KORN guitarist Brian “Head” Welch has launched “All In The Household”, a brand new YouTube sequence during which he takes a glance backstage to indicate followers the people that make KORN dwell reveals occur.
Welch says: “Me and the fellows in KORN at all times placed on reveals for you 12 months after 12 months, and I needed to focus on among the guys that make the reveals occur, as a result of with out these guys KORN would by no means have the ability to carry out for you. And so they’ve change into pals of ours. Once we get folks that we like on tour to be our crew, we find yourself loving the fellows — or girls; typically girls, however often guys — they find yourself staying with us a very long time.”
The primary “All In The Household” episode, which focuses on Welch‘s guitar tech Andres “Andre” Lecaros, might be seen beneath.
KORN is constant to tour in assist of its newest album, “Requiem”, which was launched on February 4 through Loma Vista Recordings. The band celebrated the LP’s arrival with a particular record-release occasion on February 3 on the Hollywood United Methodist Church in Los Angeles, California. “Requiem Mass” noticed the Southern California heavy music pioneers carry out an intimate set in entrance of a 300 attendees.
“Requiem”, which was produced by Chris Collier and KORN, entered Billboard‘s Laborious Rock Albums chart at No. 1. The band offered 23,000 equal album models within the February 4-10 monitoring week, in accordance with Billboard. Of that sum, 20,000 models had been from album gross sales. “Requiem” additionally landed at No. 2 on the High Rock Albums and High Various Albums charts. On the all-format Billboard 200, it arrived at No. 14.
KORN just lately introduced a summer time tour with fellow rock tradition icons EVANESCENCE, produced by Reside Nation. Accompanied by particular company various throughout choose dates, the 18-city tour kicks off on August 16 at Ball Enviornment in Denver, Colorado, making stops throughout the U.S. in Boston, Chicago, Houston and extra earlier than wrapping up in Ridgefield, Washington on September 16.
KORN bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu introduced in June 2021 that he would sit out the band’s touring actions as a way to “heal” after “falling again” on a few of his “unhealthy habits.” He’s being briefly changed by Roberto “Ra” Díaz (SUICIDAL TENDENCIES).
Even supposing he hasn’t carried out along with his KORN bandmates for greater than a 12 months, Fieldy did play on “Requiem”.