Of course you've wondered what they'd look like with just one eyebrow. Click here to see.
Korn has released a trailer for the documentary Reconciliation which will be included with the deluxe edition of the band's new album, The Paradigm Shift. The film chronicles the exact story of how the band reunited with guitarist Brian "Head" Welchafter more than eight years, along with Welch's past drug problems and much more.
Welch discusses his reasons for leaving Korn in the documentary, saying, "It's a blur because I was on like three different kinds of methamphetamine, but all I know is I wasn't happy, I didn't like being in the band, I didn't like most of the guys and I didn't like myself more than anything. Being a drug addict, not liking your surroundings and trying to raise a daughter all at the same time; it just doesn't really work. Something needed to give. Something needed to change and I didn't care what the cost was gonna be. I needed to live. I needed to come back to life because I was almost dead."
SIDE NOTES: Asked by Radio.com whether Korn would consider reuniting with original drummer David Silveria, who has recently stated publicly that he would like to rejoin the group, singer Jonathan Davis said, "I don't think it's the right time or place . . . Right now we're really really happy where we're at. I guess that's all I can say."
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Dang! I feel sorry for her.
This guy knows how to party.
Seether will release a two-disc retrospective collection called Seether 2002 - 2013 on October 29th, according to the band's publicist. The 27-song package will include three new tracks, rare B-sides and all 11 of the group's Number One rock singles. The first single, "Seether," is a cover of Veruca Salt's 1994 hit song and also where the band got its name. This marks the first time Seether has covered and recorded the song, which will arrive at radio stations next Tuesday (September 10th).
The band said in a statement, "Well, it's official . . . We are 'one of those' bands. We are at a point in our journey that we have decided to bookend this era of our career with our upcoming greatest hits release Seether: 2002-2013. When we were given the task of assembling the track listing . . . we knew it wasn't going to be easy. But, believe it or not, we are also fans of the band and wanted to approach it with what 'we (as) a Seether fan' would like to hear in a 'Seether Greatest Hits.'"
Veruca Salt's "Seether."
My wife shared this with me last night and I found it to be very touching. 96 year old Fred Stobaugh lost his wife of 75 years, Lorraine, and felt moved to enter a songwriting contest. He didn't win the contest, but they felt so strongly about his lyrics that they produced it for him. Click here for more info, to buy the song and/or contact Fred.