Slipknot Discuss First Show Since Paul Gray's Death

(Gibson) Slipknot fans will be treated to an amazing show when Slipknot return to performing live this summer, according to drummer Joey Jordison. The percussionist talked to Kerrang! magazine about the band's first concerts without bassist Paul Gray, who died last year.

"[The concerts] will be the ultimate triumph," he said. "I'm already just thinking about... when we step onto that [expletive] stage, the eight of us... I don't even know if we're gonna make it through one song. We might destroy everything."

But Jordison also acknowledged that playing without Gray was not going to be easy. "It's going to be bizarre. I think, honestly, Paul's with us in spirit... It's going to be a really, really explosive show," he said. "It's gonna be good for all of us... I think Sonisphere is going to be an exorcism." more on this story

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