SLIPKNOT Percussionist Producing New DIRTFEDD Album

According to, SLIPKNOT percussionist M. Shawn "Clown" Crahan will be teaming with Lincoln, Nebraska, band DIRTFEDD for their new album, "The American Nightmare". The recording is set to be held at Omaha's ARC Studios, which is owned by indie-rock producer Mike Mogis. "They are from the Midwest, which gives them a big advantage in how to shape their own vision, rather than get caught up in clich├ęd scenes," Crahan said. "I personally cannot wait until we give this art to the world. It's time things change."

As previously reported, SLIPKNOT singer Corey Taylor will produce the upcoming, yet-untitled WALLS OF JERICHO EP over a 14-day period next month at his home studio in Iowa. "I love this band, and the fact that [they have] trust in me makes me incredibly grateful. I'm so excited to do this," he said in a statement." The EP will be included with WALLS OF JERICHO's upcoming DVD, "Live in South America", which comes out in March.


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