Love & Death begin tracking for new record!

Love & Death (side project of Brian “Head” Welch the guitarist of KoRn) have begin tracking their new album with producer Jasen Rauch. (Breaking Benjamin, Former Red guitarist)

Love & Death. Photo by: M!KE McHALE – MIKE SHOT IT

It has been 4 years since the release of Between Here & Lost and a year since the release of their song “Lo Lamento”. Which was also used to help promote Brian’s latest book With My Eyes Wide Open: Miracles and Mistakes on My Way Back to KoRn.

There is no word yet on when the album will be released due to the conflicting scheduling of the band members. Since Brian is currently touring with Korn at least til the end of September and drummer Dan Johnson touring with both Red and Flaw. Guitarist JR (who recently departed from band Islander) is the only one tracking guitars at this time.

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There is also no word yet on who will be recording the bass tracks. Due to the departure of bassist Michael Valentine in 2016. Although our suspicions are that Breaking Benjamin‘s Aaron Bruch or Korn‘s Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu may supply their talents for their album. We hope so anyways.

Original Facebook Post:
“Day 1 of tracking guitars for the new record! @jr_bareis @jasenrauch”
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This versatile photographer found his love for photography at the young age of 16. Being a huge fan of music, he quickly began to focus on photographing musicians and live concerts. He started out photographing performances in small clubs and bars, moving on to larger venues within just a few months and eventually traveled with various artists. He then moved to Atlantic City, NJ, where his work was discovered by Caesars Entertainment. He was brought on board as their photographer in 2012, which allowed him to branch out and start photographing some of the biggest names in music, television and film. Event photography is an art in itself, and Mike’s work is truly that: art. His growing profile of very impressive artists shows that he and the product he puts out are appreciated. At a young age, with a huge career in front of him, he has already experienced what many photographers years ahead of him long to accomplish. Today, Michael continues his work as a photographer and also reviews movies, television and music.