Friday, October 31, 2014

Slipknot's Corey Taylor on Joey Jordison: "We just weren't able to work anymore"

During an appearance on "The Jasta Show", Corey Taylor declined to go into specifics about the reasons for Joey Jordison's dismissal, explaining: "There's legalities, but at the same time people need to realize this, there's respect. I'm not gonna talk about Joey's life, because it's not my place, and people need to realize that. If Joey wants to talk about the situation, he can. I can only talk about how it pertains to this band, and the only way I've been able to sum it up and this is the broadest term, is that sometimes you're on the same road, and you'll reach a T section, and sometimes you turn together, and sometimes you split. And this time we split. It was just that simple. We just weren't able to work anymore. And that's it."

Official video of Epica's song “Victims of Contingency”

Below the official video of Epica's song “Victims of Contingency” from the album “The Quantum Enigma”.

The Ghost B.C's watch

Ghost BC and Vannen Watches have agreed to the sale of a limited edition watch to 150 pieces for $ 65 on Below the photo

Video - Papa Roach plays live the new song “Face Everything And Rise”

Papa Roach will release the new single "Face Everything And Rise" on November 4. Below an amateur video from the Berlin concert where the band presented the single.

Preview of the new Foo Fighters song "Congregation"

Below a preview of the new Foo Fighters song "Congregation" from the album “Sonic Highways“ release on November 10 via Roswell/RCA.

Van Halen's Sammy Hagar available to share the stage with Diamond Dave

Van Halen's Sammy Hagar have made an interview with Rolling Stone, he talks about a Van Halen reunion and more. Below an excerpt:

Do you see any scenario where you'd play with them again?

"I would play with anybody that loves me and that I love. That would include Van Halen, but the love's not there right now. I do love those guys. We really bumped heads on the last tour [in 2004.] Anyone that saw that last tour or read my book knows that I'm not gonna take any blame 'cause there's no blame to give me. I went out and did my job probably better than anyone else in that band. Anyone that saw the show, I think, would agree with me."

Appeal to the Metallica's fans for the deluxe editions of "Kill 'Em All" and "Ride The Lightning"

Metallica have launched an appeal to their fans for the deluxe editions / remastered Kill 'Em All (1983) and Ride The Lightning (1984).
Below the statement of the band: