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Posted on 02/15/2018 by admin with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Music, News, Slipknot

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While Corey Taylor said back in November, he hadn’t yet heard any music for a new Slipknot album, it seems that’s all changed in the last few months.

M. Shaun “Clown” Crahan has said he and Jim Root are actively working on Slipknot songs and sending them to Corey Taylor via email. In past interviews, Clown noted there are  27 new song ideas floating and as of the the beginning of November, Clown claims the band have seven or eight songs completed. Turns out Corey Taylor has begun getting involved as well.

In a new video interview with next Musik Universe, Corey Taylor was asked if he had heard any of the music Crahan was working on:

 “Yeah, I have. It’s awesome. That’s all I’m gonna say about it. It’s everything I wanted it to be. They’ve been sending me stuff here and there. And it’s so funny too, because they’re, like, ‘We don’t wanna send you anything till it’s ready.’ And I’m, like, ‘All right. All right.’ I’ve been very patient. I’ve gotten about six songs now, and they’re really, really good. And just in kind of that demo form. And by ‘demo,’ I mean really just the fact that it’s maybe a little longer than it will end up. Because what you wanna do is you wanna take that idea and extrapolate it to the point where you’ve exhausted every kind of idea. And then you kind of take it and you shorten it and you break it down and you formulate it and you get it to a little more solid, a little more fluid. And that’s where it’s at right now.”

Corey Taylor then added he is currently working on lyrics to three new songs that will appear on the next album.

“And it’s dark — it’s really dark,” he said. “It’s probably the most autobiographical I’ve been in years. Just for the fact that I’ve been through a lot the last few years and I’ve been sitting on a lot. So I’m writing from the standpoint of where I am now instead of where I was. Which is so easy to tap into sometimes and it’s so easy to just kind of go there almost on impulse. But now, I’m writing it from the standpoint of a man who’s been through a lot — not just a young man, but an older man — and trying to figure things out.”

Taylor also assured Musik Universe that the album will “absolutely” arrive next year saying “2019, sometime in that year we will definitely be recording i. We’ll finish writing it, record it and be ready to go on the road.”

Taylor was also asked about Clown’s assessment that the next Slipknot album may be Clown’s last and if Taylor felt the same way:

“We all kind of say that,” Taylor explained. “I’ve said it in the past. We’ve always said — and this is not in a negative way — we’ve always said that when we get to the point where we physically can’t do Slipknot the way we want to do it, we’ll stop. And for some of us, the years of being in Slipknot have taken [their] toll. Cold mornings kick my ass. My neck, my knees, my hips… [DJ] Sid [Wilson] has broken every damn bone in his body. Clown, he’s had his share of health issues and whatnot and physicality. We’ve all had an injury in this band — from our necks to our retinas. And honestly, if that was his decision, I wouldn’t do Slipknot without him — absolutely not.”

He continued “There’s a certain mentality that goes into Slipknot, and he started it. He’s always been the vision for this band, for Slipknot, and without that, it crumbles. So, yeah, if he left, that would be it for me as well. And I say that, honestly, in a very positive way, because none of us would want to continue doing it from a half-assed point of view. Nobody wants to go 50 percent on a Slipknot album.”

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Posted on 02/07/2018 by admin with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Gallery Update

I added Corey’s magazine covers from 2017 to our photo gallery. If you have something you don’t see in here, please, contact me if you want to share it. I also added magazine scans from Stencil Mag’s November 2017 issue featuring Stone Sour. Check them out! I’ll keep updating the gallery so visit us again for more photos.

 




Posted on 02/06/2018 by admin with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: News

Stone Sour announced on Тwitter that this fall they are going on tour with Ozzy Osbourne. Tickets and VIPs will be on sale February 17.

Get tickets here:
http://stonesour.com/tour/

Here are the announced dates:

AUG 30
PPL CENTER
ALLENTOWN, PA

SEP 01
LAKEVIEW AMPHITHEATER
SYRACUSE, NY

SEP 04
BUDWEISER STAGE
TORONTO, CANADA

SEP 06
XFINITY CENTER
MANSFIELD, MA

SEP 08
JONES BEACH
WANTAGH, NY

SEP 10
PNC BANK ARTS
HOLMDEL, NJ

SEP 12
BB&T PAVILION
CAMDEN, NJ

SEP 14
JIFFY LUBE
WASHINGTON, DC

SEP 16
BLOSSOM MUSIC CENTER
CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH

SEP 19
DTE ENERGY
DETROIT, MI

SEP 21
HOLLYWOOD CASINO AMPHITHEATRE
CHICAGO, IL

SEP 23
RUOFF HOME MORTGAGE
INDIANAPOLIS, IN

SEP 26
STARPLEX PAVILION
DALLAS, TX

SEP 28
CYNTHIA WOODS MITCHELL PAVILION
THE WOODLANDS, TX

SEP 30
ISLETA AMPHITHEATRE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM

OCT 02
PEPSI CENTER
DENVER, CO

OCT 04
USANA AMPHITHEATRE
WEST VALLEY CITY, UT

OCT 06
SHORELINE AMPHITHEATRE
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA

OCT 09
MATTRESS FIRM AMPHITHEATRE
SAN DIEGO, CA

OCT 11
HOLLYWOOD BOWL
HOLLYWOOD, CA

OCT 13
MGM GRAND
LAS VEGAS, NV




Posted on 02/06/2018 by admin with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: News

 

Slipknot / Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor will share a very special performance of David Bowie’s “Fashion” this Friday, February 9th during The Howard Stern Tribute to David Bowie.  The one-of-a-kind musical tribute hosted by his longtime producer Tony Visconti will feature 25 unique artists interpreting the innovative and timeless music of David Bowie.  The Howard Stern Tribute to David Bowie airs Friday, February 9th at 10:00PM EST on SiriusXM’s Howard 101.  For more details please visit http://strn.it/igofza.

Taylor commented on the special and Bowie’s immense influence stating:

“I’ve been a Bowie fan since I could walk. He is so iconic, he’s basically his own genre now. I chose ‘Fashion’ because when I first heard it, I was blown away by how much groove was in it and the attitude. This is my spin. It’ll never touch the original, but I hope you all like it.”

Taylor is set to spend 2018 on tour with Stone Sour, who are currently traversing North America on a co-headline run alongside Halestorm. The tour finds Stone Sour celebrating their new album HYDROGRAD, which arrived earlier this year debuting at #1 on three Billboard charts: “Top Current Albums,” “Top Rock Albums,” and “Top Hard Rock Albums.”  HYDROGRAD also debuted at #8 on the “Billboard 200,” marking the band’s fifth consecutive Top 10 debut on that chart.  Furthermore, HYDROGRAD debuted at #5 in the U.K. (the band’s highest debut ever in that country), #2 in Australia (highest debut ever), and was Top 5 in Germany, Japan, and Switzerland. The album features, “Rose Red Violent Blue (This Song Is Dumb & So Am I),” which is closing in on Top 10 at Active Rock Radio, and the smash “Song #3”, which was #1 for five straight weeks on U.S. Active Rock Radio chart.  For tour dates and more information on Stone Sour please visit www.stonesour.com.

2017 was a whirlwind year for Taylor who released his new book, America 51: A Probe into the Realities That Are Hiding Inside “The Greatest Country in the World, in which he examines the rotting core of America, evaluating everything from politics and race relations to modern family dynamics, millennials, and “man buns” through his signature humorous lens.  Furthermore, Taylor also released, “Live In London,” capturing an intimate sold-out performance at London’s Koko. The full concert, which is available at www.thecoreytaylor.com, sees Taylor playing through fan favorites from both Slipknot and Stone Sour along with a Q&A and covers of artists such as Grateful Dead, Van Morrison, Kiss, Buzzcocks, REM and The Cure. For more information visit www.thecoreytaylor.com.

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