Even if you don't know anything about Slipknot or their members, you know they perform while wearing genuinely terrifying masks. As the band's frontman, Corey Taylor's masks are often the most viscerally unsettling. Each of the group's new eras comes with a new mask that parallels that album's themes - and it still manages to be pure nightmare fuel.
Like Slipknot's music, Taylor's masks are always a surprise. Sometimes they're simple and elegant. Other times, they look like a corpse's face chewed up by a dog. All of them are horrifying, but which ones inspire the most terror?
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The 'Kid-Scaring' Mask - 2021
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No Hair, No Face, No Soul - 'All Hope Is Gone,' 2008
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The Very First Mask - 'Slipknot,' 1999Photo: WMG/Roadrunner Records
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The Darker Take On The Original - 'Iowa,' 2001Photo: WMG/Roadrunner
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Colorful-Haired Variation Of The Original - 'Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses),' 2004
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A Brief Variation On The 'All Hope Is Gone' Mask