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The incredible story of a controversial rock star, his secret addiction to methamphetamines, and his miraculous salvation through Jesus Christ. Candid and inspiring, Save Me from Myself is a rock 'n' roll journey unlike any other.
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Save Me from Myself: How I Found God, Quit Korn, Kicked Drugs, and Lived to Tell My Story de Brian Welch

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An honest reflection of Welch's journey from addiction and disbelief to freedom and faith. I enjoyed his honesty both at his wounds and failure but also he's not church broken and breaks down his misunderstanding and steps into faith.
favorite quote:

"I had a lot of Hell that God needed to squeeze out of me, and believe me, sometimes when the Hell leaves you it screams at God on the way out. There's nothing we can say or do that can separate us from God's love." ( )
  revslick | Sep 13, 2014 |
This was an exceptional book. As a lover of heavy metal, I was excited when this book came out. Only problem, I bought it, had it on my kindle forever, just never got to reading it. Why? I have no clue. But once I picked it up, I had it read in 1 day. I couldn't get enough of what Welch had to say. We hear of the wild life that most rock stars live, but not too often do we actually get to hear of how it all turned out. Brian Welch gives us that glimpse into how he struggles with drugs, alcohol, family and God.

For us adoring fans, it was a shock to hear that he just left the band, KoRn. Then there were these rumors that he had went crazy and got on some wacky religious kick. Eventually he came out and told people what was going on. But it was "Save Me from Myself," that was the heartbreaking story that opened our eyes to the hell he was living.

In my opinion, it took a lot for Welch to walk away from millions of dollars and a famous hard rock heavy metal band. Many thought it would be a phase and he would return. He proved the naysayers wrong and hung tight to his convictions.

For many, this book will turn them off just by all the talk of religion. For those who believe in the path that he is following, they will understand. You can't condem the man for changing his life. Granted he left a great band that produced some kick ass music. But he also had to do what was right for him. He knew he had issues with drugs. He also had a little girl that watched her mom leave and become an addict. Now her dad was doing the same thing. For Welch, his daughter was the most important thing. You can't look down on a man for wanting to be a father first.

I was a KoRn fan from the first day I heard their music. I have also followed Welch's crusade as a fellow Christian and applaud him for his work of staying clean and sober and a follower of Christ. Now the everything has come full circle for Welch. He has his own band Love and Death. To complete the cicle, he has rejoined KoRn and they have released a new album and touring.

All I can say is keep the faith and rock on brother! m/ ( )
  cbilbo | Apr 8, 2014 |
This was an exceptional book. As a lover of heavy metal, I was excited when this book came out. Only problem, I bought it, had it on my kindle forever, just never got to reading it. Why? I have no clue. But once I picked it up, I had it read in 1 day. I couldn't get enough of what Welch had to say. We hear of the wild life that most rock stars live, but not too often do we actually get to hear of how it all turned out. Brian Welch gives us that glimpse into how he struggles with drugs, alcohol, family and God.

For us adoring fans, it was a shock to hear that he just left the band, KoRn. Then there were these rumors that he had went crazy and got on some wacky religious kick. Eventually he came out and told people what was going on. But it was "Save Me from Myself," that was the heartbreaking story that opened our eyes to the hell he was living.

In my opinion, it took a lot for Welch to walk away from millions of dollars and a famous hard rock heavy metal band. Many thought it would be a phase and he would return. He proved the naysayers wrong and hung tight to his convictions.

For many, this book will turn them off just by all the talk of religion. For those who believe in the path that he is following, they will understand. You can't condem the man for changing his life. Granted he left a great band that produced some kick ass music. But he also had to do what was right for him. He knew he had issues with drugs. He also had a little girl that watched her mom leave and become an addict. Now her dad was doing the same thing. For Welch, his daughter was the most important thing. You can't look down on a man for wanting to be a father first.

I was a KoRn fan from the first day I heard their music. I have also followed Welch's crusade as a fellow Christian and applaud him for his work of staying clean and sober and a follower of Christ. Now the everything has come full circle for Welch. He has his own band Love and Death. To complete the cicle, he has rejoined KoRn and they have released a new album and touring.

All I can say is keep the faith and rock on brother! m/ ( )
  cbilbo | Apr 8, 2014 |
This was an exceptional book. As a lover of heavy metal, I was excited when this book came out. Only problem, I bought it, had it on my kindle forever, just never got to reading it. Why? I have no clue. But once I picked it up, I had it read in 1 day. I couldn't get enough of what Welch had to say. We hear of the wild life that most rock stars live, but not too often do we actually get to hear of how it all turned out. Brian Welch gives us that glimpse into how he struggles with drugs, alcohol, family and God.

For us adoring fans, it was a shock to hear that he just left the band, KoRn. Then there were these rumors that he had went crazy and got on some wacky religious kick. Eventually he came out and told people what was going on. But it was "Save Me from Myself," that was the heartbreaking story that opened our eyes to the hell he was living.

In my opinion, it took a lot for Welch to walk away from millions of dollars and a famous hard rock heavy metal band. Many thought it would be a phase and he would return. He proved the naysayers wrong and hung tight to his convictions.

For many, this book will turn them off just by all the talk of religion. For those who believe in the path that he is following, they will understand. You can't condem the man for changing his life. Granted he left a great band that produced some kick ass music. But he also had to do what was right for him. He knew he had issues with drugs. He also had a little girl that watched her mom leave and become an addict. Now her dad was doing the same thing. For Welch, his daughter was the most important thing. You can't look down on a man for wanting to be a father first.

I was a KoRn fan from the first day I heard their music. I have also followed Welch's crusade as a fellow Christian and applaud him for his work of staying clean and sober and a follower of Christ. Now the everything has come full circle for Welch. He has his own band Love and Death. To complete the cicle, he has rejoined KoRn and they have released a new album and touring.

All I can say is keep the faith and rock on brother! m/ ( )
  cbilbo | Apr 8, 2014 |
This was an exceptional book. As a lover of heavy metal, I was excited when this book came out. Only problem, I bought it, had it on my kindle forever, just never got to reading it. Why? I have no clue. But once I picked it up, I had it read in 1 day. I couldn't get enough of what Welch had to say. We hear of the wild life that most rock stars live, but not too often do we actually get to hear of how it all turned out. Brian Welch gives us that glimpse into how he struggles with drugs, alcohol, family and God.

For us adoring fans, it was a shock to hear that he just left the band, KoRn. Then there were these rumors that he had went crazy and got on some wacky religious kick. Eventually he came out and told people what was going on. But it was "Save Me from Myself," that was the heartbreaking story that opened our eyes to the hell he was living.

In my opinion, it took a lot for Welch to walk away from millions of dollars and a famous hard rock heavy metal band. Many thought it would be a phase and he would return. He proved the naysayers wrong and hung tight to his convictions.

For many, this book will turn them off just by all the talk of religion. For those who believe in the path that he is following, they will understand. You can't condem the man for changing his life. Granted he left a great band that produced some kick ass music. But he also had to do what was right for him. He knew he had issues with drugs. He also had a little girl that watched her mom leave and become an addict. Now her dad was doing the same thing. For Welch, his daughter was the most important thing. You can't look down on a man for wanting to be a father first.

I was a KoRn fan from the first day I heard their music. I have also followed Welch's crusade as a fellow Christian and applaud him for his work of staying clean and sober and a follower of Christ. Now the everything has come full circle for Welch. He has his own band Love and Death. To complete the cicle, he has rejoined KoRn and they have released a new album and touring.

All I can say is keep the faith and rock on brother! m/ ( )
  cbilbo | Apr 8, 2014 |
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