Slipknot Won't Replace Paul Gray (Top Story)

Slipknot Won't Replace Paul Gray was a top story in July. Here it is again as we recap 2010: When John Bonham died, the other members of Led Zeppelin decided it wouldn't be right to carry on as a band with another member taking his place. Apparently Slipknot feels the same way but they still plan to carry on instead of breaking up like Zeppelin.

Rock Radio reports: Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison says the band will continue without tragic bassist Paul Gray, and won't replace him with a new full-time member.

Instead band members will play bass on new studio recordings, and they'll look at options for a touring musician when the time comes. But frontman Corey Taylor, who plays Sonisphere this weekend, is less clear on the band's future. -

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