Ex-SLIPKNOT Percussionist CHRIS FEHN Misses The Followers, Not So A lot All the pieces Else

Longtime Slipknot percussionist Chris Fehn parted methods the band in 2019 after suing them over financials. The band tried to get the case thrown out, Fehn appeared hopeful that he would possibly rejoin the band sometime, and in the end the entire lawsuit acquired settled out of courtroom. Fehn was in the end changed by Michael “Tortilla Man” Pfaff, who he urged followers to not hate regardless of his rocky departure from Slipknot.

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Now, 4 years out from his departure, Fehn appeared in an episode of the Drum For The Tune podcast to speak just a little about his time with Slipknot. In brief, Fehn nonetheless loves his previous bandmates however actually solely misses the followers.

“I pray for them and I really like them and I am sorry that it ended so quickly,” mentioned Fehn. “However that is the best way issues go. The followers actually had been the one half that was nice for me. That stage efficiency and seeing them and seeing their response was the perfect half. The remainder of it could fuck off.

“It is type of like every band, although. That is the perfect half. The remainder of it’s touring, flights, personalities, this and that, this and that. I actually do miss them [the fans]. I miss taking part in dwell — I do. But it surely’s all good, man. It is all good.”

As for the way forward for Fehn, he reveals he’ll be engaged on a brand new undertaking with some trade pals. Although touring is totally out of the query for him at this level.

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“I am not serious about touring ever once more. I simply wish to make music with these guys. with good pals which are caring, that , we are able to work collectively and there isn’t any ego. There isn’t any… we simply wish to make a pleasant heavy track, what I imply? They’re simply true pals.”

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