Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch, additionally the bandleader of Love and Death, carried out for college kids at Mesa, Arizona’s Skyline Excessive College this week as a part of a talking engagement there, as Metal Hammer reported. Parts of Korn songs had been performed by the rocker. A social media person on TikTok captured elements of the efficiency.
Welch’s engagement, known as “Scream 4 Me,” was organized by rock legend Alice Cooper‘s Stable Rock Teen Facilities, a youth outreach group. Cooper and Welch are each professing Christians, and Welch typically speaks to younger individuals about psychological well being consciousness, suicide prevention, and the non secular seam in his life. Earlier within the week, he stopped by Phoenix’s Grand Canyon College to ship a message.
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Welch took the stage at Skyline Excessive backed by guitarist J.R. Bareis, a member of Love and Dying, and a bunch of native musicians, in keeping with ThePRP. It is unclear if the opposite gamers had been highschool college students or an assemblage of different pick-up musicians.
Korn’s newest studio album, Requiem, got here out in February. It incorporates the singles “Start the Healing” and “Lost in the Grandeur.” Love and Dying launched the album Perfectly Preserved in 2021.
On its official website, Cooper’s Stable Rock Teen Facilities says the inspiration’s “purpose is to supply a touchdown place for all teenagers. This native sanctuary is offered to assist an thrilling and artistic journey for teenagers. Be part of us in constructing a Stable Rock for the following era.”
Brian “Head” Welch Performs for Arizona Excessive College College students – Sept. 20, 2022
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