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Dec 10, 2018 by Alyssa Duvall

How Korn's Brian "Head" Welch's Relationship With Jesus Healed His Relationship With His Daughter

In a Loud Krazy Love, a new documentary film released by the Christian producers of "I Am Second", Brian “Head” Welch shares his incredible testimony of being the drug-addicted lead guitarist of Korn, a heavy metal band whose music is fueled by anger and pain, to becoming a new creation in Jesus and restoring his tumultuous relationship with his daughter, Jennea.

While Welch's testimony and faith have been well-known for several years, few know of the profound sin and pain Welch and his family experienced in the years he spent hating God, as well as what led up to his decision to leave (and more recently rejoin) Korn.

Catch a quick peek at Loud Krazy Love in the trailer below!

“At the downbeat of the new millennium there was no bigger, darker, or more deeply influential hard rock band in the world than KoRn. But for lead guitarist Brian Head Welch, a dream come true was giving way to a raging nightmare of self-loathing and addiction," reads the film's description on IMDB.com. "Solely responsible for his grade school daughter, and managing a viscous relationship with crystal meth, Brian sought solace in the one place he never thought he could belong. Church."

"Armed with an addict’s zeal, he walked away from a $23M record deal to launch himself into single-fatherhood and religion with equal abandon. But years of anger and self-abuse led Brian and his daughter to a dangerous crossroads," the description continues. "Suicidal, and cutting herself from arm to arm, Jennea Welch needed an intervention, and Brian needed a major dose of courage. At the end of himself, he made an even harder decision than leaving KoRn. Told with intimate access to the family and band, this genre-bending documentary delivers unprecedented access to one of rock’s most unbelievable stories of restoration.”

An official release date has not yet been announced for the movie, but Welch announced in an Instagram post that a pre-screening will take place at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles on Dec. 12.



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