Murderdolls certainly are a cooperation between Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison (who also moved to guitar because of this task) and Static-X guitarist Tripp Eisen. Getting somewhere within the intense throb of rap-metal as well as the dynamic charge of hardcore punk, Murderdolls created once the two toured collectively through the 1999 Ozzfest. Drafting vocalist Wed 13, bassist Eric Griffin, and drummer Ben Graves in to the blend, the band documented and released Beyond the Valley from the Murderdolls in 2002. The recording sold modestly in the us, and charted within the U.K. and Japan, but by 2004 the group was with an indefinite hiatus. Murderdolls came back this year 2010, although without Griffin or Graves, and released their second studio room recording, Women and Kids Last, which presented guest guitar focus on two slashes from Mötley Crüe’s Mick Mars.