KORN's BRIAN "HEAD" WELCH: We Are Not Mean And Unfriendly

KORN guitarist Brian "Head" Welch may be a hit with the record-buying masses, but he is not particularly popular with his Los Angeles neighbors, as he recently revealed in an interview.

"Where I live in L.A. we rode motorcycles and stuff, and this lady kept calling the sheriff because this one motorcycle was too loud," the guitarist stated. "And then, anyway we ended up talking to her one day and she said that her and her husband, who was an ex-sheriff, too, they were both afraid to come talk to me like a neighbor or a human being. You know? They said they were scared. She said, basically, 'My husband, an ex-sheriff, was scared to come talk to you.'"

According to Welch, a popular misconception about KORN is that the group's members are "mean and unfriendly people, pissed off people just because of the music."


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