Most Interesting Metal Events In 2013MetalFoREVer1228 A lot of interesting things happened in 2013 in the metal community.
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This definitely shocked me the most. I would have never thought that Tim Lambesis, a Christian, would do something like that. Well, at least he's not Ian Watkins. I still like As I Lay Dying, Austrian Death Machine and Pyrithion and I really hope Tim gets back to making music soon. - MetalFoREVer1228
He is seen by a lot as the driving force of Slipknot, and it really sucks to know that after so many years and only 4 albums (5 if you count MFKR) Joey left the band. I'm confident, however, that they'll find a replacement and move on. There's a lot of drummers out there that are in my opinion are far better than Joey. Sorry if I offend any die-hard Slipknot fans. - MetalFoREVer1228
Sadly, one of the greatest thrash metal guitarists was lost this year. Shame too. He wrote some of Slayer's greatest songs. - MetalFoREVer1228
I'm pumped to hear their debut. Shut It Down is an amazing song. I'm glad that Howard is still making epic music with his powerful voice. - MetalFoREVer1228
Ozzy and Geezer came back for a great album. The most legendary heavy metal band of all time. - MetalFoREVer1228V 1 Comment
Lemmy has had a lot of health issues this year that caused Motörhead to cancel a bunch of shows, but nonetheless, they still released a great album. Lemmy is god! - MetalFoREVer1228
Dammit! Dave has done some of the best work with Slayer! Oh well. Paul Bostaph is a good drummer anyway. - MetalFoREVer1228
Randy is a good guy and it's good to know thy he's free. It was also nice of him to visit the victim's parents and apologize. What a great dude. - MetalFoREVer1228
What a disgrace to humanity!
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2. Joey Jordison leaves Slipknot
3. Jeff Hanneman dies