Fans of Korn co-founder Brian "Head" Welch will learn more about his chaotic life in the documentary Loud Krazy Love. A teaser for the project has been released on Friday, May 4.
Loud Krazy Love will center on Welch's journey from being a crystal-meth addict to becoming a born-again Christian. The documentary will premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival this weekend, but it will be released in theaters sometime in the fall.
The 54-second teaser opens with throwback photos and videos of Welch. A few seconds into the clip and his daughter tells him how much she loves him. Interviews with Welch's parents and loved ones are also included in the teaser. His performances with Korn will also be part of the movie.
Brian 'Head' Welch's Story
Welch co-founded the band Korn in the 1990s. He became one of the most controversial musicians of his time because of his drug addiction. Multiple reports confirmed that he typically hid crystal meth inside his vitamin bottles and deodorant.
In 2005, he left Korn and focused on becoming a born-again Christian. He walked away from the band with a $23 million record deal. Eight years later, he decided to rejoin Korn.
Ditore Mayo Entertainment and I Am Second Media produced Loud Krazy Love. Trey Hill and Scott Mayo directed the documentary. The filmmakers described the film as a tumultuous coming of age journey filled with doubt, chaos, and unconventional faith.
David Silveria Releases 'Introspection' With Core 10
Korn is an American metal band from Bakersfield, California. The band's current line-up also includes James "Munky" Shaffer, rhythm guitarist, Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu, bassist, Ray Luzier, drummer, and Jonathan Davis, lead vocalist.
Luzier replaced the band's original member and drummer David Silveria in 2007. The latter recently released his solo record called "Introspection." Silveria teamed up with Core 10 on the track.
"The song speaks to the need to step outside yourself and take a minute for some self-reflection. Have you been able to achieve your goals, and if so, at what cost?" said Core 10 about "Introspection."
Korn released its demo tape, Neidermayer's Mind, in 1993, and it was distributed free to record companies. A year later, Korn dropped its self-titled debut album.
In 1996, Korn released Life Is Peachy. The compilation featured the songs "Twist," "Chi," "Lost," "Swallow," "Porno Creep," "Good God," "Mr. Rogers," "No Place to Hide," "Wicked," "Lowrider," and more.