COREY TAYLOR Prefers Las Vegas To Los Angeles
According to The Pulse Of Radio, STONE SOUR/SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor admits in a new chat with Noisecreep that he prefers Las Vegas, where he lives now, to Los Angeles, saying, "I've have a love/hate relationship with L.A. for a long time," he says. "There have been times where I've stayed there where I've had an absolutely great time. But there have been times where I've had to deal with people in the entertainment industry where I'm like, 'Are you real? Or are you just a character in some horrible movie?' Yeah, it gets weird like that there at times. All that said, I have a lot of great friends there and I still love visiting it."
Taylor will return to Los Angeles this Thursday (May 2), when he and STONE SOUR perform at the fifth annual Revolver Golden Gods Awards. The band is also up for three prizes at the event, in the categories of "Album Of The Year", "Best Vocalist" and "Best Drummer".
Taylor said about the show, "I think the Grammys have spent so much time ignoring heavy metal that we all said, 'screw it,' and started our own awards show."
The Golden Gods Awards will also feature performances and/or appearances from METALLICA, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH, HALESTORM, Gene Simmons, Lemmy Kilmister, Alice Cooper, Marilyn Manson, Jason Newsted, Munky and Brian "Head" Welch of KORN, David Draiman and more.
STONE SOUR has been on the Road To The Golden Gods tour for this past month with IN THIS MOMENT. Following the awards show, STONE SOUR will play a handful of U.S. dates before heading to Japan for that country's first-ever Ozzfest on May 12, followed by a month-long European festival run in June.
Taylor moved to Vegas a little while back and told The Pulse Of Radio why he chose to live in Sin City. "My wife's family all mainly live here, and we were looking for another place and it just made sense, you know," he said. "And it's a beautiful city, the people here are really, really great, and I've been doing more and more work here, so it just kind of made sense, you know."
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