Former Slipknot Drummer Joey Jordison Reflects on Their Debut Album


Yesterday, June 29th, 2020 marked 21 years since the release of Slipknot’s monumental debut album. Former drummer Joey Jordison, who exited the band in 2013 for reasons never explained, posted some memories and thanks for the making of the album: Continue reading


Slipknot Honors The Five-Year Anniversary of “.5:The Gray Chapter” Album


In a message on social media. Slipknot has marked the fifth anniversary of their last album, .05: The Gray Chapter (Roadrunner Records) from 2014. M. Shawn Crahan, aka Clown or #6 wrote the post that marked the difficult chapter in the bands’ history that saw the death of band co-founder Paul Gray in 2019 and the firing of drummer Joey Jordison in 2013. The image on the post features alternate artwork for that album. Continue reading


Slipknot’s Debut Album Turns 20


Ah, 1999. A time for ridiculously baggy jeans, wallet chains, and clothes with far too many zips and pockets. A time for silly haircuts, spiked neckbands, black lipstick, and even blacker eyeliner – for both sexes. A time for backwards-facing red caps and hilarious facial piercings. Also a time for many metal fans over the age of forty to think back upon while making vomiting noises and pretending such crimes against metal never actually happened.Continue reading


Sinsaenum – Repulsion For Humanity


The roots of supergroup Sinsaenum date back to 1998 when DragonForce bassist Frédéric Leclercq decided he wanted to try something a little different, and a little nastier. The project lay dormant for years, but in 2010 Leclercq eventually made things happen by joining forces with fellow Frenchmen, Seth, bassist Heimoth, and guitarist Stéphane Buriez of Loudblast. Now playing guitar, he also recruited the dual vocal partnership of Attila Csihar of black metal titans Mayhem, and Sean Zatorsky of Dååth. The bands’ line-up is completed by former Slipknot drummer and general legend Joey Jordison.Continue reading


Ministry Enlist Burton C. Bell, Joey Jordison, And More For His North American Tour


Ministry‘s AmeriKKKant North American tour will be kicking off next month, and he’s just announced some very special guests who will be joining him on the road. Continue reading


REVIEWS ROUND-UP: Week 45 Part 2 – Sinsaenum, Impureza, Scour, Amberian Dawn And More


 

 

The Ghost Cult album round-up is back in town, for your vulgar delectation…Continue reading


Joey Jordison Performs An Acoustic Version Of Slipknot’s “(sic)” With Fans In Argentina


After Joey Jordison performed with Vimic at the Monsters Of Rock festival in Buenos Aires, he returned to his hotel where he found a ton of fans waiting outside to meet him. Unlike some musicians who would just go straight inside the hotel, Joey met each and every fan, and even performed an impromptu version of Slipknot‘s ‘(sic)’ with one of the their guitars. Continue reading


Vimic – “Fail Me (My Temple)” Single Featuring Dave Mustaine Released


Vimic, the band founded by Grammy Award-winning Slipknot co-founder Joey Jordison, has signed a global deal with Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) and T-Boy Records. The band’s highly anticipated debut album, Open Your Omen, is expected to arrive in early 2018, and their new ‘Fail Me (My Temple)’ single, which features Dave Mustaine, is streaming online today. Continue reading


Sinsaenum – “Ashes” Video Released


Sinsaenum, the group featuring Slipknot‘s former drummer Joey Jordison, Frédéric Leclercq (Dragonforce), Attila Csihar (Mayhem), Sean Zatorsky (DÅÅTH), Seth Heimoth (bass), and Stephane Buriez (Loudblast), will be releasing their new EP, Ashes, on November 10th. Continue reading


Wednesday 13 – Condolences


Of course you knew him from Murderdolls, in which he was “one of the other guys” in that aforenamed band created by Joey Jordison, the former drummer of a little nonet known as Slipknot. Perhaps you’re older school and remember him in Frankenstein Drag Queens from Planet 13, or even older school than that as some dude named Joseph Poole. But forget everything you knew about Wednesday 13, because, for the intents and purposes of these Condolences (Nuclear Blast), the Wednesday 13 you thought you knew is dead.Continue reading