SLIPKNOT Frontman Performing 'Clown' With KORN: Video Available

June 27, 2006

A video clip of SLIPKNOT/STONE SOUR singer Corey Taylor joining KORN on the main stage of Day 2 of the U.K.'s Download Festival on June 10 for a rendition of the song "Clown" has been posted online at

As previously reported, KORN frontman Jonathan Davis was unable to play the show after being taken ill, and KORN ended up using a variety of guests during the concert, including singers from SLIPKNOT, AVENGED SEVENFOLD, DEVILDRIVER, SKINDRED and TRIVIUM.

In related news, STONE SOUR's new single, "Through Glass", is available for listening in streaming audio at this location (Windows Media). The track comes off the band's upcoming sophomore album, "Come What(ever) May", due in the U.S. on August 1. The CD was recorded at a Los Angeles studio with producer Nick Raskulinecz (FOO FIGHTERS, VELVET REVOLVER) and marks the group's first effort since the departure of drummer Joel Ekman. Ekman has since been replaced by Roy Mayorga, who had previously played with SOULFLY in addition to recently completing a European tour with SEPULTURA. A STONE SOUR e-card for "Come What(ever) May" has been launched at this location. The tracks "Reborn", "30/30-150", and "Through Glass" can be heard on the e-card, and the video for "30/30-150" is also available for viewing. The clip, which was shot in Los Angeles with director Paul Brown (MÖTLEY CRÜE, OTEP),received a "Headbanger's Ball" premiere on June 3.

STONE SOUR's new album will follow up the group's 2002 self-titled debut, which went gold and featured the hit single, "Bother".


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