Jonathan Davis of Korn appeared to be branching out into a different industry other than performing – he is about to launch a pet brand and pet products.
Davis’ new venture, “Freak on a Leash,” is collaborating with Take Me Home Rescue, a non-profit animal rescue organization that works with rock bands like Korn to save pups’ lives.
Jonathan Davis shared the official poster for the new product line he is launching in a dark and dingy Instagram post.
According to the press release, “Freak on a Leash” is not pet food but rather merchandise that will set your pups apart from the crowd.
Davis said on Instagram:
“Be the FIRST to own my new pet brand, Freak on a Leash! These premium products are created for all, paying homage to the horror and rock music we love. This first collection, designed exclusively by me, contains all custom products made with high-quality gunmetal hardware, leather, nylon, and plushies that will set your pet apart from the pack.”
The Korn frontman is also collaborating with Danny Wimmer Presents to give his ardent fans a sneak peek at the items before they are officially released. Merchandise from “Freak on a Leash” will be available exclusively at Take Me Home’s tent at the Aftershock Festival on October 8 at Sacramento’s Discovery Park.
Davis feels generous to his fans, as the first 100 buyers will receive a limited edition wristband that allows them to meet him in person on the same day.
The proceeds from the product sale will be donated directly to the Take Me Home Organization.
Freak on a Leash will be available in stores after the official release date of October 28 this year. Fans can visit this website for more information on the products and the meet and greet.
Korn’s fourteenth studio album, “Requiem,” was released in February 2022. The album generally received positive reviews, with Kerrang!, Louder Sound, and NME all awarding it four out of five stars.
“Requiem” received an 8/10 from Blabbermouth, proving KORN’s extraordinary resilience and unwavering vitality.
The album debuted at No. 14 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and No. 1 on the Top Hard Rock Albums chart in the United States, tying it with the Foo Fighters, Five Finger Death Punch, Linkin Park, and Pearl Jam.