Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison has lifted the mask on a new side project he’s been working on called Scar the Martyr. With a yet-to-be-named debut album due out in the fall, Jordison was able to expand his musical horizons with this new collaboration. In addition to playing drums, he also recorded the bass and rhythm guitars parts for the debut.
The members of Slipknot are off doing other things at the moment, with plans to focus on a new record next year. Among those using the time to find other creative outlets is percussionist Joey Jordison, who earlier this spring revealed that he was working on a
Slipknot percussionist Joey Jordison has often found projects to keep him busy during the band's downtime, and it looks as though he's finding another creative outlet to keep him occupied until the band regroups in the studio again.
Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison recently revealed that he has written 40 potential songs for the band's upcoming album. With it being Slipknot's first album since the death of bassist Paul Gray, Jordison also goes into detail about how the record will act as a proverbial exorcism for the band.
Black Sabbath's place in the history of metal is unquestioned. The veteran rockers have influenced so many acts over the years and really launched the music genre to places it had never been before. Now, one of the rockers who grew up on the band is sharing the impact they had on him.
Slipknot are currently on tour in Australia with a million other awesome bands for the 2012 Soundwave Festival. Drummer Joey Jordison sat down with SoundwaveFestTV to speak about topics such as their love for Australian fans, their determination as a band and the death of bassist Paul Gray.
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