This week’s episode of ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’ delves into the world of Korn, as guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch proves and disproves what’s written about him online!

In the very beginning of this segment, we learned Head spelled his middle name wrong for about 20 years. The guitarist also had to recruit the help of his mom to clarify where he was born, and thankfully, Head's mom came through just in time!

We delved into the darker side of Welch’s time in Korn, detailing his crippling addiction to methamphetamine. Head was extremely crafty during the early 2000s, smuggling drugs internationally in items like vitamin capsules and deodorant sticks. Did the deodorant method work against drug detecting dogs? Brian told us all about it.

We found some fiction regarding Head’s 2008 solo album, Save Me From Myself. Wikipedia says Head wrote “Flush” while locked inside the studio after accidentally losing the key. “Liars!” Head vehemently proclaimed, setting the record straight once and for all.

Check out the Brian ‘Head’ Welch edition of ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’ above! Korn's new album, The Serenity of Suffering, will hit stores Oct. 21. Click here to pre-order the record!

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