BOOM DA, Freak on a Leash For Your Mutts!

Jonathan Davis’s new adventure in association with Aftershock Festival and Danny Wimmer Presents

Korn’s frontman Jonathan Davis has unleashed his very own pet brand, “Freak on a Leash” and fans can’t get enough of it!

Jonathan posted his new business venture on social media yesterday (5th October 2022). Aptly named after Korn’s hugely successful 1999 single of the same name, Freak on a Leash is going to “set your pet apart from the pack” while “paying homage to the horror and rock we all love” the social media post states.

On his post, Johnathan announced that fans can get their hands on this new merchandise from the “Take Me Home Rescue” tent on Saturday 28th October at Aftershock Festival. The first 100 fans to attend the festival and purchase Freak on a Leash merch, get a wristband for a special meet and greet with the singer.

Jonathan with his new furry friend Dante

Fans congratulated the singer on Instagram and even asked for Cat merchandise to be made!

“I hope you made stuff for cats too. Cats are always forgotten”

“I can’t wait! My poppers gonna be styling!”

“Congratulations love! Saving pets with your music now too! Love you! Everyone is going to love this project I’m so proud of you!”

A portion of the proceeds that are sold at both Aftershock Festival and from the online web-store launch, will be donated to the Take Me Home organisation. The organisation is a non profit animal rescue teaming up with rock bands to save animals lives. Recently Theory of a Deadman did a meet and greet to raise money and Pearl Jam took a guitar and drumhead on tour to be signed and add to the fundraising.

“Freak on a Leash” from the 1998 album “Follow the Leader”, is one of Korn’s most well known tracks to date with a stunning music video that achieved three awards. Best Editing and Best Rock Video at the 1999 MTV VMA’s and a Grammy award for Best Short Form Video in 2000. The single only achieved 24th place on the UK singles chart but it still played loud and proud across the airwaves to date.

If you would like to know more information about, Take Me Home Rescue, how to get involved or follow their amazing journey, head over to their website or follow them on social media:

Personally, I can’t wait to see what Jonathan has designed and the fact it’s helping animals, just makes me feel all warm and fuzzy!

Published by GlamRat

A rock n roll girl just going through life with a not so rock n roll budget or lifestyle

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