Corey Taylor: You’re Making Me Hate You (book review)

Out of all the books I’ve read, this is the one I can relate to the most. Corey Taylor does not hold back and has a lot to say about what is wrong with this society we live in today.

Taylor has plenty of super hilarious stories, which will having you literally laughing out loud. From leaving a guy on the street because he puked and shit his pants, to going to these so called hollywood parties, to just ripping Justin Bierber to shits, to what is wrong with some this newer generation of kids.

“The Neck” as so people call him, among his many other nicknames doesnt only share with us what makes him angry, Taylor also has some great advice for when you are traveling, what to and not to do when you’re at the airport. There are so many things he talks about that is hard to say a lot of them without giving his stories away.

This is honestly the funniest book I’ve read in a long, long time. And it also one I will be referring back to in the future. Seriously, go get yourself a copy of CT’s latest book, you wont regret it.

Thanks a lot to Da Capo Press for providing me with a copy of this book. Check out Their Website for some great books.


Publisher: Da Capo Press
Release Date: July 7, 2015
# of Pages: 256


Save Me From Myself (book review)

This was a short book only at 228 pages so it was a fast read, actually it only took me a few hours in all to finish it.

After all these years of being a fan of Korn I can now understand how and why he left the band. Not enough people today give Korn the credit they deserved and the obstacles they had to go through to make it.

Head’s story is very heart warming, one that will have wanting to change your life after reading it. This book has definately all of the typical stories of drugs and women and crazy stuff that happens backstage. His story goes from being in one of the biggest bands and using lots of drugs to being completely dedicated to God. Brian most definetaly makes thst known from the beginning.

While the book is short, it sheds a light on a lot of questions we (fans) had about him quitting the band. The last 3rd part of this book is completely dedicated to God, some of the work he did in India building orphanages for the poor and his baptism. And tells a detailed story how he was afraid to meet the “Head Hunters” Tribe.

I hope Head comes out with another book now that he has rejoined Korn. Maybe telling stories about being on the road now that he has been sober for many years, and how the tours are since he’s dedicated his life to God.


Publisher: HarperCollins Books
Release Date: June 24, 2008
Pages: 240