Corey Taylor Slammed One Time Slash Collaborator Adam Levine
Corey Taylor destroyed Adam Levine on Twitter recently! Levine collaborated with Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash on his 2010 solo album on the song “Gotten’.
Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine claimed that rock music is nowhere anymore and that “rock is dead”. In a recent interview the overrated musician gave he said the following:
“Rock music is nowhere, really. I don’t know where it is. If it’s around, no one’s invited me to the party.
All of the innovation and the incredible things happening in music are in hip-hop.It’s better than everything else. Hip-hop is weird and avant-garde and flawed and real, and that’s why people love it.”
A fan retweeted Adam Levine’s statement and wrote:
“Since when has maroon 5 been rock ever? This comment angers me so much i need @CoreyTaylorRock to rip him a new one or something”
Corey Taylor responded:
“Just because you claim to have ‘Moves Like Jagger’ doesn’t mean you come anywhere CLOSE to ROCKING like Jagger. Tell that schmuck to go back to The expletive ‘Voice’”
Stone Sour and Anthrax’s producer Jay Ruston has shared his thoughts about Adam Levine’s statement on Twitter and said:
“When Adam Levine or anyone else in that genre can consistently sell out stadiums around the world like Metallica, Muse, Slipknot, Iron Maiden, Rammstein, AC/DC, Guns N Roses and the Rolling Stones then I’ll care what he has to say about the death of rock.”
Click here to Adam Levine’s entire interview.
Slash Checks Out Safari with Girlfriend Meegan Hodges
Slash went on safari with his girlfriend Meegan Hodges while Guns N’ Roses stopped over in South Africa. Check out the photos below!
Thanks to Meegan for this awesome pic of Slash in South Africa! pic.twitter.com/eulB9LcXSk
— Slash News (@SlashNews1) November 28, 2018
Chris Slade Discusses His Last Phone Conversation with Malcolm Young
Former AC/DC drummer Chris Slade spoke in an interview with EonMusic and remembered the last phone call he got from late AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young.
According to statement, Malcolm Young was called him to ask return to the band. Because in those days, Phil was kicked out of the band.
Here’s the statement:
“I got a call from Malcolm saying, ‘We’re going to try Phil out,’. ‘Apparently he’s straightened himself up, and we’re going to try him out.’ And I went, ‘Well, I’m gone then, Malcolm … ’ And he said, ‘No, no, we want you to stay on; we don’t even know if he can play drums anymore, because it’s been a while.’
And I said, ‘And you’re going to try him out?’ And he said, ‘Yeah, well, we’ve talked to him.’ And I said, ‘Well, I’m gone, and if he can’t play drums, that’s your problem now, Malcolm.’”
Slade insisted on resigning “there and then” despite Young’s offer to keep paying him. Asked if he’d been happy with the situation, he said:
“No, I wasn’t. After that I didn’t touch a drumstick for three years. It just knocked me back. I thought, ‘You do your best – as I always do, as I always have – and it’s not appreciated,’ and I thought, ‘I’ve had enough of this business.’”
AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young has passed away on November 18, 2017. According to recent rumors, AC/DC’s new album will feature Malcolm’s rhythm guitar records.