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Brian ‘Head’ Welch’s Love and Death Discuss Debut Album ‘Between Here & Lost’ + More

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Brian ‘Head’ Welch is best known as being the guitarist of Korn, but he steps into the limelight as the frontman of his new band Love and Death.

The entire band recently stopped by Loudwire headquarters to chat about their new album ‘Between Here & Lost,’ their current trek with Thousand Foot Krutch and much more.

Love and Death also cleared the air and expressed their thoughts on facing criticism over their actions from some members of their Christian fan base. On a lighter note, Welch joked about how “the hotness of his naked body” influenced the idea to cover Devo’s ‘Whip It.’ This alone should be enough reason to watch their interview below.

Check Out Loudwire’s Interview With Love and Death

Next: Brian 'Head' Welch Talks Current Korn Reunion

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