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The band’s own public statements at the time took a predictably passive course, the relatively benign implication being that Joey and his former comrades were simply heading in different creative directions and could no longer work together effectively. That’s exactly what happened and it was hurtful, man.
On January 2, 2014, he made his own statement on Facebook, making it plain that as far as he was concerned, there was no mutual agreement and he had been fired from Slipknot for reasons unknown.“I was laying in bed with my lady, I’d been in rehabilitation for my health issues but everything was good, and the next thing I know…” he pauses, visibly upset. I didn’t deserve that shit after what I’d done and everything I’d been through.”In light of revelations about his state of health at the time, it does seem an unusually abrupt way to bring such a longstanding partnership to an end.
More importantly, the world has got a few questions for the erstwhile Slipknot alumnus and the 21st century’s most celebrated percussive polymath, not least because he has been resolutely off the radar for the last few years.
The last time Metal Hammer spoke directly to Joey, he was promoting his then-newly-formed band Scar The Martyr, who released their self-titled debut album in September 2013.
Today, I can almost run, but back then I couldn’t even stand up. If I wanted to turn over in bed, I had to move my legs with my hands. Some beautiful people have helped me out and got me back stronger and taught me how to walk again, but at that moment my whole life was screwed, man.
Acute transverse myelitis is a fucked-up disease and a lot of people don’t recover from it and they’re paralysed forever.”After having braces fitted to prevent his weakened legs from buckling, Joey was finally discharged from hospital in October 2012.
“The narrative really came from me working my way through the repercussions of a really toxic relationship. I didn’t realize there was a linear message going on until we all sat down and listened to it and that made it feel like a story.This being the age of endless social media speculation, his disappearance and departure from Slipknot have been widely discussed online, one commonly espoused theory being that the diminutive drummer had gone spectacularly off the rails and was simply unable to fulfill his usual duties, thus prompting his bandmates’ decision to effect an unexpected lineup change.In truth, only Joey’s closest friends and business associates know what he’s been up to for the last couple of years, but as he warmly greets Hammer at the door of the house he shares with girlfriend Amanda in Des Moines, it’s immediately apparent that today’s interview is much more than just an opportunity to herald the arrival of not one, but two new bands and Joey’s wholesale return to action.“I’ve been through so much fucking shit over the last few years and people just don’t know.”Part Two - Struggle The news that Joey had seemingly been sacked from Slipknot came as a huge shock to everyone, even without the additional knowledge of his devastating health problems. All I got was a stupid fucking email saying that I was out of the band that I busted my ass my whole life to fucking create, you know? I can’t imagine just sending Corey or Shawn or Mick a fucking letter, without a band meeting.From the band’s enormous fanbase, through to many of us in the metal world that have always known him to be, at the very least, a wholly dedicated and passionate member of that 18-legged, arena-smashing entity, it was a wildly unexpected turn of events. We’re friends and we’ve been through so much shit together, but that was all it was, a fucking letter.
It’s abundantly clear that the extraordinary effort required to confront acute transverse myelitis and doggedly chase a light at the end of a seriously dark and bleak tunnel has taken a lot out of him, particularly on an emotional level.