Slipknot

Corey Taylor plays intimate, COVID safe show for 12 lucky fans

Corey Taylor treated 12 lucky fans to a small, socially distanced solo show in a Los Angeles dive bar, last week. It was a raffle access concert to benefit the Sweet Relief COVID-19 fund, providing financial help to music industry workers.
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Watch Slipknot stop baby's tantrum, lull her to awesomeness

Slipknot wouldn’t be the first lullaby of choice for most parents dealing with a fussy baby. But that’s not the case for one Reddit user who was able to subdue his infants caterwauling with the band’s soothing speed metal.
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Slipknot is selling masks just in time for Halloween

Slipknot is ready to make your COVID-19 Halloween a lot scarier (and perhaps safer?) offering band masks from the We Are Not Your Kind era. There are nine face coverings in all. Each one represents an individual band member.
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Pet store drug dealers just one of the ways Corey Taylor admits he lost money

Corey Taylor should be low on your list of people with great financial advice. It’s easy to come to this conclusion after the Slipknot frontman recently talked with Men’s Health magazine about erratic spending habits early in his career.
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Corey Taylor now has his own 'CMFT' wrestling video game

Corey Taylor is translating his love of wrestling into a new online video game promoting his latest album CMFT. The Slipknot frontman enters the ring to contest virtual rivals while jamming out to tracks from his latest release.
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Corey Taylor shares how a 'dad joke' became a pay-per-view concert

Corey Taylor announced a new rock show to promote his upcoming debut solo album CMFT, loaded with pyrotechnics, professional lights, a dance troupe and empty stadium.
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Corey Taylor says 'f*** off' to cancel culture: 'you don't get to cancel me'

Corey Taylor lashed out against the online social phenomena known as “Cancel Culture,” telling publication Kerrang! in a recent interview “it’s the egotism of a horde.”
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The roadies behind Linkin Park and Slipknot are ready to step into the spotlight

Roadies from iconic groups like Slipknot, Linkin Park, Deftones, Fall Out Boy and Guns N’ Roses have joined forces to rock under the band name “Knifes.”
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I'm Listening: Corey Taylor encourages strength through crises

Slipknot lead singer Corey Taylor uses his platform encouraging fans to be more vocal about their needs. “I’ve been a massive advocate for a very long time, trying to get people to understand that we need to lift that stigma,” he told RADIO.COM.
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Slipknot, Volbeat, and More Mourn the Death of Power Trip Singer Riley Gale

Riley Gale, singer of Dallas thrash band Power Trip, passed away on Monday at the age of 34. Well-loved among his contemporaries, news of his death has brought emotional statements from many including members of Anthrax, Volbeat, Lamb Of God and more
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