Dave Grohl assembled his odd supergroup for a wicked soundtrack to his upcoming documentary, Sound City, then added some performance dates at the Sundance Film Festival. They’ve now added a show at the Hollywood Palladium, with tickets going on sale today. Somewhere along the way, one of the songs that isn’t Paul McCartney and the Nirvana boys leaked online; in response, the Sound City page posted the high quality version.
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Full Details Regarding “Real to Reel,” The Soundtrack For Dave Grohl’s “Sound City” Documentary Revealed
The artist credits read like a who’s who of classic and contemporary rock royalty. People like Paul McCartney (shocker), Stevie Nicks of Fleetwood Mac, Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick, Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, Corey Taylor of Slipknot/Stone Sour, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear of Nirvana are just some of the more famous featured performers.…
Artist: Stone Sour
Album: “House of Gold and Bones Part 1”
Genre: Alt-metal, hard rock
Stone Sour’s House of Gold and Bones (Part 1) has all the hallmarks of an event, but somehow it feels like a non-event. It’s a fine record, but not in a showy or extravagant way – rather, its cutting, clinical precision is what gives it an air of accomplishment, neither excessive nor modest but dead on the mark. It’s as if the band conceived of each song in its entirety and moulded them carefully together to create something just as proficient in …
Stone Sour‘s own Corey Taylor has unveiled the news that the band will be releasing their forthcoming album, House of Gold and Bones, in two parts (Part 1 & Part 2).
Part 1 will be released on October 12 and Part 2 will find a drop date in 2013, that is still to be determined. This double album was produced by David Bottrill (Tool, Mudvayne). Read more in Taylor’s official statement seen below.
“I promised today you’d get the explanation to HoGaB. Well, today that’s exactly what you get. Got a lot of info coming- please retweet. The …
NME is reporting that metalcore Gods Slipknot will be entering the studio in early 2013 to begin work on their first album since the death of Paul Gray.
News of the new album’s imminent creation broke earlier today during an interview the news publication did with Slipknot member Sid Wilson. When asked about the group’s future plans, Wilson replied:
“We’ve got Mayhem Festival this summer and, after we break for winter and Stone Sour are done with their tour, we’ll be back in the kitchen with Slipknot. Actually before Stone Sour finish touring we’ll be in the studio preparing for …
This past couple years for Corey Taylor have been a wild ride of self-discovery and mid-life chaos but he is still poised to continue his musical career. He recently discussed the future for his band Stone Sour and plans to put out a “double concept album,” with no intention to reveal dates anytime soon. Corey also went into detail about still mourning his best friend, and Slipknot bassist, Paul Gray.
Loudwire spoke to Taylor about his future plans for Stone Sour/Slipknot and can be read by simply looking below. Are you excited for what is next from this great artist?…
Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor is currently on his US solo tour, An Evening With Corey Taylor, to promote the release of his book Seven Deadly Sins. At his stop in Dallas, TX the singer was fired some questions about legendary producer Rick Rubin, which Taylor felt the need to be completely honest about. The honesty revealing that he absolutely hated working with Rubin.
Rubin has produced many legendary albums such as: Slayer’s Reign In Blood, Jay-Z’s Black Album and Johnny Cash’s American series, to name a few.
The entire statement can be read below.
“That’s a dangerous, …
He’s either losing his mind or finally letting us see the real him, but Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor is definitely a bit weird.
Yesterday we brought you news of Taylor’s upcoming acoustic/spoken word solo tour, but we somehow missed the accompanying promotional video. It finally caught our eyes this morning and we laughed too hard to not share.
For anyone that’s witnessed Taylor’s other homemade video, this one will probably still rank stranger than those. Either way, we’re excited for this tour and hope to see some of you in attendance as well. Click through and enjoy.
One of rock’s most prolific frontmen in recent memory, Corey Taylor, has announced a solo tour for Winter 2011.
It’s hard to believe between Stone Sour’s rising mainstream exposure and the flood of Slipknot album rumors that Taylor has time for this outing, but he’s going out regardless. The run will start in early December and and cross the entire nation. You can view the full routing after the jump.
According to the press release, “An evening with Corey Taylor” will include music and spoken word segments. Does this appeal to anyone? Let us know, below.