Korn film a performance-based video for their song "Love & Meth" from the album Paradigm Shift in a warehouse in downtown Los Angeles.
Fieldy poses for the camera while taking a breather in his truck outside. Behind us, his and Jonathan Davis' sons are running around in freshly painted faces.
Davis ties a cable from which his limbs will soon be hanging while Fieldy takes a coffee break.
Fieldy poses with his son Israel and Jonathan's son Pirate. This is the first time the boys have painted their faces.
The band get tied up like marionettes while filming the video for "Love & Meth." Davis plays with the miniature noose he made while Fieldy and Head are being strung up behind him.
Munky hangs around while filming the new Korn video.
Behind the scenes at the filming of Korn's video "Love & Meth," directed by Giovanni Bucci.
Brian "Head" Welch gets a hand. After every take, his hair has to be freed from the mess of elastic bands.
Fieldy aims his bass at the barrel of the camera lens between takes. Once tied up, he can't move.
Instagram break. Both Fieldy and Head take selfies.
Korn on the set of the "Love & Meth" video shoot in downtown Los Angeles.
Director Giovanni Bucci checks the monitor while his team gets a handheld shot of the band's performance.
Behind the scenes on Korn's video "Love & Meth."
Davis and Giovanni Bucci discuss the video as the director ties elastic bands around the singer's signature mic stand.
Davis and drummer Ray Luzier have a chat while guitar player Munky has more strings tied to his arms.
Fieldy poses in a mess of strings.
Head shows off the original Cheap Trick pick he's using.
Exhausted from the day's shoot, Fieldy is cleaning off his makeup, getting ready to head home.
The band signed a handful of guitars to be given away.
Jonathan Davis waves goodnight as he heads off in his truck. Son Pirate sits in the passenger seat, anxious to get home and go to sleep.