Welch even has some fun and talks about some of his favorite songs on his iPod you might not expect.
Hard-hitting nu-metal with excellent guitar work and angry, yet focused vocals, Welch’s new entry into the laurels of music proves he hasn’t lost any of his luster from his Korn days. On the album, Welch states that, “this record was birthed from trials, tribulations, pain, suffering, anxiety, depression, and drama. However, we came out on top and the end result is a very real, raw & honest record.”
Welch, considered one of the best metal guitarists of all time, left Korn in 2005. His work with the band resulted in over 50 million albums sold.
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