Save Me From Myself was produced by Head, who recorded the music off and on for the past two years in Phoenix, Arizona. It features renowned musicians Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel, David Bowie) and Josh Freese (A Perfect Circle, Nine Inch Nails), and was mixed by Ralph Patlan and Bob Clearmountain.
The album is a testimony of Head's life as he battled with drug addiction and leaving Korn, and finding spirituality. It will leave no doubt in everyone's mind that Head, as a founding member of Korn, has not lost his passion for the heavy sound that originally helped make his former band famous. The album will remind listeners of Head's dominant influence in the nu-metal sound that projected Korn to the top of the music charts for over a decade. Save Me From Myself can only be described as a heavy metal epic, with a positive message.
Head's production team is currently in pre-production on a video for "Flush" and is expected to hit the TV airwaves around the album's release date.
"I'm really excited about getting my music out there to my fans," Head declares. "I literally poured everything I had into Save Me From Myself, and I know it's gonna inspire a lot of people. It's been a long time since I've connected with people musically, and now that the wounds have healed from my past addictions, I'm ready to feel the magic again."
He continues, "'Flush' is a perfect way for me to come back into the music world because it's basically about flushing all the crap in life down the toilet and starting out fresh—exactly what I've been doing for the last few years. All the drama that I experienced with getting drunk and doing drugs, all the time seemed interesting and amusing to write about. That lifestyle is total insanity and I'm just glad I'm not dead and I was able to write a song like 'Flush.'"
In early 2005, Head rocked the music world by announcing his resignation from Korn. At the time, Head was committed to moving away from the craziness of the rock & roll lifestyle to continue to care for his daughter, Jennea, as a single father. Additionally, Head committed his life to his newfound faith with the goal of touching people's lives and giving back to those most desperately in need.
Only months after his Korn exodus, Head traveled to India to open Head Home, an orphanage that provided housing, food, and education to over 200 orphans in the most unreachable parts of India. Head also continued other philanthropic efforts in other areas throughout the U.S. With his successful charitable efforts and side projects underway, Head began composing and recording Save Me From Myself.
At the time of his resignation from Korn, Head made it clear that although he had retired from Korn, he had not retired from the music and entertainment industry. With his new calling, Head has committed to changing the youth of America through his music and other entertainment ventures, including his autobiography, Save Me From Myself, which was released in July 2007 by HarperCollins. It quickly landed on the New York Times "Best Seller" list (non-fiction) and has sold over 70,000 copies. Head's team at HarperCollins was so impressed by the book's success, they quickly exercised the publisher's option for a second book, Washed By Blood, which is due out June 24. It's an edited paperback version of Save Me From Myself aimed at a younger audience and doesn't contain the profanity and gory details of the original version. A paperback of the original Save Me From Myself will also be released on June 24.
Here is the complete track listing for SAVE ME FROM MYSELF: