Slipknot guitarist Jim Root made Corey Taylor shut up onstage while he was talking between songs recently by beginning to shred on guitar. Taylor seemed to be annoyed, making a joke about nearly being stung by a bee. Corey Taylor’s Slipknot mask was sold for a massive price on eBay.
rsamkhani9 posted on Reddit, “Corey Taylor randomly being interrupted by Jims shredding. Had me rolling.”
Nottherealsal55 commented, “Corey looks like the Stay Puff Marshmallow Man suffering from an Allergic reaction.” Not_Life said, “He looked so offended, this is tragic.” NightmareKitty1982 chimed in, “Ha! I fucking love it! I bet Jim’s telling Corey to be quite He’s ready to jam out….”
Do you think Jim annoyed Corey? Let us know in the comments section! A Slipknot member was recently stunned by a disgusting Corey Taylor insult. Slipknot percussionist Jay Weinberg recently discussed his most reliable gear in a new SDM interview.
“My most reliable piece of gear, I’d say probably my snare drum. It’s a 48-ply Maple shell with two vents to make it even more crazy-loud. That’s been a staple of my kit. I change things over the years, I use really shallow kick drums now, they’re, like, 14 inches shallow as opposed to my usual, like, 20 inches deep.
So, I change some stuff, I change my cymbals every now or then, like, every tour I put up a different cymbal set or something, but my snare has been with me for quite a bit, and it’s a staple part of my sound.”
Corey Taylor ripped new Slipknot member stupidity a few days ago. Weinberg also discussed the heaviest bands he listened to when he was younger. “When I was a kid, truthfully, getting into Slipknot at the age that I did, that seemed like the heaviest stuff on Earth to me. I feel like as a listener and someone who really studies music and loves music, I think it’s our duty to just keep like digging and digging and use certain bands as certain entry points in certain music. Slipknot was that for me, and then I would dive deeper and learn, like, ‘Okay, what’s this? This drum fill came from ‘Angel of Death’ by Slayer. Who’s Slayer? Who’s on tour with Slayer?’, and stuff like that.
So that’s how that went on for me. When I was a kid, I got into Cannibal Corpse pretty early, I guess, like, when I was 14 or so. I was a big fan of Converge and Neurosis when I was 15-16, and that’s the stuff that sticks with me to this day. My tastes haven’t changed since I was a kid. I was raised in a diverse musical family, so it was as important to listen to Bob Dylan and The Who and stuff as it was to listen to Slipknot and Slayer.” Ultimate-Guitar transcribed his remarks.