SHOW US YOUR METALSUCKS: THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME EDITION
Famed metal writer and occasional MS contributor DX Ferris recently visited the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland for a photoshoot with Mushroomhead. We won’t question why DX was palling around with a bunch of near-Juggalos, but he redeemed himself by sending in this awesome shot of himself in his MS shirt, standing outside one of the Rock Hall’s prize exhibits, J.C. Unit One. The pic was taken by Johnny Angell of Concrete Productions.
Sez DX: “The motor carriage was Johnny Cash’s home away from home for the last two decades of his career, including his final tours. Cash, of course, worked with Slayer-Slipknot-Danzig-American Head Charge producer Rick Rubin to revive his recording career in the ’90s. During the production of Slipknot III: The Subliminal Verses, Rubin told Corey Taylor that Johnny Cash was every bit as heavy as Slayer — in psychic terms, at least. And he was not wrong.”
Thanks, DX, for sending us this awesome photo, for repping our brand in the great wide world of rock n’ roll, and for giving us another excuse to plug our line of t-shirts and hoodies! Anyone who sends in pics of themselves repping their MetalSucks gear is entitled to a box of CDs, posters and other goodies from the Mansion, so keep those photos coming in.