Speaking in a recent interview with Andy Hall of the Des Moines, Iowa radio station Lazer 103.3, Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch has expressed what Jonathan Davis felt after losing his mother and his estranged wife when they were making of the band’s latest LP called ‘The Nothing.’

In the interview, Brian “Head” Welch has told how they have shaped their latest album although the big pain of Jonathan Davis and we learned that the latest album of them had made in the very hard way.

Andy Hall asked the first question to Brian:

 “If Davis leaned on his bandmates a little more as a result of the tragedy?”

Brian responded:

“Totally. We all got closer. I went and visited him, and so did the [other] guys, just to be with him at his house — just to be there, just to be around. We didn’t know what to do, ’cause we were in the middle of writing — two weeks on, two weeks off type of thing — and then that happened, and it was just, like, ‘We don’t know when to get back to work.'”

He continued:

“It was heavy for all of us because we were all connected — good or bad — for years and years, with him and his wife and his family and everything. So it was just a trip, man. But it did bring us closer, and it kind of sparked a better appreciation for life.

I don’t know — tragedy seems to make you think. And then working for the band, too, I feel like he dug into his pain and healing with writing this record a lot more — like he used to do in the past.

Pain produces a lot of cool things if you let it. If you don’t let it, it takes you down and makes you bitter.”

You can reach the interview right below and click here for the source.