The Monster Energy Roast on the Range with Corey Taylor took place May 15 at the LC Pavilion May in Columbus, Ohio. Nearly a dozen musicians and comedians — led by Sebastian Bach — honored (and bashed) the Slipknot and Stone Sour vocalist.
Today, GuitarWorld.com and RevolverMag.com share the exclusive U.S. premiere of Corey Taylor's new version of Dio's "Rainbow in the Dark." The track, which you can dig into below, is from a new Dio tribute album, Ronnie James Dio: This Is Your Life, which will be released April 1. You can check out the complete track and artist listing below.
Corey Taylor of Slipknot and Stone Sour has no problem going acoustic. In fact, he’s played loads of acoustic covers, and we must say, he sounds downright bitchin’. Here Taylor tackles the classic Black Sabbath track “Paranoid.”
The third annual event in Revolver and Guitar World’s Rock & Roll Roast Comedy Series — and first to take place in the heartland — launches the weekend-long festivities for Rock On The Range (May 16 to 18), which last year drew rock fans from around the country to Columbus Crew Stadium with more than 105,000 tickets sold.
Below, check out a pro-shot clip of Geezer Butler, Zakk Wylde, Anthrax's Charlie Benante and Slipknot's Corey Taylor performing Black Sabbath's "Fairies Wear Boots" at this month's Bass Player Live! event in Los Angeles.
Today, GuitarWorld.com presents an exclusive video of Corey Taylor recording Stone Sour's recent House of Gold & Bones albums. The video shows him working hard on Part 1, which was released last October, and Part 2, which came out this past Tuesday, April 9.
Another track from Dave Grohl's upcoming Sound City project has made its way to YouTube. The new song, "From Can To Can't," features Grohl collaborating with Corey Taylor of Slipknot. You can listen to the song, which is available now via iTunes, via the YouTube player below.
Corey Taylor, the Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman, has announced a new project with Dark Horse Comics — House of Gold & Bones. With covers by Jason Shawn Alexander (Empty Zone, Abe Sapien), this limited four-issue series marks Taylor’s debut in the comics genre.