Brian ‘Head’ Welch Says There’ll Be New Korn Music Next Year

Korn guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch has said there’ll be new music from the band next year.

The nu-metal titan’s last record ‘Requiem’ arrived in 2022, featuring the likes of tracks ‘Forgotten’ and ‘Start The Healing’.

And Welch has given an update on what will be the follow-up, and the band’s 15th studio album, on Joe Rogan’s The Joe Kingdom Perspective.

He didn’t give away too much, but nonetheless shared: 

“Yeah, new music coming out next year. I don’t know, we’re just kind of in hiding right now, just doing our own thing.”

Were the record to drop next year, it would be arriving 30 years since the band’s self-titled 1994 debut.

As well as hinting at potential anniversary plans to mark three decades since ‘Korn’, Welch also discussed how the band have endured over the years, despite line-up changes.

Welch himself left the band for eight years between 2005 and 2013, and said:

“It’s just crazy how the lord just restored everything.

“A couple of members are on break too, and I took… or, one’s out of the band, but one’s on break. And it’s just, it’s all good. 

“I mean, I was gone almost a decade and I came back. I’ve been back a decade, so you just never know what’s gonna happen.”

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