Slipknot / Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor was the guest on Full Metal Jackie's radio show this past weekend. The singer talked all about his new book 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Heaven,' mentioned the latest on Slipknot + more. If you missed Jackie's show, check out her full conversation with Corey Taylor below:
As we reported earlier this week, Slipknot / Stone Sour singer Corey Taylor was robbed of more than $36,000 worth of instruments and music gear, including two prized bass guitars from his late Slipknot bandmate Paul Gray. Now, there's good news to report, as Taylor has let fans know that 98 percent of the equipment has been recovered.
Stone Sour are riding high with the latest installment of their two-part concept album ‘House of Gold & Bone,' and now the band is sharing a new lyric video for ‘The Uncanny Valley.’ The song marks the second single from 'Part 2' of the musical journey and lends itself to the intricate plot the collective songs weave. Check it out above.
Right on the heel's of Stone Sour's fifth studio album, 'House of Gold & Bones - Part 2,' and the release of Corey Taylor's second graphic novel inspired by the 'House of Gold & Bones' storyline, the Slipknot / Stone Sour vocalist is soon to release his second book, 'A Funny Thing Happened on the way to Heaven (Or, How I Made Peace with the Paranormal and Stigmatized Zealots and Cynics in the Process).' To help promote the upcoming memoir, Taylor has revealed a small, yet unsettling part of the book, which the musician reads aloud.
Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine returned on June 1 for Season 12 of ‘That Metal Show’ and closed out the night scoring the highest rated telecast on VH1 Classic this year. With guest Jason Newsted and appearances by drummer Carmine Appice and Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta checking in online, the episode proved to be a great start to what is sure to be a heavy hitting season.
In 2002, Corey Taylor and Jim Root took a lot of people by surprise by stepping away from the very successful Slipknot long enough to debut the new project Stone Sour. Even more surprising was the nature of the music, serving as a more hard rock record with Taylor's vocals coming through with clarity and showing a range not fully explored prior.