Corey Taylor Turns Song From The Cure Into a Fart Joke – VIDEO

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Corey Taylor can be one hell of a goofball. Watch a random interview involving the Slipknot singer and chances are you are bound to find the guy cracking at least a joke or two at some point.

Taylor is not shy to show off his sense of humor and one place he will flex his comedy skills from time to time is over on Instagram.

As of recently, Taylor uploaded a video featuring himself and his son Griffin Taylor (the latter who is the frontman for the nu metal band Vended).

In this video, Taylor decides to cover The Cure song “Friday I’m in Love”; this is a track from the band’s 1992 studio album Wish. However, the Slipknot frontman provides a “flatulent twist” to the song.

Taylor ends up changing some of the lyrics and makes the track all about butts and farting. Taylor’s kid laughs his ass off as his dad goes on with the goofy cover.

You can check out footage of this moment shared between Taylor and his son below. What is your favorite funny story involving the Slipknot frontman?

When it comes to other stories involving the Slipknot member, did you know he once had to attend court and explain one of the band’s songs to a judge? That song was “Purity,” a track from the band’s self-titled album debut. To learn more about this story, follow the link below.

When Corey Taylor Had to Tell a Judge That ‘Purity’ Was About Abducting & Enslaving a Woman

Also, are you curious to learn what Taylor’s favorite Pantera album is? His pick may actually surprise you.

Corey Taylor's Favorite Pantera Album Might Surprise You

Have you ever been curious to learn the origin story behind why Slipknot wears masks? Taylor and fellow Slipknot member Shawn “Clown” Crahan have spoken about the significance behind the band’s masks, and why they are important to their artistry.

The Origin Behind Why Slipknot Wear Masks


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