In hopes that Jonathan and korn members scroll through this.
I could go on about being a huge fan of Korn.
So I'll state my fan reason and then move on to what I wanted to say.
I'm a born artist/writer that looked up to the music of korn since a young age and it helped me through shit.
Now, I greeted Jonathan at the concert in Window Rock,AZ. I'm sure a lot of you know what it feels like to meet him. Even famous guitarists get that way with other famous guitarists. I heard one guy say he was momentarily gay when he saw his favorite guitarist.*discliamer: no probs with gays. I'm Bi*
So ofcourse, since I had a litttle girl crush on Jonathan since I was young, it was like love at first sight for me; to which me and my guy still laugh about.
Being in the state of mind of being held by this person I liked so much, especially after he complimented me, I could'nt get my words out. I was floating on cloud 10. not 9.
What I really wanted to say was, I respect the band whole heartedly for the honesty. I think it's one of the bravest things I've seen done. Not only having personal thought/feelings out there for people to see, but also facing it everyday. Singing it. Feeling it. It's a beautiful movement for, I think, the band and fans. (Movement, as in flow and connection)
I'm a shell writer. I don't want anyone to know, but I'm breaking out of this shell because I realised that this band helped me, just by being.
I watched the videos here about the making of the album.
I heard Jonathan say one thing.
"I'm not thinking, I'm giving"
That one will stick with me.
Because it seems to me that the lyrics and music are made not only for the band's health, but also in the generosity of giving to us fans. There's a lot of people who love Korn.
I don't think I missed anything. I just wanted to express my gratitude.
Korn, your brave and I love it!
Jonathan, maybe we will marry in a different life. (jokes)