KoRn’s Brian “Head” Welch has introduced his partnership within the opening of a psychological well being therapy centre.

The guitarist has launched Atlantic Behavioral Well being, a therapy centre which offers intensive outpatient remedies in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Its focuses embody addressing anxiousness, despair, and varied psychological well being problems. In keeping with a press launch, the centre “combines individual therapy, group therapy, and medication management in a supportive outpatient program.”

“I will never, ever forget the depths of the dark energy that lived upstairs in my mind, many years ago,” Welch mentioned in a press release (per Selection). “It was truly like living in an emotional dungeon with zero light, and I couldn’t find the key to get out.”

He continued: “Partnering with Atlantic is so private to me and never simply one other enterprise to put money into. I do know what it feels wish to stay on the backside of a darkish pit, however I additionally know should you put within the work, the sunshine will come again on, and Atlantic goes to assist so many individuals discover that gentle change.

“With the exception of a few bumps in the road, over the last 20 years, I have been the happiest I’ve ever been in my life. I believe if I can completely change the trajectory of my mental and emotional health, anyone can! Atlantic can be such a precious tool in helping people to achieve just that.”

The guitarist additionally appeared in a video clip posted on Atlantic Behavioral Well being’s official Instagram web page which sees him open up about his previous experiences with behavioral well being therapy.

“I did go to a psychiatrist [years back when struggling the most], but I felt like he was so smart and so schooled that it wasn’t at my level and someone I could relate to. He had all the book answers, but in the meantime, I didn’t have a group, I didn’t have the community… I wish I’d had a program like Atlantic back then because you have that scholarly wisdom, but also conversations with peers that are going through similar things as you,” he mentioned within the video.

Welch beforehand opened a sequence of Zivel wellness spas, impressed by the therapeutic wants of recovering touring musicians as a option to proceed his mission of bettering each bodily and psychological well being.

In different KoRn information, the band’s frontman Jonathan Davis just lately opened up on the band’s monitor ‘A.D.I.D.A.S.’ and mirrored on the music’s “immature” that means.

“It was just a dumb song,” he informed athletic attire model Adidas in an interview. “It’s similar to, it was nothing. I believe I began with the riff, we have been doing it… it was the second file and we wrote the music and I bear in mind the acronym for it was ‘All Day I Dream About Sex.’

He continued: “It could be a million different things. They would say ‘sports’, there’s all different ones. It’s very immature and juvenile. It representative of where we were at at that point in time. You’re 24 years old. That’s all you really think about, especially being in a rock band. That’s just the whole dream and everything. But it’s like, at that time that song was everything to me.”

KoRn additionally just lately introduced a trio of giant summer time 2024 UK exhibits, together with their largest UK gig to this point in London. The band will play the capital’s Gunnersbury Park in August alongside gigs in Scarborough and Halifax. You should purchase your tickets right here.

New music from KoRn shall be arriving this 12 months, in response to guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch. The band’s final album, ‘Requiem’, got here out in February 2022, and across the time of its launch, Davis revealed they’d already begun engaged on its follow-up.

Head then shared extra of an perception in his look on Joe Rogan’s The Joe Kingdom Perspective.

He didn’t go into explicit element about how the band’s fifteenth album would possibly sound or the way it may be launched, however confirmed it could be occurring nonetheless. “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,” [via Loudwire].