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The well-known frontman of Slipknot and Stone Sour, Corey Taylor’s beloved son, Griffin Parker Taylor shared a new story and hammered the people who call him a bad slur and criticize the LGBTQ community on his official Instagram page. Slipknot singer Corey Taylor ‘freaked out’ at a big name recently. Griffin slammed people who harass him by ripping his dad.

“To the people who call me a [censored word] and say my dad f***ed up raising me. Just because I’m gay doesn’t mean I can’t **** your ******* ***** in *****!”

Fans of Slipknot discussed the song “Only One” off the band’s 1999 self-titled solo album and it’s legacy in a new topic within the group’s subreddit.

SlitThroatCutCreator wrote: “That grunt before he says, ”death is mine, give me mine” gets me every time. His scream that goes along with it kills. I love when that riff changes too when he says, ”I can only die over time.” That intro is sick as hell and that drum solo is insane. I’d like to hear how Jay plays that. At the end as they scream the chorus it sounds like an apocalypse.

If Corey rapped again like he did on that Tech N9ne track I bet it’d be a lot better this time coming around. I mean, Spit It Out and No Life have rapping in them too so I think this fits in pretty well on the album. One of my top favorites from them and probably my favorite on this album. PAIN, MADE TO ORDER! is one of the best lyrics ever. Corey coming for that ass.”

This Slipknot member’s emotional cancer photo was recently revealed. Ammymo103 mentioned: “Pretty alright song. It’s evident that it’s a “later in the album track.” Basically meaning “Oh, we made our point, now let’s just meander a bit”

Although I do like it, I prefer the Crowz demo with the funk intro and Corey on vocals. But lyrically I like the album version more. I don’t know, for an “early” Slipknot song it sounds the most “slapped together for the album” out of all the tracks.”

Ciilk said: “Updated version of the MFKR demo. This version is much better, but it’s still kind of a “meh” song to me. I always thought the first line was “Brain! Mighty warrior!”

This song has one of the best screams Corey has ever done; 0:51 – “Silence for my revelry!” is a scream that he hardly ever does, and it reminds me of Solway Firth. The entire section of that song started at that line kicks so much ass. The song doesn’t look to have been played live very often, even in the self-titled era. I don’t think it was played at all throughout Iowa and Vol. 3, and the last time it was played was during the AHIG / reunion shows. I’m surprised it made a live appearance after self-titled though. It just sounds like a song that doesn’t fit very well live to me.” This Slipknot member confirmed the real reason for his departure a couple of days ago.

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'The US hasn't been this divided since the 60s': Slipknot's Corey Taylor on how to save America

Don’t fear Donald Trump

He is so ineffectual. Everyone was worried about the crazy things he’d do, but there’s nothing that he’s done that can’t be changed in another administration, like the Paris agreement. There’s no need to panic. Too many – I don’t want to say liberal lambasts – are hitting the panic button too quickly, instead of bringing up issues and talking about them. For me it’s really a case of: what’s going on with the senators, what’s going on on a local level?

Sure, Trump is the firebrand, and everyone wants to talk about the return of Nuremburg after that Boy Scout rally, but whatever. People forget: he hasn’t done shit. He really hasn’t. Even with his party in control of both houses, nothing has happened. He hasn’t fulfilled one promise.

So what am I scared of? I think people need to calm down, and keep fighting the illogical with logic. He won by the smallest of margins. And honestly, he only got in on a technicality. It’s shit like that you have to keep reminding yourself of, because they will try and paint a completely different picture. Rhetoric is swirling around. If only there was an interconnected device to look back in time to see what the truth and the reality was! I say that with all the sarcasm in the world.

Toxic masculinity has been in America forever

It’s only because of this presidency that we are getting a really good taste of it. In a misogynistic culture, there’s this misconception that doing good things for people, and trying to take care of them, is a “pussy move”. The result is a bunch of people pumping their chests up, and talking shit on women, talking shit on gay people, talking shit about everyone. They feel threatened; their way of life feels threatened.

A lot of it has to do with the fact that the liberal and LGBT community is coming at them fast and loose with concepts they are not used to; they’re not part of their culture, and yet they are being forced to accept them. There’s liberal fascism in response to the conservative fascism, and it’s keeping good people in the middle scratching their heads and thinking: I don’t know what to believe. And part of that reaction is this pumped-up masculine middle finger going: “You don’t tell me how to live my life.” It’s their mind balking at the fact that they may have to accept something when they haven’t had the chance to understand what it is.

For so many years they have been in control of what is culturally accepted, and the whole LGBT community is trying to override that, because they’re tired of being marginalised, they’re tired of being treated like a perversion. It’s very much a war. I lived through the Reagan years and I grew up during the gas shortage, I grew up seeing some serious shit go down. But I don’t think the country has been this divided since the 1960s.

Celebrities: stop running for senate

Kid Rock is for running for senate, and I’m about as qualified as he is, ie not at all. It’s the same as the Rock – I love the idea of him saying he wants to run for president but they’re just another pair of voices saying that they can “get it done”, and look where that’s got us.

There are still so many cabinet positions that have not been filled in this administration, because Trump is completely overwhelmed. And that’s a guy who reportedly knows how to run a business. So what the hell is Kid Rock going to do? It’s the biggest form of ego I have ever heard in my life. Please go ahead. Drive a car with a blindfold on and see how far it gets you.

Modern dating is gross

It brings out this crazy psychosis in all of us. At least on a blind date you have to kind of be yourself – they’re going to see the sweat, and see you’re struggling. But dating sites and apps put you at ease, and so all the little gnarly quirks and perversions come out. Hey, if it brings freaks together, who am I to judge? I think everyone has someone out there, and I would like to see people get together. But are you really trying to meet the love of your life on Grindr?

Romance isn’t dead, though. As long as there are hopeless romantics like myself, I don’t think it will die. We will just see an evolution of what romance means. There are still people who love selfless acts. And if it’s something as weird as a very heartfelt post on Twitter, to some people that’s huge. To some people that’s the ultimate act of romance.

We’re addicted to our phones

I’m the worst hypocrite because I bitch about it, but I’m just as bad as everyone else. I wander around with this tiny little tablet in my hand, and I look up and see that someone has asked me a question. It’s so embarrassing. These devices are bringing out all the dopamine that I had wasted for years on smoking and drinking and drugs, and I’m waiting for what the hangover is going to feel like. I don’t know what the repercussions are going to be, but maybe we’re starting to see the end of face-to-face relationships, and more and more people being comfortable with long distance relationships. Why do I need to touch anyone? All I need is my phone and this contact and that’s all I need.

Don’t worry about the environment

My contribution to being eco-friendly is quitting smoking. I recycle. I do this and that. But all you can really worry about is your own side of things. If you start to think about it on a huge scale then you get overwhelmed. At the same time, I’d like to think we’re trying to do the right thing and we are trying to get this planet on the right track; not because of the planet, but because of us. George Carlin nailed this 25 years ago. He said: the planet is fine, the people are fucked!

The planet is going to be here long after we are gone. Don’t try and bullshit me that we are saving the planet – we are saving ourselves. We put so much emphasis on the planet and not on the people, because we feel it’s more selfless, but if people were more honest maybe we would get more done with climate change. I’m not trying to save shit. I don’t give a fuck about the planet – I just want to keep my kids alive.

The music industry is like the wild west

The industry is trying to make peace with streaming, they’re finding out how to monetise it, but they’re still screwing over the artists. It’s sad because I’m seeing a lot of bands get out because they can’t make a living. How are you supposed to make a living when it’s completely taken out of your hands?

I’m in a unique situation because I’m in the old system, but I’m actually able to make a pretty decent living with the new system. I find it hard to bite the hand that feeds me. But at the same time I see all these other bands who can’t get a break. I don’t know what the answer is to be honest. I’m stoked for people like Ed Sheeran – that kid worked his ass off, so why shouldn’t he get the recognition? But at the same time when his songs dominated [the charts] because of streaming, where is the fairness? What about the other artists who worked their asses off, but maybe didn’t have a million streams?

Hip-hop has dethroned rock’n’roll as America’s music

I could have told you this 20 years ago. The thing that bothers me is that people differentiate pop and hip-hop but they’re the same thing. I hate most new hip-hop. It’s all the same mush-mouthed bullshit, and it doesn’t say anything except “I want to get fucked and drink champagne”. It’s pathetic. The hip-hop I grew up with had a message. There’s a reason Chuck D is my hero, let me put it that way.

Artificial intelligence is taking over the world

A lot of people are upset because too many manufacturing jobs are gone, but there are so many companies coming up that need a workforce. There’s a reason the market is doing well in America even though the presidency is shit, because the prior presidency actually left behind a healthy infrastructure with growth happening. Trump’s going to try and take credit for that, but there’s always a two or four year hangover. The problem comes when you start to see deregulation happening on a federal level when it comes to big business – that’s when the machines come in, that’s when the outsourcing comes in.

But all of these insurance companies are hiring, all of these tech companies are hiring. People look at those industries and go: I’m not intelligent or pretentious enough. But if you want to feed your family, then a job is a job. Sometimes you have to bite the bullet and go with what you have to do. Follow where the work is. If industries want to keep outsourcing and replacing people with programs, then stop buying those products. Hit them where it hurts. That’s what it comes down to.

Everyone is appropriating metal culture

You’re seeing grandmas in Slipknot shirts. It’s really weird. It makes it easier for me to blend in, which I am completely happy to do; you get tired of the stares after a while. But punk and metallers take “fascist” imagery like shaved heads and black clothing and divorce it from racism and nationalism, to make a statement about disaffection; you’re now seeing people like Richard Spencer who are not only appropriating the imagery of nationalism, but also the rhetoric. The anger, the racism of it. It worries me. Oh, but Justin Bieber’s line in pseudo-metal T-shirts? He can kiss my ass.

  • Corey Taylor was speaking to Harriet Gibsone. America 51 is out now, published by Da Capo. His new album with Stone Sour, Hydrograd, is out now on Roadrunner; the band’s UK tour begins at Birmingham Barclaycard Arena on 29 November. The Slipknot documentary Day of the Gusano will screen nationwide on 6 September.

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    ASSACRE - Gayer Than God [GAY METAL / QUEER DEATH METAL DEMIGOD ANTHEM]
    Metal musicians talk community, politics, LGBT equality

    With the critical 2012 presidential election coming up, the music genre of metal is getting political. Musicians like GWAR and Marilyn Manson have supported President Obama, while those on the other side of politics, like Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine, have made a number of outrageous, right-wing comments. Sadly, it is the latter, not the former, that have been a big news item as of late. In response, musicians have reached out to declare that this music offers so much more than what is visible on the surface.

    Artists have noted that metal provides a real community feeling. “There is a tribal spirit that comes with it,” said Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor. “When I was growing up, I found people to whom it didn’t matter who I was – just the fact that I was a metal fan. The thing about metal fans is we’re all so opinionated and severe in our personalities,” he admitted, but there’s also a real form of acceptance and equality taking place within the fandom that should translate to other areas of life, as well.

    “We’re very accepting. Perfect example: We all knew that [Judas Priest singer] Rob Halford was gay for years.” And it’s funny, he says, “because metal is a genre” that was once accused of being homophobic, but now, that’s not the case. “Stereotypes are ridiculous. Here’s a man who comes out, and the band is bigger than ever.”

    The LGBT movement is an important talking point in metal as of late. Greg Puciato, frontman of The Dillinger Escape Plan, said, “Proper education and cultural exposure” were keys to overcoming prejudice toward gays and lesbians. “Understanding of homosexuality is one of the largest humanist issues of our time. Let me throw in how proud we are as a band that our fans are accepting, tolerant, and progressive.” And speaking directly to the LGBT community, he remarked, “Feeling ostracized may sting at times, but the truth is, you’re a forward person in a primitive time. Being ahead of the pack? That’s called being a leader. Embrace it.”

    Otep Shamaya, poet and frontwoman of Otep, is a lesbian, and noted she was aggressive about getting the message of equality out into the world. Metal, she said, is a perfect forum for that. “I needed a sonic landscape that was just as aggressive as I am. Bands like Slayer and Slipknot, hearing those bands, there was something phenomenal about the way they communicated their messages.”

    And, she continued, “The more exposure people get to any community, I think that’s good.”

    When it comes to pushing key issues, it also helps that metal has a number of high-profile fans, including comedian Brian Posehn, pop musician Lady Gaga, and actors like Jim Carrey, Nicolas Cage, William Shatner, and Megan Fox.

    In addition, music writer Todd Matthy underscored metal’s relevance in the political world: “Do political messages have a place in metal?” he asked. “Absolutely. I think it’s great that musicians share their stance on issues that are important to them with their fans. It humanizes them.”

    Taylor described how such a level of acceptance is the driving factor behind metal’s appeal: “It’s the last real rebellious spirit in music. People can talk about punk all they want, but after new wave put that down, metal became the [new] voice of the disenfranchised” who want to make a difference.

    Photo: Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor (pictured) has noted that behind metal’s image lies a real sense of community and equality.   karri_wells/Flickr


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    Her meager messages did not knock me out of my work routine for a long time. I remembered our adventures and kept thinking about what she was doing. I wondered if she was going out on her forays into the city or not. I must say that in these moments of nostalgia, my penis became hard and torn from my trousers.

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