Watch Korn's Brian "Head" Welch Put His Life Back Together In 'Loud Krazy Love' Documentary

April 24, 2018

When Brian "Head" Welch left Korn in 2005, it was a tough decision he had to make that he knew would have consequences. A decision he made not just for himself, but for the sake of his daughter. According to the website of his upcoming documentary Loud Krazy Love, the film  “details the harrowing journey of Brian and his daughter Jennea growing up together with chaotic courage and unconventional faith.” 

"When Brian left the band, I really was like a three-legged dog kind of hopping along the side of the freeway. That's how it felt without him there." says guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer. "I took it really personal," adds vocalist Jonathan Davis. "I have a real passion against religion. He knows that, and it pissed me off really bad."

Loud Krazy Love follows Welch's rise to fame with Korn, what led up to his departure from the band and a $23 million record deal in 2005, his struggles with his crystal meth, his drive to be a good father, and how his faith played a role in his transformation that would affect his life and the lives of those around him before returning to the band in 2012. 

"It's like on Halloween when we get the pumpkins and we scoop out all of the guts," Welch says in the documentary. "[God] scooped out all of that crap out of me for eight years, and he put that light inside of me."

The documentary was filmed of the course of four years and is expected to hit theaters in Fall 2018.