Slipknot’s Clown Recalls The Concert He Played Bad: “I Wanted To Put A Gun In My Mouth And End It”

The American heavy metal band Slipknot percussionist Shawn Crahan, known for the Clown, has just appeared on the recent episode of The Electric Theater and talked on what he thinks on coronavirus.

During a conversation with Fletcher Dragge, the successful musician said he don’t have time to be ill.

“I won’t watch TV or buy into any of it because they run the loop – they start, they’ll go seven minutes, they’ll speak of what they did to re-invite anyone who just joined, he said.

“What I picked up early was that this affects a lot of people, of course, with compromised immune systems, but a lot of elderly and stuff. Unfortunately, my parents are passed, and I don’t have anyone that way. But my best friend’s mom is alive, all of my best friends’ parents, things like that. Instantly, I was, like, ‘Wow, that’s a really scary thing.’

“People like us, I don’t have time to get sick. We’re out on the road and stuff… I see someone from 20 yards [away], I’m gone. I don’t have time to be ill. At least in my experience, the worst shows I’ve ever had are the ones where I had to play with a fever, and it wasn’t ’cause I played bad; it’s just because I wanted to put a gun in my mouth and end it.

Listen the entire interview:


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