(CNN)Korn has launched its cover of the hit Charlie Daniels music “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.”
Proceeds from the music go to a nonprofit group known as Awakening Youth.
The band posted a message to their Instagram web page about why they needed to give followers their model of a basic nation hit.
“We’re very excited to bring you our cover of the late, great Charlie Daniels’ infamous track, “The Devil Went Down To Georgia.” Charlie left a musical legacy that goes beyond just one genre, and we want to honor his talent and influence with our own rendition of his song. It is available exclusively on our official @Bandcamp page, where 100% of all proceeds are being donated to the non-profit organization, Awakening Youth. Special thanks to our boy @Yelawolf for jumping on the track with us. You can purchase your download at the link in bio,” they wrote within the caption.
The authentic music is off Daniels’ 1979 album “Million Mile Reflections.” The music tells the story of a fiddle-playing man named Johnny who’s challenged by the Devil to a fiddle contest. If Johnny wins, he will get the golden fiddle; if he loses, the Devil will get his soul.
Spoiler alert, Johnny wins.
Daniels was admitted to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2016.