Korn's Brian “Head” Welch admits that the band's 2002 Untouchables album was not his “favorite.” In an interview with Rock Sound at last weekend's Download festival in the United Kingdom he said, “The record was kind of challenging. I attempted sobriety that record. And we actually went to Arizona and got all these mansions and started recording and writing in these houses. And most of 'em were party houses. And I'm trying to get sober. And we spent so much money on that record. But it came out good. And we got some great memories.”
Korn's latest album, Requiem, was released in February and it debuted at Number One on Billboard's Hard Rock Albums chart.
The band's tour with Evanescence is set to kick off on August 16th at Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado.