In the latest Korn fan video testimonial, photographer Chad Martel reminisces about capturing the Jonathan Davis-Brian "Head" Welch reconciliation shot.
Guitarist Brian 'Head' Welch will reconnect with his Korn bandmates in Kansas City this weekend after recovering from his recent kidney stone surgery.
In the first of a series of Korn fan testimonial videos, Josh Ferrier and his family visit the band on tour and Josh's son enjoys his first concert.
Korn guitarist Brian 'Head' Welch sends along his thanks for all the support from the fans after undergoing kidney stone surgery.
Brian ‘Head’ Welch, guitarist for Korn and frontman of Love and Death, contributes a popular monthly column called ‘HeAd’s KoRner’ to Loudwire. In his newest entry, Head talks about meeting and visiting As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis.
One's faith doesn't always line up with what's expected by the church, whichever one it may be. Korn guitarist Brian 'Head' Welch is a perfect example of that sensibility. Though he reiterates that he has a close relationship with Christ, Welch was recently quoted as saying, "I hate religion."
Last night (May 19), Korn guitarist Brian 'Head' Welch was admitted to a Russian hospital. The health scare forced Welch to drop out of Korn's gig with Soulfly in Krasnoyarsk and the guitarist will remain hospitalized for "a few days" and will miss an unknown number of upcoming gigs.
Slipknot had such an enjoyable time playing 2013's Ozzfest in Japan that they took a page out of the book and relocated Knotfest to Japan for 2014. The second staging of the Slipknot-organized event will take place Nov. 15 and 16 at the Makuhari Messe convention center in Tokyo and the first two acts joining Slipknot have been revealed.
Seven-string pioneers Korn took everyone by surprise when they released their self-titled debut album back in 1994. The band rode the crest of a tidal wave of new music heavier than anything before them. Singer Jonathan Davis' tense, rage-drenched vocals were exactly what millions of kids were looking for in the age of grunge. Since then, they've continued to put out albums and evolve their sound with each one.