KoRn recently kicked off their 2017 touring season, including a double appearance at the House of Blues venue in Anaheim, CA on Sunday (6) and Monday (7). On their first night in Anaheim, the band brought on Slipknot/Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor to share vocals with Jonathan Davis during the song that he appeared with them on the band’s The Serenity of Suffereing, “A Different World.” While the friendship and chemistry between the two were visible on the stage, Taylor took a moment to announce the upcoming KoRn and Stone Sour summer tour.
Watch the clip below:
Speaking of Stone Sour and Slipknot, the increasingly unhinged Puddle of Mudd frontman Wes Scantlin went on a random rant at a recent gig on March 4 in Lynchburg VA with Saving Abel & Tantric. Rockfeed reports that during the performance of their hit song “Blurry,” Scantlin rambled about his love for Slipknot and Stone Sour, admitting his feelings for them including, “they are a force to be reckoned with,” stating
“Stone Sour I love you guys, I love you, you guys are great.”
After confessing his love for Stone Sour he looked into the crowd and shouted, “God bless us all.” Scantlin continued to mumble and you then hear him saying,
“I should’ve been there for you dawg. I’m gonna miss Paul from Slipknot, I’m going to miss the lead singer from Drowning Pool for the rest of my life.”
It should be noted that nobody from Stone Sour was in the crowd at the time. But at least he didn’t accuse anyone of stealing his house this time, so he’s got that going for him.
Watch the clip below (7:20 mark):