Corey Taylor is roofed in tattoos, however would the singer ever get one on his face? That is what GQ requested him in a brand new interview and his response was basic, likening the face tattoo pattern to an edgy decades-ago pattern whereas noting this tatted look offers off vibes of the age-old custom of doodling on a pocket book cowl.
Within the five-minute video clip, Taylor, who simply dropped his debut solo album CMFT earlier this month, runs by way of a quick overview of the paintings featured on his physique and recollected his first-ever tattoo. “My first tattoo technically I’ve myself with needle and Indian ink within the basement of my grandmother’s home,” he laughed, stating his first genuine tattoo got here when he was 19 years previous.
Within the opening moments of the video, although, Taylor addresses the all-important query: would you ever get a face tattoo? “By no means,” the singer sternly affirmed.
In contrast to different rock and steel luminaries, he a minimum of appears to know the pattern fairly than be wholly perplexed by the concept of completely marking your face. “I get it, . A face tattoo isn’t any totally different than a nipple piercing from 20 years in the past — 30 years in the past, anyway,” he provided earlier than laying out a slice of private criticism, “You find yourself wanting like a shitty pocket book from highschool.”
Elsewhere within the GQ “Tattoo Tour” video, Taylor singled out the solar and moon design on his chest as by far probably the most painful. He is additionally fairly sure he is the one member of the “authentic band” to not have the total Slipknot emblem tattooed on him. He does have the band’s tribal “S” emblem although.
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