Corey Taylor To Play a One-Off Solo Show In Hollywood Next Month

Workaholic Slipknot and Stone Sour singer Corey Taylor will headline a show in Hollywood next month, billed as Corey Taylor And Friends. Corey Taylor will play a solo show on February 20 at The Roxy in West Hollywood, California. Opening the event will be the Cherry Bombs, the all-girl dance group led by Taylor’s girlfriend Alicia Dove. Tickets are on sale now, and this will sell-out. Continue reading

Pig Destroyer Confirm Upcoming West Coast Dates

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Pig Destroyer has confirmed upcoming West Coast dates:

Jan 10: El Corazon – Seattle, WA
Mar 20: Constellation Room at The Observatory – Santa Ana, CA (feat. Despise You, ACXDC & Suspect)
Mar 21: The Roxy – Los Angeles, CA (feat. Nails, Despise You, ACXDC & Dead Beat)
Mar 22: DNA Lounge – San Francisco, CA – (feat. Ghoul, Despise You, ACXDC & Agenda Of Swine)
May 29-31: Temples Festival – Bristol, UK
Jul 8-12: Obscene Extreme Festival – Trutnov, CZ

Pig Destroyer recently released a two song doom EP entitled Mass & Volume, which was previously available for a limited time as a digital only release, but now reissued on limited edition LP and CD via Relapse Records in October. The album can be streamed in its entirety here.

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Babes In Toyland Announce Reunion Show at the Roxy in Los Angeles, CA

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Babes In Toyland have reunited after a 18 year hiatus, and the Fontanelle-era lineup of Kat Bjelland, Maureen Herman and Lori Barbero will be playing February 12, 2015 at The Roxy in Los Angeles, CA.

Said Bjelland in a press release:

“It was brought to my attention that not only do we have a lot of diehard fans from back in the day, but also a whole new generation of kids–my son Henry included– that were eager to see us live….I felt some kind of obligation for them to see us, too. But mainly, I just missed my girls and the feeling that comes from playing with them–visceral live therapy.”

Maureen Herman, who originally left the band in 1997, added:

“The first time we played together again,” added bass player Maureen Herman, “we weren’t sure what it would be like. After knocking the hell out of ‘He’s My Thing’ on the first try, we knew this was going to be fun–and it was going to rock like a motherf***er.”