Watch Corey Taylor Stop A Slipknot Show When The Mosh Pit Gets Too Dangerous

It’s easy to get hurt at a Slipknot show — the venue’s dark, the music’s loud, and there are a million people losing their minds at once in there. But at Saturday night’s Slipknot gig in San Bernadino, California, one mosh pit got out of control, prompting frontman Corey Taylor to shut down the gig and make sure his fans were safe. You can watch footage ...

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