Head Joins Korn Onstage

2012-05-06 by Jeremy Bentham | 38 Comments
For the first time in seven years, former lead guitarist of Korn, Brian "Head" Welch, joined the band onstage to play their classic track "Blind" at Korn's May 5th performance at Rockingham Speedway in Rockingham, NC.

Korn fans were served up an added bonus this past weekend (May 5) when they saw the band perform live at the Carolina Rebellion festival held at the famed Rockingham Speedway in Rockingham, N.C.Not only did they get to hear all of the band’s previous hits and some new jams, but they also witnessed the reuniting of
one-time Korn guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch who joined his former bandmates on stage to perform the band’s classic song ‘Blind.’ “For a long ass time, this spot right here has been very lonely – very very lonely,” frontman Jonathan Davis admitted before introducing Welch, saying, “I want to bring out one of my truest and
oldest and most beloved friends to come out and have some fun with this. You guys ready? My boyyyyyyy!” The performance marked the first time in seven years that Korn has played with Welch, which as you can tell from the videos below, the fans enjoyed just as much as the band. Welch left Korn back in 2005, saying
goodbye to the lifestyle of hard drugs and alcohol abuse, to become a born-again Christian.



http://loudwire.com/brian-head-welch-joins-korn-onstage-at-carolina-rebellion/

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J1996
May 6th 2012
329 Comments


Does anyone really care anymore?

Josh D.
May 6th 2012
13973 Comments


Great.

Recspecs
May 6th 2012
9849 Comments


I'm surprised Head hasn't tried to revive Stryper.

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Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
May 6th 2012
51133 Comments


Korn give each other Head

KjSwantko
May 6th 2012
9448 Comments


korn is so good

gotsthedewsdood
May 6th 2012
631 Comments


too many puns for how short this thread has been already.

Recspecs
May 6th 2012
9849 Comments


turntable.fm/mangasm

Bumping this shit hard

bloc
May 6th 2012
35169 Comments


Headstep

YankeeDudel
May 6th 2012
9328 Comments


They were good in the 90s.

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Hyperion1001
Staff Reviewer
May 6th 2012
19362 Comments


they apparently still are according to your last.fm

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Recspecs
May 6th 2012
9849 Comments


Hahaha

Eclecticist
May 6th 2012
3863 Comments


oh shit, Korn got head

Devastator
May 6th 2012
2514 Comments


Sooooooooo who cares?

YankeeDudel
May 6th 2012
9328 Comments


I have a Last FM? Sounds interesting.

Ovrot
May 6th 2012
10582 Comments


Korn rules m/

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Dashy
May 6th 2012
421 Comments


Rather have him join them on stage than Skrillex.

drasticaction74
May 6th 2012
1781 Comments


does this mean he's back into heroin?

The7thVermicide
May 6th 2012
925 Comments


Crystal meth strikes back

heyadam
May 6th 2012
1725 Comments


This is really cool.

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Puzzles
May 7th 2012
3065 Comments


If he ends up rejoining the band, I just hope he doesn't get a big head.

RodTFD
May 7th 2012
102 Comments


Korn is one of THE best bands. awesome! wish I could have seen the show.

paxman
May 7th 2012
4084 Comments


Who's head was it

Wombat988
May 7th 2012
389 Comments


Korn suck. Just sayin'

mrend55
May 7th 2012
30 Comments


Head this head that. Very creative as always i see.

haydenslame
May 7th 2012
352 Comments


support local nu-metal.

Tyrael
May 7th 2012
20988 Comments


'not the same because the original drummer isn't there.'

dude the old drummer was shit

VisionsFromTheDarkSide
May 7th 2012
2098 Comments


A year ago, had I read this, I would've flipped the fuck out and beaten my balls repeatedly with excitement, but now...that is not the case anymore. Back to some Kreator [2]

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DatsNotDaMetulz
May 7th 2012
1947 Comments


Didn't Dave quit cos he fucked up his wrists?

taylormemer
May 7th 2012
4954 Comments


Ship already sank. I'm pretty sure it's at the bottom of the ocean.

taylormemer
May 7th 2012
4954 Comments


In his cage.

Sciroccu
May 7th 2012
807 Comments


great he is good, hope he'll join the band for real

linchpin313
May 7th 2012
813 Comments


Great news!

botb
May 7th 2012
9826 Comments


i wonder if the crowd was chanting "we want head"

evilford
May 7th 2012
23031 Comments


thank god. I have lost so much sleep over this

someguest
May 7th 2012
21923 Comments


BassDemon333 with the heartfelt and thought provoking news article.

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Hospital
May 7th 2012
2065 Comments


my head can't handle the bad puns

OnlyInhuman
May 7th 2012
11 Comments


Rather have him join them on stage than Skrillex. [2]


TrantaLocked
February 22nd 2013
1634 Comments


I'll be happy if the next album is as good or better than Korn III.



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