Johnathan Davis from Korn

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Johnathan Davis is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. He is best known as the lead vocalist and front man of the nu-metal band Korn, considered a pioneering act of the nu-metal genre.

Korn has formulated an extensive and widespread list of music that has earned the band many awards throughout the years. From 1996-1999, Korn did 'Life is Peachy (1996)' which went double platinum in the States, 'Follow the Leader (1998)' which peaked at number one on Billboard 200, and 'Issues (1999), which was promoted by the tour 'Sick and Twisted'. Korn's fifth studio album 'Untouchables' was released in 2002 and became an instant hit with the metal fans, which helped it get certified platinum. Apart from selling 5 million copies worldwide, its single 'Here to Stay' won a Grammy.

In 2003, 'Take a Look in the Mirror' was released. The album received mixed critical reviews but ranked at No. 284 on Rock Hard magazine's 'The 500 Greatest Rock & Metal Albums of All Time'. 'See You on the Other Side' was released in 2005 under Virgin Records. It went platinum, but the band's longtime guitarist was not in it. Korn took the help of 'The Matrix' to give itself more mainstream popularity. Band's 2007 released album was not given a title intentionally as Davis wanted his fans to call it whatever they wanted to call it. Indeed, the gimmick worked out for them, and the album was certified gold.

The more recent albums by Korn are: 'Korn III: Remember Who You Are (2010)', 'The Path of Totality (2011)' and 'The Paradigm Shift (2013), which received positive critical reviews and their former guitarist Brian' Head' Welch returned for this album.