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Corey Taylor powered through Slipknot show just after injuring his foot
Corey Taylor powered through Slipknot show just after injuring his foot
Corey Taylor of Slipknot isn't just pretending to be a badass character during shows. The singer recently injured his first minutes before a show, but powered through anyway. The gig occurred in Helsinki, Finland on Feb 24. Read More: Sleep On It react to new music from Neck Deep, All Time Low and more Slipknot just completed the U.K. a...
Slipknot expand on “Nero Forte” video with eerie short film ‘Pollution’
Slipknot expand on “Nero Forte” video with eerie short film ‘Pollution’
Slipknot have shared their new short film Pollution that extends and centers around the "Nero Forte" music video. Both videos share some of the same technicolor hues and mood as the music video. M Shawn Crahan, better known as Clown, directed the short film and shares his curiosity about existence and reality. Sli...
Evanescence channeling “some ‘Open Door’ vibes” on upcoming album
Evanescence channeling “some ‘Open Door’ vibes” on upcoming album
Evanescence will reportedly be hitting the studio in 2020 to begin work on a new album. According to singer Amy Lee, the group plans on working a little bit at a time and will start early next year. This new album will be the long-anticipated follow-up to Evanescence's self-titled LP in 2011 and might sound pretty similar to 2006's Open Door. Re...
Evanescence drummer calls Knotfest riot “weak and stupid” after kit fire
Evanescence drummer calls Knotfest riot “weak and stupid” after kit fire
Evanescence drummer Will Hunt responded to the rioters at Knotfest who destroyed his drum kit, calling them "amateur, weak and stupid." Slipknot were set to headline Knotfest in Mexico City but were forced to cancel along with Evanescence after the barricade was broken during Behemoth’s set. Read more: Ice Nine Kills, I... Read More ...
Slipknot announce inaugural Knotfest At Sea 2020 cruise show
Slipknot announce inaugural Knotfest At Sea 2020 cruise show
Slipknot have had an absolutely incredible year after releasing their sixth full-length We Are Not Your Kind and bringing their Knotfest Roadshow across North America and now they're aiming at hitting the seas. The band have announced the inaugural edition of their own cruise show, fittingly titled Knotfest At Sea, which will set sail off the coast of Barcelona next summer.
Loathe take prog-metalcore to dazzling heights on new single
Loathe take prog-metalcore to dazzling heights on new single
For all intents and purposes, ambi-directional metal outfit Loathe are giving aggressive music the inspired adrenaline stab it so desperately needs. Today the band are issuing two new tracks, “Gored” and “New Faces In The Dark,” providing ample evidence that they aren’t in it to win it as much as they are to detonate a few city blocks in the process. After recording their 201...
Slipknot museum at Knotfest Roadshow to offer immersive experience
Slipknot museum at Knotfest Roadshow to offer immersive experience
It's a great time to be a maggot. Not only does Slipknot plan to release their next record We Are Not Your Kind next month, but they're beefing up the upcoming Knotfest Roadshow. Not only will fans enjoy a lineup stacked with metal heavy-hitters, the band will offer a "specially curated" look at the band's history with the Slipknot Museum. Read more: ‘... Read More ...
Slipknot’s Corey Taylor talks turning Knotfest into a touring festival
Slipknot’s Corey Taylor talks turning Knotfest into a touring festival
In a new interview with Jamey Jasta on The Jasta Show podcast, Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor has shared that the band is considering taking Knotfest on the road a bit more and turning it into a touring festival. When talking about the festival, Jasta asked if Taylor and the rest of the masked metal act have ever considered bringing the tour on the road for a 20 to 30 date touring festival, and ac

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