New video of JOEY JORDISON’s final resting place uploaded

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The Youtube the Swollpac channel uploaded a new video recently NOOSE drummer Joey JordanThe final resting place at Highland Memory Gardens Cemetery in Des Moines, Iowa.

Joey died “peacefully in his sleep” on July 26, 2021 of an unspecified cause.

In JordisonThe official obituary announcing services at Highland Memory Gardens says he was born April 26, 1975, in Des Moines and grew up in Waukee, Iowa with his father, Steve Jordanhis mother, Jackie and two younger sisters, Katie (Shaun) and Anne (Chris).

Joey leaves to mourn his parents, his sisters, his brother, Lukas Jordanthree nephews (Jonah, Jude, Wine) and a niece (Annela), A grandmother (Kay Williams) and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

On the occasion of the first anniversary of JoeyLast month, his family publicly shared a video that was edited for his memorial to mark the occasion.

According to an article on the NathanJonasJordison.com website, the 15-minute video “shows him off as a brilliant musician, as well as the incredible human he was to us. We wanted to share him with the people who mattered to us.” Joey most: his fans.

“The songs that accompany the photos in this video include some of the Joey“, adds the message. “He referenced these songs in numerous interviews he gave during his career when asked about the songs and artists that played a role in his formation as a musician. The one that hits hardest is ZEPPELIN LED‘s, ‘In my time to die’named by Joey like the song he wanted to play at his funeral.”

NOOSE announced its split with Jordison in December 2013 but did not reveal the reasons for its release. The drummer then released a statement saying he had not left the band.

A few years ago, Jordison overcame the neurological disease acute transverse myelitis, an inflammation of the spinal cord that damages nerve fibers, which ultimately led to the batsman temporarily losing the use of his legs.

Jordison and the members of NOOSE had been silent and evasive about his reasons for being fired from the group, but Joey finally spoke about it in 2016 by accepting an award at Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards in London, England.

Last February, NOOSE leader Corey Taylor says that JordisonHis death broke his heart. “It hit me hard, even though I hadn’t seen or spoken to it in a very long time,” he said during a question-and-answer session at the annual meeting. crazy monster party fan convention. “And I won’t go into some things, but I will say it hit us all very hard. The first person I called was Clown [SLIPKNOT percussionist M. Shawn Crahan] to make sure he was okay. ‘Cause these guys…I remember going down and seeing them both at the gas station that Joey worked at – like, way at the time. And he worked nights. When I wasn’t working at the porn store, I was going downstairs. And they were still plotting; they always sat together intriguing. It’s, like, ‘I have this fucking idea. OK? We’re gonna set our faces on fire. And I was, like, ‘No. You’re really not going to do that.'”

He continued: “All that history and all the memories came back at the time. And his health was obviously part of it. And it was sad because that man was probably one of the most gifted people I’ve ever had. never seen in my life… It was way, way too soon. And it broke my heart. Regardless of what happened between us, it broke my heart. It was hard… is still hard to think. I think about it now and it doesn’t feel real. So it hit us just as hard. This is one of the reasons why we honor him andPaul [Gray, late SLIPKNOT bassist] at the end of [each SLIPKNOT] show – to make sure people realize that even though he was gone, he’s still part of the family, and he always will be.”

Corey previously opened on Joeythe death of during a September 2021 appearance on SiriusXMit is “Trunk Nation with Eddie Trunk”. At the time he said: “Our first concern was obviously his family so we got in touch immediately to make sure they were ok, to let them know if they needed anything from us, they absolutely could ask.

“It’s a fucking tragedy” taylor continued. “He was way too young and he had way too much talent to lose it like that.

“I know a lot of people are wondering about the circumstances that led to him not being in the band anymore, and it’s, like, we’re not going to talk about that, because I’d rather talk about his legacy, which is to say, he helped create this band that we all fought to keep there and continue.

“Just the fact that he’s not here now, it’s still – I still can’t believe it,” Corey added.

In 2014, taylor Told metal hammer this shot Jordison after 18 years was “one of the hardest decisions” the band has ever made, adding that Joey is “at a place in his life” that is “not where we are”.

taylor said he couldn’t go into detail for legal reasons, but admitted: ‘It’s when a relationship hits that T-section and one person goes one way and you go the other And try as best you can to get them to go your way or try to go their way, at some point you’ve got to go in the direction that’s right for you. This is me speaking in the broadest terms, in Regarding Joey. I guess to sum it up, it was one of the hardest decisions we’ve ever made.”

taylor said the band is “happy right now and we hope they are… they’re just at one place in their life, right now, that’s not where we are.”

Four years ago, Joey revealed that he was working on his very first book.

In 2018, Jordison completed a European tour with international death metal supergroup SINSAENUM.

The same year it came out NOOSE, Jordison started the group SCAR THE MARTYR and then, VIMIC.

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