Sulfur

Album: All Hope Is Gone (2008)
  • Lead singer Corey Taylor discussed this song with Kerrang! July 19, 2008: "Its kind of a reflection of where I am at the moment. I probably feel the best I have in years, not only health-wise, but as a person. The last three years have been an awakening for me. I'm standing up for my morals, standing up for myself, but the flip side to that coin is that there is always something inside of me that's going to make people feel like they're chewing on tin foil. For most of my life, I tended to base my opinion on myself by what people thought of me. As I got stronger, I learned to be happy in my own skin and accept that there are these f--ked up things about me."
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  • Kenneth from Sulphur Springs, TxHell yeah corey.Keep singing cause you guys kick ass!!!
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