For metal and heavy rock fans of the Midwest, today is a big announcement day. Sonic Temple Festival 2024 officially shared their lineup for their upcoming event. Taking place May 16-19, festival-goers can see a major fest at Historic Crew Stadium in Columbus. Of course, the headliners are worth the travel and ticket price alone. Disturbed will headline on Thursday, The Original Misfits take the stage on Friday, Pantera will perform on Saturday, and Slipknot will close out the entire fest on Sunday night. Beyond the fabulous headliners, Sonic Temple is expanding by adding a fourth stage to accommodate 40… Read more »
On November 5, Slipknot shared a message on their social media platforms sharing that they departed ways with drummer Jay Weinberg. However, hours after their initial statement, the post was taken down. Initially, the post read: “We would like to thank Jay Weinberg for his dedication and passion over the past ten years. No one can ever replace Joey Jordison’s original sound, style or energy, but Jay honored Joey’s parts and contributed to the last three albums and we, the band, and the fans appreciate it.But as ever, slipknot is intent on evolving. the band has decided to make a… Read more »
“Custer”, a 2014 rager from Slipknot, is currently going viral on TikTok. But it will not be for the reason that you think. It’s much better than that.
Zulu has issued a rendition of Slipknot‘s iconic track “Wait And Bleed” for the Spotify Singles Series. Zulu’s take on “Wait And Bleed” is a powerful and exhilarating tribute showcasing the band’s exceptional musical talent and ability to infuse new life into a hardcore classic. With their unique interpretation, Zulu brings a fresh perspective to the song while staying true to its raw intensity. Zulu’s rendition of “Wait And Bleed” holds a significant place in Spotify’s commemoration of Black Music Month, in collaboration with Frequency. This special initiative aims to shine a spotlight on the remarkable diversity and immense talent… Read more »
Slipknot have shared a new EP featuring rough and alternate versions of their fascinating track “Adderall”. It’s sure to make your head spin.
Slipknot are once again dealing out the mystery with the release of a discomforting new instrumental track “Death March”. And the video is creepy as it gets.
We could go “on and on and on” about Corey Taylor, the renowned vocalist who has led Slipknot and Stone Sour to massive success over the last 20 years. On the verge of his newly-announced sophomore solo album, CMF2, expected to arrive on Sept. 15, Taylor has issued the captivating new single “Beyond.” The track showcases Taylor‘s versatility as an artist, delving into a more melodic and introspective territory compared to his heavier, metal-driven endeavors. The song immediately transports listeners to a realm of contemplatation and unity that seems forgotten in our modern society. Taylor‘s distinctive vocals, brimming with emotion… Read more »
While Vera Farmiga may be known for being a horror icon on the silver screen in ‘The Conjuring’ film franchise and ‘Bates Motel’ TV series, she also has a deep-rooted passion and connection to the music industry. Farmiga’s husband, Renn Hawkey, rose to prominence as the synthesizer player of the nu-metal group Deadsy in the mid-90s. The group worked alongside several major players within the genre including a feature with KORN’s Jonathan Davis on the track “The Key to Gramercy Park” as well as Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst directing the music video for the same single. Read more: Looks Like… Read more »
Photo via Roadrunner Records Alright so THIS is going to be wild. Slipknot have just announced a nationwide headlining tour that features A DAY TO REMEMBER, UNDEROATH, and Code Orange. These shows are guaranteed to be massive and I love the lineup for it. I feel like if you like one band, you like all of them and now with Slipknot back, it makes sense for them to tour with bands like ADTR and UO. Especially since they are massive fans (like us) of Slipknot; I remember years ago Underoath actually dressed on stage as Slipknot during one of their… Read more »
idobi photographer Crystal Huffman covered the Slipknot show in Virginia Beach at Veterans United Homeloans Amphitheater. Check out some photos from the tour below!