Brian ‘Head’ Welch’s ‘Loud Krazy Love’ Documentary to Debut in May
Loud Krazy Love, the new unconventional documentary chronicling the chaotic and uplifting story of Korn's co-founder and guitarist Brian “Head” Welch, will make its debut in May. The film will premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival on May 5 with another screening on May 6 and will also be shown at the Nashville Film Festival on May 11 and May 17. Watch the trailer in the player above.
According to the film’s website, Loud Krazy Love “details the harrowing journey of Brian and his daughter Jennea growing up together with chaotic courage and unconventional faith.” The “transformative coming-of-age story grapples with teenage depression, the quest for identity, and the hope of a father willing to do anything for the one he loves.”
Welch said, “In my life I’ve done so many things I regret and wish that I could change. It can feel haunting. But seeing my entire life with Korn and my family play out before my eyes in this film, and seeing the positive that has come from my most embarrassing and devastating failures – there are no words to express my gratitude." He added, "Our team created a very special film here, and I can't wait for the world to see it.”
Loud Krazy Love was directed by Trey Hill and Scott Mayo and was shot over a four-year period. It features two decades worth of never-before seen material from Welch, his family and Korn. The doc chronicles Welch’s rise with Korn, how he walked away from the band -- and its $23 million record deal in 2005 -- to kick his crystal meth habit and to focus on becoming a good father. The film is expected to open in theaters this fall.
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