The film will screen for the first time at the Dallas International Film Festival, starting Saturday.
Korn co-founder Brian “Head” Welch's journey from crystal meth addiction to born-again Christian is chronicled in the new documentary, Loud Krazy Love, which will premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival, which kicks f Saturday.
Ahead the film's debut, The Hollywood Reporter exclusively debuted the film's minute-long teaser trailer.
Production companies Ditore Mayo Entertainment and I Am Second Media are seeking a fall theatrical release date.
Welch co-founded Korn in the early 1990s and led a manic life for many years, including an addiction to crystal meth, which he'd hide in vitamins, deodorant — whatever was handy — while touring with the nu-metal band.
The guitarist and singer eventually became a born-again Christian and left the band in 2005, walking away from a $23 million record deal, to spend time with his daughter. He re-joined Korn in 2013.
Filmmakers Trey Hill and Scott Mayo say the film is a “tumultuous coming–age journey filled with chaos, doubt and unconventional faith.”
The movie includes tour footage and behind-the-scenes video as well as interviews with Welch and his bandmates, at times delving into teenage depression.
“I've done so many things I regret and wish that I could change,” Welch said. “I can feel haunting … Our team created a very special film here.”