The whole band was interviewed at dnaindia.com.
Q: Do you experiment a lot? A lot of dubstep influence seen in your music recently. And you also wrote on the Roadrunner Records website that the group is creating 'future metal' by incorporating dubstep, drum and bass and house music into old formula. Can we say that the band is undergoing a transition?
A: Jonathan Davis: Absolutely. We are all about experimenting. If we're not challenging ourselves and breaking new ground with our music, there's no point for us to be doing it. This is what we live for. The band is definitely undergoing a transition — we are always trying to reinvent ourselves and challenge ourselves. There's no sense in making the same record over and over again.
Q: The industry is abuzz about J Devil remix of Rob Zombie's classic track, Thunderkiss '65', which you have called The Number Of The Beast. Tell us about more about this remix?
A: Jonathan Davis: Rob approached me and I was beyond ecstatic. I've always been a huge Rob Zombie and White Zombie fan, and that track is a straight-up classic. To be able to put my own evil little spin on it was a lot of fun.
Read the full interview at dnaindia.com.