We'd like to give a huge THANK YOU to everyone who checked out Part 1 of our 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?' segment with Corey Taylor. The response has been so positive that we're even more elated than usual to present you with the second half of our signature segment with the frontman of Slipknot and Stone Sour.

This half of our Wiki segment focuses more on the musical history of Slipknot. First up, Corey clears up the meaning behind Slipknot's "Eeyore," which Wikipedia got dead wrong. We then delve into Slipknot's modern classic Iowa, which Corey himself calls the darkest time in the band's history. He also sets the record straight on how "The Heretic Anthem" was penned.

For those foaming at the mouth for details on Slipknot's next three albums, Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses, All Hope is Gone and .5: The Gray Chapter, we've got plenty on those as well! Furthermore, Corey smoothes out the details on the long-reported Velvet Revolver demo he reportedly recorded with the band once Scott Weiland was shown the door and how Slipknot's two newest members were issued their masks.

Sink your teeth into Part 2 of 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?' with Corey Taylor in the video above! If you missed Part 1, watch it below. To grab a copy of Taylor's new book, You're Making Me Hate You, click here.

Corey Taylor Plays 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?' - Part 1

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