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Joey Jordison Still Views Ex-Slipknot Bandmates As Brothers

01-31-2017
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Former Slipknot star Joey Jordison has changed his views about his former bandmates who reportedly fired him via email in 2013. He now says he sees them as "brothers forever."

Jordison revealed to Metal Hammer last year that at the time of his firing he was suffering from a rare nervous system disease that made it impossible to play drums.

He reflected on his former bandmates in a new interview on the One On One with Mitch Lafon podcast. He said, "Without Slipknot, I would not necessarily be where I am today.

"And all those guys and everyone that I worked with, wrote with, all the producers, all the albums, all the tours, everything that we did - I can never in a million years compact it into an interview right now of the great things that we did together. I would not trade them for the world. Those guys are my brothers forever. I love them very much, and I wish them well."

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