Fieldy had one of the worst reputations in metal as a hard-partying, womanizing bad boy as the bassist and founding member of metal megaband Korn. The band pioneered the nu-metal phenomenon and enjoyed immense successes, selling more than 16.5 million albums. But drugs and alcohol nearly destroyed them. Korn reemerged sober and rededicated to their music. Taking readers backstage and on tour with the hard-partying Korn, Fieldy tells the inside story of life in the band and how his rock star lifestyle resulted in alienated friends and family, drug addictions, and violent outburts. Fieldy talks candidly about his drug abuse and the long, hard road back to sobriety and the love of his family.In "Got the Life", Fieldy offers the story of his own redemption and spritiual revelation after his father - a fellow musician and born-again Christian - dies from a mysterious illness. Filled with a new faith in Christ, Fieldy quit drinking and drugs cold turkey. In the process, he learned that music and heart - not sex and drugs - make great rock 'n roll.