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Slipknot’s Corey Taylor Criticizes Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

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Speaking to Jason Bailey of Audacy Check In, the lead vocalist of heavy metal outfit Slipknot revealed his stance on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. When asked which of his projects – Slipknot, Stone Sour or his solo act – he would like to be inducted, Taylor said: “Oh, Jesus. I mean at this point, who gives a shit, really?”

 

“It’s hard for me to say that they get it wrong because sometimes the people they induct one hundred percent deserve it. [But] there’s still so many groups that should go in before some of the ones that have. And it really upsets me, dude.”

“So at this point it’s, like, I don’t even know if I’ll even be considered for something like that, and I couldn’t care less, to be honest. To me, that’s a high-five at the end of your career. I would rather have that later on. It’s just something I don’t really concern myself with.”

He continued: “Would I be a stingy hog and want to be like the late, great David Crosby and be in there like four times? That would be great. If I could be in there for all three acts, that’d be killer. But I don’t think I’m even gonna get in for one. So it’s fine. I’ve got better things to do.”

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