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Slipknot Slam North Carolina’s ‘Bathroom Bill’ Ahead of Charlotte Concert

“We don’t care where you pee – just please flush. It’s pretty simple, really,” band says in statement

Daniel Kreps Aug 02, 2016
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Slipknot's Corey Taylor discusses his band's upcoming tour with Marilyn Manson and looks back on a gross-out contest he had with the shock rocker in 2001. Photo: José Goulão/ CC BY-SA 2.0/ Wikimedia Commons

A day before Slipknot’s Charlotte concert, the band issued a statement criticizing North Carolina’s controversial HB2 “bathroom bill.” Photo: José Goulão/ CC BY-SA 2.0/ Wikimedia Commons

A day before Slipknot‘s August 2nd concert at Charlotte, North Carolina’s PNC Music Pavilion, the band issued a statement criticizing the state’s controversial HB2 “bathroom bill.” Slipknot also explained why they proceeded with the Charlotte show even though so many of their fellow rockers canceled gigs in the Tar Heel State.

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