Corey Taylor gets scared

Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor’s love of horror movies is getting under his skin: a zombie version of legendary British actor Christopher Lee is now beaming over his left shoulder blade. He died in 2015 and would have turned 100 this year. He became known to a large audience through the film adaptation of ‘The Lord of the Rings’ by New Zealand director Peter Jackson. You can see the photo of his new tattoo below.

The Undead Face comes from a horror film by Great Britain’s cult Hammer Film Productions. In the fifties and sixties, Creepy Forge was very successful. Lee always played the role of a villain or monster in many films there, the most famous being his appearance as the vampire prince Dracula.

The Frontman of Slipknot is a Big Horror Fan

In 2019, the father of a family participated in ‘In Search of Darkness’, a four-hour independent giant project about horror films.

Corey previously shared how he was first introduced to horror movies: “When I was a kid, I used to go to the cinema with my mother to see the movie ‘Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.’ I must have been four or five years old when the trailer for John Carpenter’s ‘Halloween’ played before the movie. That Creepy feeling, it’s autumn, it’s Halloween and there’s always this guy in the background. I stared at the screen mesmerized. I suddenly didn’t care about Buck Rogers. It was a moment in my life that shaped my taste in film Diya. I didn’t actually see the movie until a few years later, and it’s still one of my favorite movies to this day!”

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The 48-year-old has continued to find success as the lead singer of Grammy-winning nu-metal pioneer Slipknot and rock band Stone Sour. His solo debut ‘CMFT’ came last year. So Taylor is active in three bands! Nevertheless, Slipknot managed to write the eighth number one bestselling novel in Cosmos and pursue an acting career.

His novel Seven Deadly Sins remained on the prestigious New York Times bestseller list for four weeks. This was followed by three more volumes: ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Heaven’, ‘You’re Making Me Hate You’ and ‘America 51’. His filmography includes the films ‘Fear Clinic’, ‘Doctor Who’, ‘Officer Downey’ and ‘Sharknado 4’. Fun fact: Taylor is also probably the only person to have lectured at the University of Oxford and soon thereafter made headlines at metal festivals around the world.

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