Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison's new band Scar the Martyr will release their self-titled debut Oct. 1 via Roadrunner Records (watch teaser video above). The highly anticipated album was recorded at Sound Farm Studios in Des Moines, Iowa, and produced by Rhys Fulber (Rob Zombie, Fear Factory).
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.
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.
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.