Slipknot’s Corey Taylor Featured On New Tech N9ne Song “Bitch Slap”

Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour) is among the guests on Tech N9ne’s new song “Bitch Slap.” The track, which also features Hopsin and Great Daeg, is from Tech N9ne‘s new album “More Fear.“ That effort is available now.

Tommy Lee (Mötley Crüe) Premieres New Song “Demon Bitches” Featuring Brooke Candy And Moon Bounce

Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee has premiered a lyric video for his new song “Demon Bitches.” This track features Brooke Candy and Moon Bounce and it will appear on Lee’s new solo album “Andro.” That effort will be released on October 16.

Lamb Of God, Mastodon, Animals As Leaders, Etc. To Be Featured On “Bill & Ted Face The Music” Soundtrack

The track listing has been revealed for the soundtrack to the latest installment in the “Bill & Ted” series, “Bill & Ted Face The Music.” The effort will be released alongside the movie on August 28 and it will feature Lamb Of God, Mastodon, Animals As Leaders, and more.

Track Listing:

01. Big Black Delta – “Lost In Time”
02. Alec Wigdahl – “Big Red Balloon”
03. Weezer – “Beginning Of The End” (Wyld Stallyns Edit)
04. Cold War Kids – “Story Of Our Lives”
05. Mastodon – “Rufus Lives”
06. Big Black Delta – “Circuits Of Time”
07. POORSTACY – “Darkest Night”
08. Lamb Of God – “The Death Of Us”
09. FIDLAR – “Breaker”
10. Culture Wars – “Leave Me Alone”
11. Blame My Youth – “Right Where You Belong”
12. Wyld Stallions – “Face The Music” (feat. Animals As Leaders and Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah)
13. Wyld Stallions – “That Which Binds Us Through Time: The Chemical, Physical And Biological Nature of Love; an Exploration of The Meaning of Meaning, Part 1”

The first single, Weezer’s “Beginning Of The End” (Wyld Stallyns Edit), can be found below:

Ho99o9 Release New Mixtape “Blurr”

Ho99o9 have released a new mixtape titled “Blurr.” You can stream that below. Notably, Eyehategod’s Mike IX Williams is featured on the closing track “Firefly Family.”

“Blurr” Track Listing:

01. “Beneath The Earths Crust”
02. “Lex Luger”
03. “Flesh And Blood” (feat. N8noface)
04. “Hydro Break”
05. “Sleep Paralysis”
06. “Hardcore”
07. “Dog Shit”
08. “Movie Night” (feat. Pink Siifu)
09. “Navigate”
10. “Firefly Family” (feat. Mike IX Williams)

Slipknot’s Corey Taylor To Guest On New Tech N9ne Song “Bitch Slap”

Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour) is among the guests on Tech N9ne’s new song “Bitch Slap.” The track, which also features Hopsin and Great Daeg, is from Tech N9ne‘s new album “More Fear,“ which is reportedly set to be released on August 14.

[via The PRP]

North Kingsley (System Of A Down) Premiere New Song “Like That?”

North Kingsley, the band featuring Shavo Odadjian (System Of A Down), Ray Hawthorne, and Saro Paparian, have premiered a new song titled “Like That?.” This track is from the group’s new EP, “Vol. 1,” which will be released on August 14. That effort will be the first in a series of three-track EPs.

Odadjian said the following about the project:

“We’re giving you songs you can marinade on, instead of 12 songs all at once. There’s going to be a clip for every song, something visually for you to vibe on. I directed videos for System, I do stage production visuals for the band so that’s important to me. Saro has an incredible eye for creating new things visually and I act almost how a producer would on that and we are going to drop merch with every release, so it’s more than just music.”

“I love to collaborate. I love to hear my ideas come through other people. There is strength in numbers. Saro would make the beats, and I would play guitar and bass – and not in a way that you’d usually hear in rock. When Ray came in, he was very turned on to what’s going on socially and politically. They both know their way around the studio with what’s new and fresh. I played hard to get for a little while with them, but the vibe and what we were working on was so cool that it became the start of North Kingsley.”

“I’m known for playing metal but you can’t say it’s just metal – it has a lot of other influences in there. I did Achozen with RZA and that was straight hip-hop. North Kingsley is right in the middle. The kick and the hi-hats and the snare sounds punk. To me punk rock isn’t a style of music, it’s something you live. It’s a lifestyle and it means going against the grain and I heard that there, and we are putting it all together to create something exciting and new for today.”

Paparian continued:

“Our sound is very LA. Ray and I were raised in those dirty clubs for years and you have Shavo who’s part of one of the biggest LA bands of this century. I want people to know that this came from LA, you can hear it in the griminess of both the rock and the beats. The three of us align across the spectrum and bring different things. It’s like these musical and cultural nodes that center and become North Kingsley. We have specific creative identities, it’s like watching those three things clash and meld together like steel rods being sculpted by friction. I’m stirring this witch’s brew with Ray’s lyrical intellect and Shavo’s exceptional songwriting talent. It’s in his DNA to know when a song feels right and I throw my flavor into that and that’s us.”

Hawthorne added:

“I grew up on System and had lots of albums by socially conscious bands and that spoke to me. We are all focused and are all hard on ourselves to challenge one another and make something that’s great musically and that, I hope, extends to our message.”

Soundtrack Revealed For Remastered “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2”

The soundtrack has been revealed for the newly remastered “Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2.” The video game will be released on September 4 and it will feature songs from Papa Roach, Rage Against The Machine, Primus, Powerman 5000, American Nightmare, Bad Religion, Sublime, Goldfinger, Reel Big Fish, and more.

Here’s the track listing:

– “Connect to Consume” / A. Swayze and the Ghosts
– “Misery Guts” / Alex Lahey
– “Life Support” / American Nightmare
– “All Souls Day” / The Ataris
– “You” / Bad Religion
– “In Control” / Baker Boy
– “Afraid of Heights” / Billy Talent
– “The Struggle” / Black Prez featuring Kid Something
– “South” / CHAII
– “Confisco” / Charlie Brown Jr.
– “Something to Say” / Cherry Kola
– “Made Me Do” / Chick Norris
– “Heavy Metal Winner” / Consumed
– “Stomp” / Craig Craig Featuring Icy Black
– “Coming Through” / Crush Effect featuring Karra
– “Police Truck” / Dead Kennedys
– “Duck Eat Duck World” / Destroy Boys
– “Cyclone” / Dub Pistols
– “IN-TO-IT” / DZ Deathrays
– “Here and Now” / The Ernies
– “Vilified” / Even Rude
– “West Coast / FIDLAR
– “Evil Eye” / Fu Manchu
– “Superman” / Goldfinger
– “Sedona” / JunkBunny
– “May 16” / Lagwagon
– “Bomb Drop” / Less Than Jake
– “Bloody Valentine” / Machine Gun Kelly
– “Bass” / Merkules, Hopsin + Tech N9ne
– “No Cigar” / Millencolin
– “Let’s Ride” / MxPx
– “Pin the Tail on the Donkey” / Naughty by Nature
– “Blood Brothers” / Papa Roach
– “Mid 20’s Skateboarder” / Pkwe Pkew Pkew
– “When Worlds Collide” / Powerman 5000
– “Jerry Was a Racecar Driver” / Primus
– “Guerrilla Radio” / Rage Against the Machine
– “She’s Famous Now” / Reel Big Fish
– “Deathwire” / Rough Francis
– “Let Me In” / Screaming Females
– “Shutdown” / Skepta
– “Run It Up, Pt. II” / Spilt Milk
– “Firecracker” / Strung Out
– “Subculture – Diselboy + Kaos VIP” / Styles of Beyond, Dieselboy + Kaos
– “Same in the End” / Sublime
– “New Girl” / Suicide Machines
– “Like This” / The Super Best Frens Club
– “Five Lessons Learned” / Swingin’ Utters
– “Flamingo” / Token
– “Can I Kick It?” / A Tribe Called Quest
– “Lose Control” / Tyrone Briggs
– “Euro-Barge” / The Vandals
– “Slow Learner” / Viagra Boys
– “All My Friends Are Nobodies” / Zebrahead

[via Loudwire]

Marilyn Manson Collaborating With A$AP Ferg

It look like Marilyn Manson is working on new music with rapper A$AP Ferg. The two artists recently shared some posts from the studio:

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MM & A$AP Ferg in the studio tonight.

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Running it up @marilynmanson

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Insane Clown Posse Discuss Making Blood On The Dance Floor’s Dahvie Vanity “Juggalo Enemy Number 1” In New Interview With Chris Hansen

As previously reported, Insane Clown Posse recently declared Blood On The Dance Floor’s Dahvie Vanity as “Juggalo Enemy Number 1” and asked their fans to beat him down after they found out about the disturbing rape and sexual misconduct allegations against him. Now, during an appearance on “Have A Seat With Chris Hansen,” Insane Clown Posse‘s Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope further discussed their decision to take on Vanity.

Violent J said the following:

“What it was about this particular guy, this particular investigation, is of course it hit so close to home for us. Because technically this guy does the exact same for a living [as we do]… It’s a rare profession, it’s not like everybody does this, it’s a rare job…. It’s a unique job

So this guy is doing exactly what we do, to the point where we have clown paint on and we have certain things that people would call our gimmick… And Dahvie Vanity, his gimmick would be the crazy hair, the wigs you know… Trying to act crazy on stage, and that’s his gimmick.”

Shaggy 2 Dope continued after being asked if they knew Vanity before calling him out:

“No, what you’ve got to understand is this man, our whole career we’ve been totally against any kind of pedophiling or touching children, loudly speaking about it our whole career, in our music. Not just outspoken about it in interviews, but in songs, in our music.

It goes back to the beginning of our music career. So obviously when we found out about Dahvie, Dahvie, the pedophile boy. We couldn’t just sit there and not say nothing. It’s like come on man, he’s doing what we’re doing… And I can’t understand the concept of molesting kids at all, it doesn’t enter my mind. But yeah, he’s doing what we’re doing, but taking advantage of the situation and getting with this little girls. It’s literally insane.”

Violent J went on to say that Vanity “was literally on tour molesting kids on a molestation tour!” He later added that “it almost appears like he created the entire band for the purpose…” before Shaggy 2 Dope chimed in with: “For the sole purpose of molesting young girls.”

Violent J also had the following to say when asked why they told the Juggalos to be beat Vanity down:

“What the hell is going on? What is going on right now? Ten years? Ten years? This guy? He got arrested three times… Got arrested and let off like three times? When? When then? He’s still actively doing it right now. When do we get to say let’s get him and take him down. When is it okay? He’s actively hurting people.”

One of Vanity’s alleged victims, Mal Levy, who said she was sexually assaulted when she was only 15, was also involved in the chat and responded by saying she would rather see him serve proper justice:

“We definitely want him to go to jail and have to be there for the rest of his life and have to just be in there wigless and lame as shit and then made somebody’s bitch. For the first-time ever, it’s under FBI investigation, finally.

And that is why it’s different now. Beforehand, you know, he has gone to jail. He’s been arrested. Several girls have filed reports—or tried to but law enforcement failed them terribly back in the day…”

Violent J later continued:

“I know it might have been the smartest thing to do is put a tweet out and say ‘juggalos you know what to do, pick up something heavy and issue a beatdown’. That may not have been the smartest way to do it. But my question is. What do we do when there’s an active, unconvicted, real human being monster.

[A] hunchback, dragging a foot, wings, horns—all of that—walking around in public right now. Right now. That we all know about. We all know about it. And he’s just out here, what we do do? You just gonna actually let him walk by you? this creature from hell? What do you do?”

He also added:

“I don’t want him to die, let me make that clear. I don’t want him to die at all. Just by chance there’s no hell, that would be way too easy of him getting off.”

[via The PRP]