“Yes, Ma’am,” Holmes replies, clearly intoxicated.“Do you drink very much?”“Pardon?”“Do you drink very much?”“Uh, yes,” he replies, “I’m a full-blown alcoholic.”
Although he’s best known for his tenure in Slipknot, Jordison was a prolific musician who played in a bevy of other projects throughout his fruitful career. In 2001, he co-founded the horror-punk band the Murderdolls, which was technically a revival of a local band he played in years before dubbed The Rejects.
Jordison put down his sticks to play guitar in Murderdolls, and he recruited fellow horror-punk figure Wednesday 13 to be the band’s lead singer. They were only active for a sporadic handful of years due to Jordison’s priorities in Slipknot, but they released an album called Beyond the Valley of the Murderdolls in 2002 and a follow-up called Women and Children Last in 2010 that earned their own cult following.