It seems to have walked right out the door behind this guy. Any Korn fans from the Follow the Leader/Issues era and prior will definitely hear some familiar sounds in this one. Seems that Head was bringing a great deal of the driving Korn sound that I am finding so hard to put a label on. Something about the melody me thinks. Anyways, I’m not a Christian or anything but I always liked this guy from his drug-fueled heretic era (ah, the good ol’ days), so I decided it was worth checking out. And it was. It’s not the most memorable album ever but I can say without a doubt it’s my all-time favorite finding Jesus related album. Most of it isn’t too preachy, just a few songs I heard that really talk about God, but it’s definitely one of those “I’m so happy I found myself” kind of albums. Anyways, if talk of Judeo-Christian beliefs makes your ears bleed, you’ll want to avoid this one, but if you’re a grown-up person that can handle ideas diverse from your own, it’s worth checking out for free. And if you’re real keen on Jesus, this one will rock your socks off.