CLOWS Says His Wife Doesn’t Like New SLIPKNOT Masks

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In a recent interview with Kerrang, SLIPKNOT percussionist Shawn “Clown” Crahan discussed the band’s new masks for upcoming album.

He said: “I posted a photo on Instagram of my children, but they had garbage bags over their heads so you couldn’t see them. They’re doing good – they’ve had their hair sewn on now, and both hair is the same, which is interesting.

“My wife doesn’t like the new masks – I’ll just let the whole world know that. She’s not feeling it at all. [Laughs] But when I sewed the hair on, she liked it better.

“My wife is like everybody else and likes the brilliant idea of 1998 SLIPKNOT: in your face, f*ck you, middle finger pressed up against your forehead, ‘We are the ‘Knot, we do what we want when we want.’ She’s stuck in that. I get it all day: ‘You gonna wear the red coveralls?’ ‘I don’t know, I have no idea!'”

Focusing on himself, he said: “The old me would feel like you’re trying to say that I’ve gone soft! But the new me is kinda like, ‘You can think what you want.’ And I also know that now I prefer to be softer. There’s a time and a place for everything.

“But no-one needs to feel the way I feel. I’ve been severely depressed with my anger, and my inability to feel and to not be able to process life’s curveballs.

“It would really hurt me to think that there was a Clown 20 years ago that wasn’t hoping for peace for himself.”