Watch: Who Is The Better Headbanger – Cannibal Corpse’s George ‘Corpsegrinder’ Fisher Or Slipknot’s Corey Taylor?

Who Is The Better Headbanger - Corpsegrinder Or Corey Taylor?
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With today being the 52nd birthday of Cannibal Corpse singer George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher, we thought it would be cool to share a video that asks the question – Who is the better headbanger? George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher or that of Slipknot singer Corey Taylor?

The video you will find below is brief, but it features footage of both frontmen and their respective bands, with each singer displaying their ferocious headbanging skills. Both Corpsegrinder and Corey Taylor have had a plethora of comments made about their necks (given that those motherfuckers are thick as hell).

Needless to say, both Corpsegrinder and Taylor are savage headbangers. The video below comes from the YouTube user METALtillGRAVEN, who enjoys both bands and who invites other metalheads to take part in the friendly debate. Let us know who you think is the better headbanger!

Corpsegrinder vs Corey Taylor headbanging contest

George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher was born on July 8th, 1970. The first Cannibal Corpse album that he ever took part in is that of Vile (which came out in 1996). Since then, Corpsegrinder has worked on the following Cannibal Corpse albums: Gallery of Suicide (1998), Bloodthirst (1999), Gore Obsessed (2002), The Wretched Spawn (2004), Kill (2006), Evisceration Plague (2009), Torture (2012), A Skeletal Domain (2014), Red Before Black (2017) and, Violence Unimagined (2021).

Earlier in 2022, he released his first solo album, titled Corpsegrinder. What is your favorite Cannibal Corpse/George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher record? In other Cannibal Corpse related news, the band announced a new whiskey back in June, called Golden Blood. Back in May, Cannibal Corpse guitarist Erik Rutan spoke about which records from the band he would love to perform in full as part of a live show. We also would love to highlight this article that features Corpsegrinder talking about how “proud” he is of the modern metal scene.

Happy Birthday George! We hope today brings you lots of cheer, joy, laughter, and metal!