Love & Death, the new band led by former Korn guitarist Brian Head Welch, will be appearing live on the syndicated radio show Rockline on Monday, May 14th. The show airs at 8:30 PM PST and listeners can call in to speak to Love And Death, toll free, at 1-800-344-ROCK (7625). To find a station broadcasting the show, fans can go to RocklineRadio.com; the show will also be streaming there for two weeks, beginning the afternoon after the original airing.
The band’s new video for the current single and title track to their new EP “Chemicals” premiered today on Vevo and can be seen at this location http://tinyurl.com/75wutal.
Over the weekend on Saturday May 5th, Welch rejoined his former band Korn on stage at the Carolina Rebellion festival at the legendary Rockingham Speedway in Rockingham, North Carolina to perform the band’s classic song “Blind”. This marked the first time in seven years that Welch and Korn played together.
“It was so amazing Saturday night playin with Korn” states Welch. “Reconciling w/family is always good. So much love on stage & from Korn fans. Many tears shed. God is love.”
Video footage and a photo of Welch performing with Korn at Carolina Rebellion can be seen at this location http://tinyurl.com/7hf4s3s.
In addition to Welch, Love & Death features Michael Valentine, Dan Johnson, and J.R. Bareis. “We have toured around the world playing a lot of killer shows, but we’ve also had some heart shattering difficulties along the way as well” states Welch. “To us, the name Love and Death symbolizes everything we’ve been through as a band over the last few years. We love this band so much and we’ll go through hell to connect with our fans. We’ve proven that to ourselves over and over again.”
Love & Death formed when Welch decided to have open auditions on YouTube in 2009. “I picked the guys and then had a jam session in Phoenix” says Welch. “Over the last couple of years, there have been a few line up changes as we went through normal growing pains. The current band has been together and touring for a while now and they are a big part of the new music and the future of Love & Death.”