Slipknot / Stone Sour vocalist Corey Taylor has taken his talents to the silver screen. The musician will appear in the upcoming horror flick 'Fear Clinic,' which stars 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' legend Robert Englund.
Stone Sour are a band that respects their roots, and they've been very good about paying homage to their metal forefathers over the years. The latest instance of this has come on the band's winter 2014 tour, where Corey Taylor and his cohorts have been breaking out a cover of Metallica's 'Creeping Death.'
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.
Saturday night. New York City. White suit. Packed club. Sounds like a scene out of 'Saturday Night Fever,' right? But this scene didn't star John Travolta as Tony Manero. Instead, it featured Corey Taylor in the role of Stone Sour frontman and all-around entertainer.
Slipknot / Stone Sour vocalist Corey Taylor is expanding his artistic horizons. In addition to being a musician and author, he's adding acting to his repertoire. He's set to appear in the feature film 'Fear Clinic.'
Jim Root fans, we've got some bad news and some amazing news. Of course, we'll start with the bad news. Stone Sour have announced that Root will not be touring with the band on their upcoming winter tour. However, Root's absence is for good reason, as he's chosen to spend the time writing with Slipknot for the band's next album!
Stone Sour will be kicking off the new year on the road, announcing a new run of U.S. tour dates that span through the months of January and February. Pop Evil and Stolen Babies will be along for the ride as support.
Stone Sour's Corey Taylor continues to roll out his 'House of Gold & Bones' vision. After issuing the 'House of Gold & Bones' comics earlier this year, the collection will soon be made available on paperback.
Stone Sour entered the Cage Match with 'Tired' and knocked off the previous victor -- Sevendust's 'Picture Perfect.' It was definitely an impressive victory, but will Stone Sour be able to earn another win against their next opponent?
Sevendust's fans have stepped up to lead 'Picture Perfect' to its first Cage Match win. The song emerged with just shy of 59 percent of the vote, which was good enough to knock out Seether's cover of Veruca Salt's 'Seether.' But will Sevendust be able to score a second victory?
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