Slipknot found a way to rock again following the death of founding bass player, Paul Gray, in 2010. Now the group must move forward without its original drummer.
He’s the closest thing metal has to a renaissance man: Corey Taylor fronts no less than two major bands: Slipknot and Stone Sour, and has written books about the supernatural. He’s looking for answers.
As the GRAMMYs approach, we talked to some serious detractors of the awards: Stone Sour. If you think the Recording Academy gets it wrong far too often, these guys are with you. But a funny […]
Stone Sour’s Corey Taylor On Liberals: “There’s A Tendency To Overcompensate For People’s Common Sense”
Corey Taylor, lead singer of hard rock outfits Stone Sour and Slipknot (and currently a featured member of Dave Grohl’s all-star Sound City Players), recently discussed his political views during an exclusive interview with Radio.com, […]
“They sent me a pass for ComicCon Chicago. I was like, ‘Wait, I don’t even rate San Diego?” laughs Stone Sour’s Corey Taylor about Dark Horse Comics sending him to the lesser known of […]
Dave Grohl‘s Sound City Players blew the roof off of Park City Live in Utah earlier this month at the Sundance Film Festival (January 18), and they will rock the Hollywood Palladium after the film’s […]
Corey Taylor, James Root, Josh Rand and Roy Mayorga aren’t afraid of trying something new. And that’s just what they did with House of Gold & Bones Pt 1 & 2. Taylor (who also fronts […]
In the recent years, we have seen a lot of super groups come and fall off the music map. The challengers are not necessarily the latest, however… it would be one to be recon with that’s for sure. Not only has former Nirvana drummer and front man of the Foo Fighters put together a killer documentary with ‘Sound City’. The soundtrack features a slew of big name rock stars from every light in the musical spectrum.
There is no doubt the ‘Sound City’ documentary gave Dave Grohl an opportunity to work with some of the best musicians around! One of the featured songs on the soundtrack is track number six “From Can To Can’t”. That is performed by an all-star lineup including, Corey Taylor, Grohl, Scott Reeder and Rick Nielson.
This past Friday night (January 18), Corey Taylor made the following announcement from the stage at Park City Live in Utah: “This is the craziest f***in’ night of my life.” That’s quite a statement from […]