Korn drummer Ray Luzier was recently interviewed by Antihero Magazine.
Luzier talked about ten years he spent with Korn: "I'm so glad that [guitarist] Head [Brian Welch] rejoined. I was in the band almost as long he has been out of the band, so when he rejoined, now it feels like a powerful force. He had reason for quitting. The original drummer just quit. He has just said, 'My heart's not in it anymore. I'm out. I gotta go.' And he left everybody. Head kind of left because he had a reason to. There was more of drug problems, and his daughter, and a lot of things. And he became a big rock star when Korn blew up. They were unstoppable. It was like on top of everybody, you know? It does a lot to your mind when you're in that game. I've joined a lot of bands, from David Lee Roth, and Army Of Anyone, and Jake E. Lee from Ozzy Osbourne. I have a lot of experience with big bands. But all my original bands in Los Angeles were not as successful. We'd get a little bit of success and then nothing. So yeah, it feels great, though. Just in the last few years I feel like, 'Okay, now I'm even part of this band and everything feels great.'" (via Blabbermouth)
This entire interview is available here.
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