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Korn frontman Jonathan Davis recently spoke with Billboard.com about the band's tentative plans for its next album, which he said will probably not be as heavily involved with dubstep as last year's The Path Of Totality. Davis explained, "We're getting ready to start writing a new record. Our motto is to keep ever-evolving. I'm sure there'll still be some electronic influence in there, but I don't think it'll be like the last one and go to all those different guys again. We'll switch it up and try to do something new, 'cause that's how we work."
Davis did not say when the group might begin recording its 11th studio effort.
The Path Of Totality featured Korn collaborating on every track with a different dubstep artist, including Skrillex, 12th Planet, Kill The Noise, Noisia, Downlink, Excision and others.
Davis' electronic alter-ego J Devil will open for Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson's Twins Of Evil co-headlining tour, which begins on September 28th in Phoenix.
He also recently completed an EP as part of dubstep project Killbot and will also release a J Devil disc in the near future. He also appears on the song "Evilution" by Datsik.