they were moshing, and another with kids doing glow stick tricks,” Davis marveled. “They were taking turns and shit. I think we’ve opened up a new style that both sides are happy with.”

This guy’s back on drugs to forget that one of his male relatives diddled his ween. I’m telling you, people.

Meanwhile, someone even less relevant, Bring Me The Horizon guitarist Jona Weinhofen, recently Tweeted that “Korn just ruined dubstep.”

No, dude. Dubstep ruined dubstep. You guys are all fucking lame assholes. Eat dicks and move to Thailand, you fucks.

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