Have you ever caught yourself singing the Barbie song? What about the map song from Dora the Explorer? I am all for exposing kids to all kinds of music their entire lives, the problem is most of the music for kids is annoying to the adult ear.
Rock Sound recently conducted a very interesting interview with Shawn "Clown" Crahan of Slipknot, and asked him 8 questions that concerns Slipknot. Clown drops several "F" bombs in this interview so be careful with who is listening.
I have seen some pretty sick video's in the new year of 2013 but this video from Motionless In White entitled "America" which was directed by Shawn "Clown" Crahan of Slipknot is by my favorite music video and you have to check it out here.
The new Stone Sour video is insanely good. I'm not 100% sure I'm following the story, but it's fun to watch. Get ready for evil priests, zombies, a hippie mom, an abusive biker and a lot of exploding stuff. More after the jump.
Volume 3 was the album that broke it wide open for the masked men. The band successfully continued its transition from the scream club to regular vocals. Just that small step in the direction of melody led to Volume 3: The Subliminal Versus becoming a classic. More after the jump.
Corey Taylor was nearly expelled in Kindergarten for yelling his favorite string of swear words. The Stone Sour / Slipknot vocalist chose to share this gem during Part 1 of our exclusive interview with the modern icon, along with discussing many other topics.
Boy this is a find. It's from the Sound City documentary. Now, I just listed Corey Taylor and Dave Grohl but it also features Scott Reeder from Kyuss and a stellar performance by Rick Nielson of Cheap Trick. I got it hot and fresh and if you listen to it now you'll be amongst the first in the world to hear it. More after the jump.
Stone Sour played a special hometown show at a place called Wooly's in Des Moines, Iowa. The opening act was Painface, a band fronted by singer Anders Colsefini. Anders was the original singer for Slipknot, and he left for whatever reason he had at the time. He was replaced by Corey Taylor after his departure in 1997. The rest is rock history.
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