March 2, 2024

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Head to Christ – Brian “Head” Welch

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Brian Head Welch  is a guitarist and founding member of the nu metal band Korn and his solo project Love and Death, where he also provides vocals. Along with fellow Korn guitarist “Munky”, Welch helped develop Korn’s distinctive sound

After becoming a Christian, Welch left the band in 2005 to focus on life as a father and to pursue his own solo career. He released his debut Christian album, Save Me from Myself, in 2008. He reunited with Korn on-stage at the Carolina Rebellion in May 2012 for the first time in seven years, and officially announced in May 2013 that he was rejoining the band. Welch and Munky were ranked at No. 26 of Guitar World’s 100 Greatest Heavy Metal Guitarists of All Time.

Brian’s Christian ministry reaches far and wide. Most recently he lent his guitar skills to the worship band Holy Name for their song fall on your knees

Lyrics

Lead me onward
Lead me onward
I will trust in You
I will trust in You

Lead me onward
Lead me onward
I will trust in You
I will trust in You

Lead us onward
Lead us onward
Through the valleys
Through the deserts
To quiet waters

Lead us onward
Lead us onward
Through the valleys
Through the deserts
To quiet waters

Fall down on your knees
Before the lamb
No other is worthy
All good comes from his mighty hand

Fall down on your knees
Before the lamb
No other is worthy
All good comes from his mighty hand

Fall down on your knees
Before the lamb
No other is worthy
All good comes from his mighty hand

Fall down on your knees
Before the lamb
No other is worthy
All good comes from his mighty hand

I will trust in you
All good comes from his mighty hand
All good comes from his mighty hand

Wash the filth from my eyes
Savior of wretched man
My dead bones are at your feet
Fall to your knees

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