Rounding out the Mosh Pit Region is a battle of two metal heavyweights who packed a punch with their most powerful discs. In fact, you may feel a little punch drunk after revisiting the albums in this March Metal Madness pairing. But which is deserving of being named one of the best 21st Century metal albums? Let's get into that debate.
One of the most mysterious and potentially eclectic projects set to launch soon is Teenage Time Killer. Corrosion of Conformity members Mike Dean and Reed Mullin revealed last year that Lamb of God's Randy Blythe and Foo Fighters legend Dave Grohl would be a part of the musical gathering, but in a new update, a baffling amount of talented people have been recruited to add their talents to Teenage Time Killer.
Slipknot / Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. The always busy rocker spoke about some of the lessons he's learned in music and about his participation in the upcoming film 'Fear Clinic.' If you missed Jackie’s show, here’s her full interview with Corey Taylor.
Before the rise of the Internet, it was damn near impossible to stumble upon the true faces of the masked nine known as Slipknot. However, as Stone Sour reunited in 2002, the identities of vocalist Corey Taylor and guitarist Jim Root became public for all to see. Finally, with the release of 'Voliminal: Inside the Nine' on DVD in 2006, the faces of the nine were officially revealed.
There has been plenty of talk that Slipknot are working on new music for 2014 and now there's some visual proof. Guitarist Jim Root, who is sitting out Stone Sour's winter 2014 tour to work on the new Slipknot album, just offered a new Instagram photo posting showing himself holding a guitar in the studio.
For every school talent show or concert, it seems like there's always one kid or group of kids out to show everyone else what some real music is all about. It's just a theory we have, sort of like Einstein's Theory of Relativity; it's just a theory, but it hasn't been disproved yet! Take a look at Exhibit A in the video above!