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Slipknot Prepared To Split Up After Next Few Shows

Slash Starting New Album

Joan Jett Sues To Stop Tribute Album

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Slipknot Prepared To Split Up After Next Few Shows

(Gibson) Slipknot’s Corey Taylor says the band’s upcoming festival shows will help him decide if he can continue after the death of bass player Paul Gray. According to the Daily Express, Taylor is still unsure whether the band can continue. He said: "There's a part of me that's ready and there's a part of me that's not. "I have a lot of trepidation about it. I don't know how to feel. I know a lot of the guys in the band are trying not to show that side, and I can't." Gibson Has The Story Here


Slash Starting New Album

(Gibson) Slash has announced on his Facebook page that he’s set to begin work on his new album next week alongside drummer Brent Fitz and bass player Todd Kerns. According to Blabbermouth the guitar great wrote on Facebook that he is: “really looking forward to it.” Gibson Has The Story Here


Joan Jett Sues To Stop Tribute Album

(Yahoo!) Joan Jett loves rock and roll, but not on a tribute album she says an ex-employee put together without her permission. The "I Love Rock N' Roll" singer-guitarist and 1970s bandmate Cherie Currie sued Thursday to try to stop the June 28 release of "Take It or Leave It: A Tribute to the Queens of Noise," an intended homage to the Runaways, the punk bank that launched their careers and helped light a path for other brash, hard-edged female rock groups. Yahoo! Has The Story Here