Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour) is currently recording his second solo album and he has since decided to share photos of a progress board containing 17 working song titles. Among the tracks mentioned are: “Beyond,” “The Box,” “Post Traumatic Blues,” “Talk Sick,” “We Are The Rest,” “Sorry Me,” “Breath Of Fresh Smoke,” “Hey Manifesto,” “Midnight,” “Stay Calm,” “Starmate,” “Punchline,” “Someday, I’ll Change Your Mind,” “Not In The Mood To Live,” “Dead Flies,” “All I Want Is Hate,” and “That Mouse Is Dead.”
More bands have been added to this year’s edition of Knotfest Japan. The event will take place at the Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall near Tokyo, Japan on April 1-2 and the updated daily lineups can be found below:
April 1: Slipknot, Trivium, Man With A Mission, In Flames, The Oral Cigarettes, Survive Said The Prophet, Crystal Lake, and A Crowd Of Rebellion.
April 2: Slipknot, Korn, Maximum The Hormone, Parkway Drive, Coldrain, Fear, And Loathing In Las Vegas, and Petit Brabancon.
Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour) has officially started the recording process for his second solo album. According to him, “nobody is ready for what they’re about to hear.”
Taylor said the following:
“I’m really, really excited. I mean, everything’s just bigger this time. Everything sounds better. Everything’s running better. Everything’s running hot. Instead of where I came from, this is where I’m going. Musically, it’s harder. It’s faster, but there’s still tons of stuff from the first album. So, there’s elements of Slipknot. There’s elements of Stone Sour. There’s elements of ‘CMFT.’ There’s elements of the stuff that I’ve been doing for years. Just, like, cover-wise or whatever.
All the stuff that I’ve always wanted to do. We are just… we’re doing that. Just cranking it up and it all sounds so fucking good, that I can’t even describe to you how stoked I am to be starting on this. And today’s the day. Today’s the day. Today’s the fucking one. Let’s get going! I’m serious as a heart attack. Nobody is ready for what they’re about to hear, for real. But first, we gotta record it.”
[via The PRP]
Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour) has officially started the recording process for his new solo album. The frontman’s bassist Eliot Lorango confirmed the news on social media:
The lineup has been revealed for this year’s Rock Fest. The event will take place in Cadott, WI on July 13-15 and it will feature the following:
July 12 (pre-show): Soul Asylum, Alien Ant Farm, Gemini Syndrome, Tallah, The Lonely Ones, No Resolve, Moon Fever, and Widow7.
July 13: Pantera, Ice Cube, In This Moment, The Ghost Inside, Jinjer, Orianthi, Suicide Silence, Vended, Fame On Fire, Eva Under Fire, Ghosts Of The Mississippi, Sin7, Scattered Hamlet, Rebel Queens, Weekend Picnic, Mvrrow, Magg Dylan, Dark Heavens, Giznad, Thrash Of The Titans, Carbellion, and Saint Tragedy.
July 14: Slipknot, Falling In Reverse, Ice Nine Kills, Asking Alexandria, Wage War, Mushroomhead, Cherry Bombs, Crobot, Gideon, Saul, Emperors & Angels, Nuisance, Artifas, 9th Planet, Kingdom Collapse, Versus Me, Normundy, The Almas, Kings County, Sons Of Guns, Shotgun Superstars, Contingency, and DM Down.
July 15: Godsmack, Papa Roach, Highly Suspect, Everclear, GWAR, Dorothy, 10 Years, New Years Day, Plush, Dayseeker, Silvertung, Bourbon House, The SoapGirls, Ratchet Dolls, Relent, Citizen Kane, Lovely World, Drift, Old Voltage, The Hybrid Theory, Scarlet, and The Over Unders.
Hate Offering (ex-American Me, It Prevails, etc.) have released a new covers EP titled “Nu-Era.” The effort includes the band’s takes on Slipknot‘s “Left Behind,“ Korn‘s “Falling Away From Me,” and System Of A Down‘s “Prison Song.“
During a recent appearance on “The Graham Norton Show,” Margot Robbie (“Suicide Squad,” etc.) defended her love of heavy music. The actress says she listened to a lot of metal as a kid and that she “still genuinely like[s] it.”
Robbie said the following after Norton asked if she had a goth phase as a teen:
“I don’t know if I was a full goth. Very emo though, and I listened to, like, only heavy metal music. I would dye my hair black and only cut it with a razor blade….so yeah, kinda goth.”
She also defended her music tastes after fellow actress Cate Blanchett (“Thor: Ragnarok,” etc.) asked if anyone actually likes heavy metal:
“I genuinely — and I still genuinely like it. I really like it. I remember going to the Slipknot concert, and… at the time I was on ‘Neighbours‘. I’ve never had more people come up to me, ever, than at a Slipknot concert… It was so unexpected. And they worried about all the characters… They were so invested in ‘Neighbours‘ and Slipknot.”
This news comes after Robbie previously expressed her love for artists such as Slipknot, Bullet For My Valentine, etc.
As previously reported, Roadrunner United, the project that was organized to commemorate Roadrunner Records’ 25th anniversary in 2005, will be reissuing “The All-Star Sessions” on March 10, alongside a live album featuring the group’s December 15, 2005 show at the Nokia Theatre in New York, NY. Now, footage of “(sic)” from the concert has been shared online. The performance found Slipknot’s Corey Taylor, Paul Gray, and Joey Jordison rocking the track with Scott Ian (Anthrax), Andreas Kisser (Sepultura), Dino Cazares (Fear Factory) and Tommy Vext (ex-Bad Wolves). Ian said the following about taking part in the set:
“It was incredible to be part of a lineup of such insanely heavy hitters. WOW. And to have had the opportunity to play with Joey and Paul that night, with Corey singing — definitely a Make-A-Wish moment for me”
Slipknot have shared a video recap focusing on their fall 2022 Latin American tour. You can check that out below:
During a recent interview with Upset Magazine, Slipknot’s M. Shawn “Clown” Crahan talked a bit about the side album that him, Corey Taylor, Jim Root, and Sid Wilson recorded during the “All Hope Is Gone“ sessions. According to him, the effort, which is titled “Look Outside Your Window,” may finally see a release in 2023.
Clown said the following about the record:
“It’s an amazing body of work. You will never hear another Corey Taylor like this. The music and the words… it’s one of the best things I’ve ever done in my life.”
He also added that he wants the album to have its own time in the spotlight:
“We wouldn’t want Slipknot to hurt ‘Look Outside Your Window’, and we wouldn’t want ‘Look Outside Your Window’ to be a little irritation to Slipknot. Why? Because it’s beautiful God art and people deserve it. The good news is that six months from now, April Fool’s Day 2023, we’re off the label. There are no plans to immediately release something, and we haven’t talked about it, but I would imagine it’ll probably come very soon afterwards. There’s nothing else to do, and it’s ready to go. It’ll be worth the wait.”