Interview: Joey Jordison of Murderdolls talks "Women and Children Last"
Mon, 30 Aug 2010 15:30:17
Murderdolls might just resuscitate rock 'n' roll with Women and Children Last.
Their sophomore album is thrash-ed out, fist-pumping sleaze rock at its finest. In fact, this is just what a world plagued by the safe rock of Kings of Leon and pretense of Lady Gaga so desperately cries out for. Murderdolls will make your girlfriend get nasty, drink all your beer and have you singing along to every word. Just crank "Drug Me to Hell," "Bored 'Til Death" or "My Dark Place Alone" for proof.
For Murderdolls instrumental genius Joey Jordison there was one common goal that he and singer Wednesday 13 shared. He reveals, "We knew we wanted to get really evil."
"Evil" doesn't even begin to describe the metallic maelstrom that is "Chapel of Blood." It'll haunt churches just like Hell Awaits but cause headbanging like classic Marilyn Manson.
Jordison also shouted out some homies, singing praises for Korn's new Roadrunner Records release, Korn III — Remember Who You Are. He adds, "I love every Korn record; they never disappoint. Their new record is awesome."
Jordison spent some time bashing out Korn classics with the band in 2007, but how sick would a Korn and Murderdolls tour be?
Joey Jordison sat down for an exclusive interview with ARTISTdirect.com editor and Dolor author Rick Florino about making Women and Children Last, "Chapel of Blood," rocking with Korn and so much more.
Watch the interview below!
Have you heard Women and Children Last yet? What's your favorite Murderdolls song?