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Corey Taylor Masks Ranked

Ranking Corey Taylors Masks from Worst to Best.
We Are Not Your Kind

I know it's a bit cliche to rip on this one, but it really doesn't do much. It's not terrifying or creepy, and it just seems lazy.
Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses

This is an iconic mask, don't get me wrong, but it really isn't that inspired. I like the idea of it being an extension of his first mask, but when compared to the other ones it isn't that interesting.
.5: The Gray Chapter

I love the fact that he can remove the top of the mask. Really great concept and definitely something the rest of the band should take a page from.
All Hope Is Gone

It's simple, but surprisingly unsettling. I like that he took a risk and a departure from his previous masks. In my opinion it paid off

Can't beat the classics.
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