Former KORN Guitarist BRIAN 'HEAD' WELCH Bleeds For His Art

Fan-filmed video footage of former KORN guitarist Brian "Head" Welch bleeding from the head after he apparently accidentally banged it on the mic stand during his band's October 30 performance at the South Western College in Phoenix, Arizona can be viewed below.

As previously reported, Welch will release a new book, "Stronger: Forty Days Of Rock, Jesus, And Salvation", on November 30 via HarperOne.

Product description: In 2007, Welch's memoir of rock music, substance abuse, and spiritual awakening took the Christian world by storm, offering a raw and inspiring look at one musician's hard-fought journey to salvation. Now for the the first time, Head gives his fans a personal guide through the Bible, pulling together the passages that have meant the most to him into a open and candid 40-day devotional. Applying the Bible to his life and demonstrating how he has worked the words of the texts into his daily routine, Head offers a different kind of devotional — one that helps people integrate the Bible into their lives no matter what their history. Here he shows how he has used the Bible to reconcile his past with his future, influence his music, and help become a better father to his daughter Jennea, illustrating that now more than ever he has entrusted his life to God. Writing with knowledge that what has helped him can help others, Head brings his unqiue perspective on life, music, and Jesus to the page, providing a day to day glimpse at the Bible unlike any other available.

HarperOne, a division of HarperCollinsPublishers, strives to be the preeminent publisher of the most important books and authors across the full spectrum of religion, spirituality, and personal growth literature, adding to the world's wisdom by stirring the waters of reflection on the primary questions of life, while respecting all traditions.

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