Taylor's Slipknot bandmate Jim Root is the latest to offer some words to You Rock, and discusses how while he's lucky to be working in a successful band, he still has to battle the "dark side of his mind" and offers advice on how he prevents that from happening, including will power and having positive outlets.
He’s apt to mention that even though he’s lucky enough to be in the position he’s in he still battles “the dark side of [his] mind” daily.He offers up some advice on how to stay out of your own head, how to avoid becoming “locked” in dark thoughts, and how he’s grown over the years.Ultimately he suggests ways to regain to control of life, mind, and willpower by keeping occupied with positive outlets. It’s clear that The You Rock Foundation goes out of its way to prove that no matter the circumstances everyone deserves a chance to be happy.Check out the video below and if you like their message visit their supporting site, the Crisis Text Line, for more ways to help cope and to find out how you can volunteer to make someone else’s life better.I'm the only woman [on tour], and it's my home and needs to be clean.
In 2014, guitarist Jim Root was kicked out of Stone Sour.
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also known by his number #4, is an American musician, songwriter and guitarist, best known for being the rhythm guitarist for the American heavy metal band Slipknot, and the former lead guitarist for the American alternative metal band Stone Sour.
from Iowa in the early 1990s, not to be confused with the hard rock band Atomic Opera from Houston, Texas.
Soon after they split up he went on to perform in bands such as Dead Front and Stone Sour; the latter which he joined in 1995, and returned to along with vocalist Corey Taylor, during its revival in 2002.