Plus how MILEY CYRUS almost spilled the beans early; and the initial shock and enduring impact of the Black Album. “I wouldn’t have wished it on a better band. They deserved all of it.”
Twiztid join Alicia Atout to talk about hustling like crazy, their unlikely prescriptions in life, writing “screw you” anthems, having a blast at Astronomicon, action figures, and more on this episode of Knotfest Daily.
Taylor talks about his formative teenaged loves, including Headbangers Ball and The Young Ones; great riffs; and the parallels between Metallica and Slipknot. “One of the first songs that I ever learned how to play on guitar was ‘Enter Sandman.’ I’ve played Metallica in almost every band that I’ve been in. It’s always just been there.”
COREY TAYLOR remembers when SLIPKNOT met METALLICA, back in July 2000 (“we were so excited to be in the same room with them); supporting METALICA in 2004; and the incredible night the late JOEY JORDISON filled in for Lars Ulrich, with his brothers behind him.
Jason discusses the process of writing “My Friend Of Misery” diving into what James and Lars liked about the tune. While also digging into the original release date of the record and the shows the band was playing at the time.
AJ Channer dives into kicking off their leg of the KoRn tour, promoting a positive message in their music, and having a space to vent life’s frustrations in a constructive way.