SLIPKNOT's Corey Taylor and Sid Wilson took part in separate webcast/chats this past Halloween when the band performed at Fangoria's Trinity Of Terrors convention in Las Vegas, Nevada. Watch the archived webcasts below.
Trinity Of Terrors featured guest appearances from the likes of John Waters ("Pink Flamingos", "Seed Of Chucky") and Malcolm Mcdowell ("A Clockwork Orange", Rob Zombie's "Halloween") and Bruce Campbell ("Evil Dead", "Army Of Darkness") as well as the screening of over a dozen new films, including the latest entry in the legendary zombie series from the godfather of modern horror, George A. Romero's "Survival Of The Dead".
Taylor, a self-described horror, comic and action figure geek, stated shortly before playing the convention, "When I saw the list of the people that Fangoria was able to get for this, I was stoked out of my mind! We've got everybody from Richard Christy from DEATH to Tom Savini. We've got Malcolm McDowell! I am in geek heaven right now! ... It's something really special, and it's something that's never been done in Vegas. It's hopefully going to be one of the biggest things that Fangoria's ever done and we've ever done. We get to play on Halloween. It's win-win all across the board."
Photos of SLIPKNOT's performance can be seen on Fangoria.com.
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