Guns N’ Roses, A Perfect Circle, Rage Against The Machine, Etc. Releases Set For 2018 Black Friday Record Store Day Event

The full list of special releases for this year’s Black Friday Record Store Day (November 23) has been posted. You can see a list of various rock/metal releases below, and can view the full list at recordstoreday.com.

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  • A Perfect Circle, “So Long and Thanks for All the Fish” 7”
  • Alice Cooper, “Live From the Astroturf” LP
  • Anthrax, “Kings Among Scotland” 3XLP
  • Babymetal, “Distortion” 12”
  • Blue Oyster Cult, “Some Enchanted Evening” (Legacy Edition) 2XLP
  • Chris Cornell, “When Bad Does Good” 7” (featuring title track and Temple Of The Dog‘s “Stargazer” live at the Paramount)
  • CKY, “Too Precious to Kill” EP (featuring “Chase Me“, “Fists To The Sky“, “One Step Ahead“, “Bite It You Scum” (GG Allin cover))
  • Dead Kennedys, Iguana Studios Rehearsal Sessions LP
  • Dio, “Holy Diver Live At 35” 12” (featuring “Holy Diver” live at Donington in 1983 and studio version of “Electra” on 12″ Dio logo die-cut release)
  • The Germs, “What We Do Is Secret” LP
  • Guns N’ Roses, “Shadow of Your Love” / “Movin’ To The City” 7”
  • Nothing, “Blue Line Baby” LP (featuring “Spell” and previously unreleased track “Dirty White Glove“)
  • The Jimi Hendrix Experience, “Burning Of The Midnight Lamp Mono” EP 7”
  • Joan Jett, “Bad Reputation” Soundtrack LP
  • Judas Priest, “Rocka Rolla” LP
  • Rage Against The Machine, “Live And Rare” 2XLP (previously released in Japan in 1997)
  • Ramones, “Live In Glasgow Dec. 19, 1977” 2XLP
  • Smashing Pumpkins, “Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun.” LP
  • Stone Sour, “Stone Sour” LP (remastered with bonus 2002 live CD)
  • Stone Temple Pilots, “Live 2018” LP
  • Sublime, “Greatest Hits” LP
  • Tom Morello, “The Atlas Underground” (Instrumentals) 2XLP
  • Type O Negative, “Bloody Kisses” 25th Anniversary Edition 3XLP (featuring an extra LP of bonus tracks)
  • Type O Negative / Trivium, “I Don’t Wanna Be Me” 7”
  • Weezer, “Africa” (Toto cover) 10”
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Harm’s Way Thank Everyone For Their Support After Raising Enough Money To Replace Their Stolen Gear

Harm’s Way recently lost $20,000 worth of gear and merch after their trailer was stolen following their September 27 show in Las Vegas, NV and Colin Young (Twitching Tongues) set up a GoFundMe campaign to help them replace everything. Now, the group have revealed that they have raised enough money and they also took some time to thank everyone for their contributions. You can see what they had to say in the below Instagram post. As previously reported, members of Slipknot, Hatebreed, Fall Out Boy, etc. all contributed to the campaign.

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We can not believe the love we have received over the last few days. Going from the lowest point as a band to being able to recover almost completely in as little as four days is something we really didn’t expect. We want to thank everyone who has helped, offered to help or just given us some kind words. Too many friends to thank, too many bands and labels to list, but you know exactly who you are. We are going to have the GoFund Me page taken down first thing tomorrow morning to allow anything that was donated today the chance to clear and to avoid receiving anything more than we need. For everyone asking, the merch store will be restocked as soon as we are able, but please be patient with us until then. We will continue with normal Harm’s Way posting from this point on. Thank you.

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Slipknot, Hatebreed, Etc. Members Donate Money To Help Out Harm’s Way Following Trailer Theft

Harm’s Way recently lost $20,000 worth of gear and merch after their trailer was stolen following their September 27 show in Las Vegas, NV. Colin Young (Twitching Tongues) then set up a GoFundMe campaign to help the group out and a number of their peers in the music world have donated, including Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour), who donated $1,000, and Hatebreed‘s Jamey Jasta, Fall Out Boy‘s Joe Trohman, Metal Blade Records‘ Brian Slagel, and Deathwish Inc‘s Tre McCarthy, who all donated $500 each.

[via The PRP]

Stone Sour’s Roy Mayorga Planning To Release An “Experimental” Solo Album

During an appearance on the Talking Metal podcast, Stone Sour drummer Roy Mayorga revealed that he is planning to record and release a new solo album next year. He said the following about that:

“I don’t know if a lot of people out there know what I do other than play drums, but I also compose a lot of music for indie films and commercials and stuff like that, on the down time. I use a lot of hardware modular synthesizers. So the material on the record that I’m gonna be working on is gonna be mostly just drums and modular synthesizers. No format of verse-chorus-verse-chorus; it’s gonna be pretty experimental and improvisational. I’m hoping to do a nice 16 minutes a side of a record — kind of the old-school style. The way you would hear a Tangerine Dram record or a Jean-Michel Jarre record — those old electronic records from the ’70s. But it’s not gonna sound like that; it’s gonna be more in that format.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour) Pays Tribute To His Late Grandmother

Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor has shared a touching tribute for his late grandmother, Thelma Taylor. He said the following:

“My rock. My everything. She raised me. Taught me to be kind but tough. Work and encourage others to do so. I’ve never known a day without her in this world. My heart has broken. I loved her so much. And I will miss her every day. She was an incredible woman. And I owe her everything. I love you, Gram. Thelma Taylor 1926-2018.”

Stone Sour Writing New Music

During an interview with Heavy magazine, Corey Taylor confirmed that Stone Sour have already began writing a follow-up to “Hydrograd.” He said the following:

“We started writing new [Stone Sour] music pretty much as soon as we got on the road. We’re just can’t be stopped. We’re gluttons for punishment at this point. The cool thing is knowing that we’ve got all this great material, we can kinda enjoy the rest as much as we can because we know when it’s time to really start ramping up the demo machine, we’re gonna have all this cool stuff to listen to. There’s no pressure for us to just run right in.”

“Obviously I’m going to do Slipknot next year, and it will allow the audience to miss [Stone Sour], which is the best thing in the world you can have. That built-in need for a band to come back just when you think you can’t wait any longer, here comes this band and they’re like, ‘Goddamn, they’re so good right now.’So we’re pretty stoked, man. We’re definitely looking forward to trying to see if we can top ‘Hydrograd’.””

[via Blabbermouth]