Love and Death, Featuring Brian “Head” Welch, Premieres New Song “Chemicals”
Former Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch has started a new band called Love and Death. They will be releasing a five-song EP titled Chemicals on April 24, but you don’t have to wait until then to hear it. Check out the EP’s title track below, and read Head’s thoughts on the song below the stream. Let us know what you think of it in the comments.
REVOLVER What’s this song about?
BRIAN “HEAD” WELCH To me, “Chemicals” brings a few different subjects to mind: chemical warfare, battling depression, being trapped in the insanity of drug addiction. I’m sure people will get different things out of it.
Which part of it did you come up with first?
It was a team effort with Jason Rauch, Mark Holman, and my boys in Love and Death. The music came first from me throwing down the basic idea on GarageBand. Then Jason and Mark came up with the title and chorus idea, “Chemicals.”
Was this an easy song to record?
The music for this one was pretty easy. It came together rather quickly. The vocals were kind of a struggle for me, but I got through it.
What sort of feedback have you gotten on this song so far?
It’s been really good and positive. I’ve yet to hear anything negative. We’re pretty stoked on the reaction. the Song is solid and the video makes it even better. It’ll be coming out soon.