5 May 2018
After a short break, the stage was set with a throw rug center stage and a plain black microphone that in no way resembled the one of a kind microphone Davis used on tour with Korn. With the stage lighting low and all red, one by one, the band took the stage in all black with Jonathan Davis [★★★★★] bringing up the rear . The music began and the excitement started with the first song “Underneath My Skin” from the Black Labyrinth album, and continued with more melodic songs “Everyone,” “Forsaken,” and “Final Days.” Davis really pushed the boundaries, and got the crowd moving with the head nodding, bass heavy, guitar-laden “What You Believe” that left you feeling exhausted. Davis took us on a beautiful journey that continued with selections “System,” “Slept So Long,” and “Forsaken” from the 2002 Soundtrack album Queen of the Damned, and from 2007’s Alone I Play. With a surprising twist, he switched gears and performed the 1980 Neil Diamond cover “Love on the Rocks” leaving the audience satisfied. After a long ovation and adulation, Davis and the band left the stage for a few minutes only to come back for an encore performing the first solo single “What It Is” from the Black Labyrinth album, followed by “Happiness.” Davis pushed the limits with a slight different sound showcasing his versatility and showmanship that hasn’t been seen before. So if you’re looking for a high energy show with great music, this tour is a must see because it was completely mesmerizing to witness.