Watch: Turntablist Sid Wilson Visits Fan’s Massive Slipknot Mask Collection

Sid Wilson visits The House of Masks: The House of Masks, YouTube
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By now you may have heard us talk about the content that The House of Masks has to offer; if you are not familiar, The House of Masks is a YouTube channel that highlights masks (both from horror movies and from within the world of music).

In the past, AJ (who runs the channel), uploaded a video featuring his Slipknot mask collection, and holy shit is it impressive. In this collection, there are multiple versions of Corey Taylor masks, multiple versions of Joey Jordison masks, and so on and so forth. The collection also includes several original items (and other sweet Slipknot memorabilia). We are truly blown away by this collection and think you will find it impressive too.

It is a truly impressive Slipknot mask collection – so impressive in fact that Slipknot member Sid Wilson checked it out! In a new video AJ uploaded recently, Slipknot turntablist Sid Wilson checks out AJ’s Slipknot mask collection. Needless to say, Sid is in awe of the collection.

Below you will find the video that features Slipknot’s Sid Wilson exploring this massive Slipknot mask collection. For you Slipknot fans out there, how does your collection of band memorabilia compare to AJ’s collection? Speaking of this channel, a couple of months ago, AJ did an unboxing video involving a Halloween Ends Michael Myers mask (and he offers some interesting insight into the mask’s quality).

Watch: 'The House of Masks' YouTube Channel Unboxes Michael Myers 'Halloween Ends' Mask

In other Slipknot-related news, do you know what Corey Taylor’s favorite Metallica song is? To find out, follow the link below.

Corey Taylor Picks Best Metallica Song

Also, after years of ignoring it, the Grammys have shouted out the Slipknot album Iowa as one of the best nu metal albums ever. Also, if you have not checked it out yet, we encourage you to listen to this pop-punk cover of Slipknot’s “Sulfur” – it is absurd how jaw-dropping awesome it sounds.

Grammy's Name Slipknot's 'Iowa' One of the Best Nu Metal Albums Ever Now, After Originally Robbing it of a Win in 2002

Watch: Someone Created A Pop-Punk Cover Of Slipknot's 'Sulfur' And Holy Sh*t It Sounds Fantastic