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Brian "Head" Welch Talks Being In Korn And Love And Death

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Korn reunited with former member Brian "Head" Welch for the release of new album "The Paradigm Shift," which is available now.

While away from Korn, Head started his own project titled Love And Death, which is now in limbo after the reunion.

Head recently conducted an interview with Artisan News Service about being in the two bands. Check it out below.

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1. BrokenFace writes:

I think the people in Love And Death better start packing their bags, Head seems to not really see much of a future for them. They are ok but KoRn Kills them lets be fair

# Oct 9, 2013 @ 3:25 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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2. loveanddeath writes:

The album: Between Here and Lost, is far better than the new Korn record. Korn became popular in a time when rock bands still had a major voice in the music world. Unfortunately for Love and Death, that's not the case now days. Korn is still riding the tsunami wave of rock and roll that over whelmed the music industry in the 90's, whereas Love and Death are just stepping into the water. The odds of Head's band reaching the same level of susses as Korn are slim. In fact, those odds got left in 1994. Love and Death are a better representation of the way music is recorded today and proof that music can still rock with out the need for dub-step. It's fresh, new, and although modern; It's a few years too late. To end on an optimistic note, maybe Johnathan Davis will listen to Head's record and take notes.

# Oct 11, 2013 @ 5:23 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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3. BrokenFace writes:

Between here and lost is far from being a great album there are maybe 2 awesome songs on it. The vocals of Head on all Love And Death Albums has either been autotuned or had something done to it so it doesnt sound like sh** because head cannot sing and he has stated his singing is sub par himself. Also Korns remember who you are and there latest non dubstep one kills all love and deaths albums. Im a fan of Head and his music but he has nothing on KoRn, they built there own unique sound and love and death is just a generic sound im afraid.

# Oct 12, 2013 @ 4:41 AM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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4. johnny ballgame writes:

Ya im with post 3 on this, i think if brian thought he was gonna join korn sooner than he did i dont think love and death would have ever existed.
The new korn album if you are a fan of the band is very good, one of there better albums.

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5. coaster writes:

While i am yet to listen to the new korn album - Love & deaths music is what Korn should have been doin for the past 5 years. I appreciate they have always had backing tracks so can understand the dubstep influence however they need to stick to what they are good at. Making heavy riffs with some angry vocals!

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