Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch opened up about the difficulty of playing in both Korn and Love & Death, going far enough to hint at his departure from the latter band.
While chatting with Artisan News, Head confessed that although performing with Love & Death is a lot of fun, it's also exhausting at the same time.
"I was telling the Korn guys last night - when I quit Korn, I sent them emails that go like 'Hey guys, I love you guys, but I can't do this anymore,'" he said. "The last time I got off stage with Love & Death I was like 'Hey Jonathan, I'm gonna send Love & Death an email, I'm gonna be like 'I love you guys so much, but I can't do this anymore' [laughs] It's so hard to play two shows, oh my gosh! But yeah, we'll see, it's fun though."
Head continued, "I was real close with Love & Death - I still am, but things have shifted. We're trying to figure it all out, but we just need something to pop up for Love & Death, something encouraging."
When asked on where does Love & Death fit in with Korn, Welch commented: "I don't know, I'm trying to figure that out. I think I've got to a good level at vocals, but I never really felt comfortable as a vocalist. I went for that dream and I got to live it, so I don't know where it's gonna go next. I think I'll always do Love & Death album every few years or whatever, I just don't know how it's all gonna work out."
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