In Pictures: Remembering Slipknot’s Paul Gray
Paul Gray would have celebrated his 47th birthday today. Though the Slipknot co-founder and bassist has been sorely missed in the almost nine years since his passing on May 24, 2010, he is not forgotten. Today, we pay tribute to his memory and legacy, with this gallery of incredible photographs courtesy of our very own Paul Harries, who shot the band many times through the years. Here’s to #2 - sadly gone, but fondly remembered.
Paul wearing his classic pig mask and red boiler suit in the early days of Slipknot.
Opting for the black boiler suit this time, standing in a black tiled room while throwing the horns. Pretty metal.
Browsing the metal section in Virgin Megastore.
Chris Fehn feeding Paul one of his five microphones a day.
On set at the Psychosocial video shoot.
Paul and Jim Root waiting patiently for the carnage to unfold on the Duality video shoot.
Paul and Corey Taylor backstage.
Jim, Corey and Paul with their Icon award at the 2008 Kerrang! Awards.
Paul points out the one coward who refuses to sit down during Spit It Out.
“There’s something not right with this mirror.”
Paul onstage during the All Hope Is Gone tour.
Slipknot have released the final song on their new album We Are Not Your Kind, Solway Firth.
At their Brooklyn show with Cloak, Denver’s Khemmis remind fans why they came to metal in the first place.