Hear Jonathan Davis' Dark, Confrontational New Solo Track "Everyone" | Revolver

Hear Jonathan Davis' Dark, Confrontational New Solo Track "Everyone"

Second single from Korn frontman's debut solo LP 'Black Labyrinth' arrives with violent, doomsday cult–inspired visual

Korn's Jonathan Davis has unveiled "Everyone," the confrontational second single off his upcoming solo debut Black Labyrinth. The hard-rock stomper finds Davis taking evangelicals to task, at one point declaring, "What makes you so pure, wanting this false cure?/I will never bow down!" The accompanying music video, directed by Stephen Steelman, emboldens these defiant themes further; it follows a Christian doomsday cult as they carry out an array of initiation rituals, each more sinister than the last. Unassuming prayers give way to electrocutions, poisonings, and — as suggested by the video's grim conclusion — murder. Happy Easter!

Black Labyrinth hits shelves May 25th via Sumerian. Besides "Everyone," Davis' inaugural standalone album includes the previously-shared "What It Is." Pre-order it here, and listen to 30-second snippets of each song on the LP here.