Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor has blasted Coldplay's music, claiming their current album Viva La Vida is "self-celebratory".
The singer, speaking on Zane Lowe's show on MTV 2, was asked to describe his thoughts on the band's current offering and launched into a foul-mouthed tirade against it. Pulling no punches, Taylor said there was absolutely nothing about Viva La Vida or Death and All His Friends that he liked. "That is one of the most self-celebratory pieces of **** I've ever ******* heard in my entire ******* life … I ******* hate that album. It's music to wipe your ass to. Go suck a ******* ****. Are you watching Martin? Suck it. Go eat a bag of ****," he stated.
Coldplay's fourth record is the fastest selling album in the UK this year, spending four weeks at number one when it was released in June. It has also topped the charts in 35 other countries, and has sold over two million copies in the US alone. (That's something to f****** suck on is it not, Taylor?)Meanwhile, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin recently told the Daily Mirror the band fall out and split up on a regular basis but usually patch up their differences pretty quickly. He revealed the last bust-up came last week when it emerged they were being sued by US rocker Joe Satriani, who claims they lifted the guitar riff from one of his songs.
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