Another taste of the Sound City sessions.
Now THIS is a "supergroup"!
And Australia is to blame for setting up the collaborations.
With the likes of Slipknot, Marilyn Manson and System Of A Down causing anarchy late in the evening, it was the unlikely lunchtime slot by Steel Panther that stole the show.
Slipknot and Trivum play Soundwave eve as the maggots descent on Rod Laver Arena.
The make-up has melted (both guys and girls), and the once proud and sharp Mo-hawks are reduced to a colourful mess. The battle has been won, peace once again returns to Homebush... until next year.
They may strike fear into the hearts of church goers and mothers groups with their scary imagery and disturbing lyrics, but Slipknot are all about fun and games.
In a time that is seeing a large number Australian festivals struggle, Soundwave has excelled in all aspects.
The set lists and set highlights that we can expect from Slipknot, System Of A Down and more.
Dave Grohl sure is a busy man.
Corey Taylor chats to FL about his new book, what's on the horizon for Slipknot and Stone Sour, and the impact of the death of his former band mate Paul Gray
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