Korn Co-Founder Brian 'Head' Welch's Chaotic Life Shown in 'Loud Krazy Love' Doc Trailer


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.”

Watch the trailer for Loud Krazy Love at The Hollywood Reporter.

This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter