"...that kid worked his ass off, so why shouldn’t he get the recognition?"
"That wasn't even almost pretty good, that was fucking horrible..."
He also spoke about family, Stone Sour and the future of Slipknot.
"If you just don’t say anything, that’s not going to fix the problem."
"The darkness is some place I visit. I don't live there."
"The situation I was in when I was a kid was difficult."
Here's the Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman's take.
"I've been doin' this too long to deal with that disrespect," he said.
"I brushed it off," he said.
That's one way of going about it!
He can tick off another bucket list item.
Is there anything this man CAN'T do?
Pretty pumped about this.
It was only a matter of time.
He's so stoked.
Everyone behind the sofa.
How would you feel if we told you Dave Grohl, Corey Taylor, Randy Blythe and pretty much every other big name in thrash / metal are set to appear on one album?
Corey Taylor has been penning columns for Rock Sound for over a decade, and in that time he's covered a lot of ground. Seriously, the man has opinions on EVERYTHING. To celebrate our new issue hitting the shops today (that one with Slipknot on the cover, duh), we're looking back on some of The Great Big Mouth's most memorable tidbits. Take it away, Corey...