"Rock has been so fucking lame lately," Korn frontman Jonathan Davis told Rolling Stone this week. He was interviewed about the band's decision to work with dubstep and electronic music producers on their forthcoming album The Path of Totality, which will be in stores December 6 (you can pre-order it on iTunes right now). Says Davis, "It was a bitch. It was very hard to do, a lot of hard work, a lot of hours. But we pulled it off at the end."

Davis says the new material has forced the band to change up its live presentation - on their current tour, Korn is beginning their set with four rare songs they never play live, then performing six songs from The Path of Totality, then returning for a greatest-hits mini-set. (The tour kicked off last night in Boston; visit our tour page to find a show near you!)

Visit RollingStone.com to read the full interview with Davis.