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Tag Archives: Christian Martucci

Black Star Riders guitarist Damon Johnson quits, replacement announced

Posted by on September 17, 2018

Black Star Riders guitarist Damon Johnson has decided to leave the band at the end of this year to focus on his solo career and session work. The group announced Stone Sour’s Christian Martucci will be his replacement starting on January 1st, 2019. The group shared the following statement: “Black Star Riders are proud to […]

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Photos: Corey Taylor plays intimate acoustic gig at NYC’s Irving Plaza, 8/9/17

Posted by on August 10, 2017

  Last night was a special one for rock and metal fans around the New York area. Corey Taylor, who’s currently on tour in support of both Stone Sour’s Hydrograd and his just-released book, America 51: A Probe into the Realities That Are Hiding Inside “The Greatest Country in the World, stopped by Irving to play an […]

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Stream Corey Taylor’s Cover of “Rainbow In The Dark”

Posted by on March 26, 2014

The latest track made available for streaming from the upcoming all-star Dio tribute album This Is Your Life is “Rainbow In The Dark”, with Corey Taylor, Roy Mayorga (Stone Sour), Satchel (Steel Panther), Christian Martucci, and Jason Christopher. It premiered on Revolver and the result is a real solid cover. Taylor commented on the cover: “Ronnie was the […]

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New Dio tribute album “This Is Your Life” features Metallica, Rob Halford, Anthrax, and more

Posted by on February 6, 2014

We’ve seen a few different tributes to Ronnie James Dio ever since he died of stomach cancer on May 16, 2010, but this is a doozy. A new all-star tribute album titled This Is Your Life is coming via Rhino set to release on April 1, 2014 (and if you think it’s April Fools, the mob rules). […]

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Jim Root sitting out Stone Sour tour to write Slipknot album

Posted by on December 3, 2013

It now looks more probably than ever that there could well be a new Slipknot album in 2014. Stone Sour has announced a headlining tour that will start in January and run through February 15th. The tour, which also features Pop Evil and Stolen Babies, will be taking place without guitarist Jim Root. The reason? […]

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