Korn's bassist Reginald Arvizu aka Fieldy is planning to shock fans with his second solo album - the heavy metal rocker has abandoned the genre in favor of jazz fusion. The "Freak on a Leash" rocker is putting the finishing touches on "Bassically", a follow-up to his 2002 rap record "Rock'n Roll Gangster".
He tells AOL's Noisecreep, "Right now, I have 11 songs finished. I might do two more, but it's pretty much done." But Fieldy has warned fans to expect something different. He adds, "I'd say it's like a jazz fusion funk type of thing. Real new age, too. Different kinds of music."
"I've always wanted to do it. When I was younger, learning bass, I listened to a lot of bass albums, Stanley Clarke, I grew up listening to that type of stuff. I don't want people to be confused and buy it and not like it. It's not heavy I don't want people to get it and think, 'Man, I can't believe I bought this crap'. It's not meant to be heavy. If you like heavy and are not open-minded, you will not like this."