Posted on by Oran

KORN and BREAKING BENJAMIN members release another new slice from their forthcoming, highly-anticipated new album ‘Perfectly Preserved’. 

With the release of their highly anticipated new album – ‘Perfectly Preserved’ – and album release streaming event only a week away.

Love and Death, the anthemic hard rock project spearheaded by Brian ‘Head’ Welch (Korn) and Jasen Rauch (Breaking Benjamin) have revealed the full list of special guests joining them as they take to the stage for the first time in eight years.

Joining the band for their streamed show on February 12th will be Lacey Sturm of Flyleaf, Keith Wallen of Breaking Benjamin and Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire. Tickets are available here.

The band have also shared a clip of behind the scenes rehearsal footage for the event, which can be viewed here or by clicking the image below. Watch the official trailer for the event here.

Speaking about his excitement for the upcoming stream, Brian ‘Head’ Welch shares:

Regarding the album release concert on February 12, I’m actually quite shocked that we are going to pull off such an amazing event with some special very guests who live in different states–all during a world-wide pandemic!”

Love and Death have also treated fans to the third new track from ‘Perfectly Preserved‘. Titled ‘The Hunter‘ and featuring Keith Wallen from Breaking Benjamin, the track is accompanied by a thought-provoking lyric video providing a visual commentary to the lyrical theme of the song, showing the state our society currently finds itself in. Watch the video below.

Elaborating on the new track and its visual accompaniment, Welch adds;

We’ve been very fortunate to have such a professional team around this project to help us put out such quality content with our latest release. Our newest track ‘The Hunter’ feat. Keith Wallen is no exception. Naro Studios along with Soft Surrogate really helped get our message across in ‘The Hunter’ regarding the many different crises that our society in America has been facing as of late. It truly is a work of art.”

Oran O’Beirne

www.overdrive.ie 2021