JOEY JORDISON’s Family Marks First Anniversary Of SLIPKNOT Drummer’s Death With New Video

Late Slipknot drummer, Joey Jordison, handed away on the age of 46 on July 26, 2021. Jordison’s household has launched a video marking the primary anniversary of his passing.

A message on the NathanJonasJordison.com web site states partly:

“This is difficult. Today marks one yr since Joey left us. Our wounds from dropping him are nonetheless very recent. Our hearts are damaged and the ache is fixed. We will carry our scars eternally. Today, we bear in mind Joey, the musician, artist, jokester, son, brother, uncle and pal to many.

“To describe Joey as an inspiration is an understatement. His life was quick, however his influence was important. He made such a distinction to so many individuals and his attain prolonged far past aspiring drummers and musicians. Joey met and labored with lots of people all through his profession, together with not solely folks within the leisure business, however folks from all walks of life. He captivated everybody round him together with his genius expertise, appeal and humor. If you had the fortune of assembly him, you bear in mind how he made you’re feeling. You needed to be round him. His character was infectious. He was form and delicate and had a manner of creating you’re feeling essential.

“We will eternally miss his voice, his giggle, and goofy humorousness. If you knew Joey, you bear in mind the smart cracks, sensible jokes, impromptu skits (that simply HAD to be recorded), his superb expertise for quoting his favourite films of their entirety and, in fact, his ridiculous, made-up one-liners and catch phrases that have been so contagious, they left anybody that spent greater than 5 minutes with him spouting his foolish non-sense randomly.

“Croooooows.” “Let’s deuce!” “I need THIS!” “Dragon!”

“Then, in fact, there was the music. Joey lived in music and music lived in Joey. Joey had notes and chords taking part in in his head 24/7. When out in public, he would choose beats and rhythms out of his environment and simply begin singing. Or drumming. He had an innate skill to jot down songs on the spot. And, they have been really good songs. Catchy songs. The type of songs that might get caught in your head for days or wake you from a lifeless sleep in the midst of the evening.

“These are the things we will miss the most.”

Read extra at NathanJonasJordison.com, and watch the video under:

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