Brian ‘Head’ Welch Would Reunite With Korn for a Rock Hall of Fame Performance
We recently had the opportunity to chat with former Korn guitarist and current Love & Death frontman, Brian "Head" Welch, and touched upon a wide range of topics. One of them happened to be the recent Guns N' Roses drama at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, in which Axl Rose decided not to join his former bandmates at the event.
No one knows for sure whether Korn will be inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and it'll be a while before we find out -- the band won't be eligible until 2019 (25 years after the release of their first album). But if the situation did arise, we wondered if Head would join his former bandmates for a performance.
Head let us know that he and his former bandmates are getting along fine these days, and that he would be open to playing with them at the Rock Hall induction ceremony, if the honor were to happen.
"I've thought about that over the years and I'm friends with them [Korn] now," says Welch. "I talk to them pretty regularly, so I don't think it would be a big deal for me to go and play a classic or two. I don't understand grown men who are close to 50 years old having issues like that. It just floors me that you can't at some degree, be civil. It's just beyond me. I don't understand that, but you know, everyone is different, I don't judge them. We all have our issues."
Stay tuned for our full interview with Brian 'Head' Welch, which will be unleashed upon you very soon.