Sure, Joey Jordison is best known as the drummer of Slipknot (and to some as the mastermind of Murderdolls). However, Jordison has also become a go to drummer for session work and tours. Most notably, the drummer was recruited by the likes of Rob Zombie, Korn, Ministry, and Satyricon for multiple tours over the years. Zombie also had Jordison perform on four new songs that were included on the rerelease of Hellbilly Deluxe 2, and also played on numerous tracks on Otep’s House of Secrets. It’s also safe to say that Jordison became Metallica’s top pick for temporary drummer when he and Dave Lombardo filled in for an ill Lars Ulrich at Download Festival 2004.
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