Chris Fehn has shared his feelings about possibly wanting to return to Slipknot one day amid a lawsuit he’s filing against the band members. 

Fehn has been pretty quiet on social media since the suit. This new post is the first since he promoted his new song from Motorhead guitarist Phil Campbell that arrived on the same day as the new Slipknot album.

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The former Slipknot percussionist has been pursuing a lawsuit against the band since he left the group in March over a pay dispute. 

He is suing for two counts of “breach of fiduciary duty,” one count of “unjust enrichment” and one count of “breach of implied in fact contract.”

Fehn’s lawsuit is against two different versions of Slipknot, Inc., both in New York and Los Angeles. It’s also against Knot Merch LLC,  Knot Touring LLC, SK Productions, LLC; Knot Touring LLC, Crahan, Taylor , manager Robert Shore and Shore’s law firm, Rob Shore & Associates, Inc.

Shore, Corey Taylor and Shawn “Clown” Crahan  have all called for the lawsuit to be thrown out. 

Despite all of the back and forth with the suit, Fehn’s recent social media interaction suggests he doesn’t want his time with Slipknot to be over for good. 

He posted a photo with his kid and apologized for his lack of social media presence lately in the caption. 

Sorry for the delay in my posts. I think you can all understand. New life. Dad. Loving it!!!” the caption read. You can see his post below. 


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Sorry for the delay in my posts. I think you can all understand. New life. Dad. Loving it!!!

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Then, in the comments, someone wrote “Pls go back to Slipknot” to which Fehn replied “Someday”. You can see a screenshot of that below. 


It’s unclear what the outcome of the suit will be, but it sounds like Fehn is hopeful that his time with the band is far from over in the future. 

More Slipknot news

Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor is kicking off the spooky season in the very best way, releasing a collector’s edition of his new ’80s horror documentary. In Search of Darkness features over 45 horror contributors giving their take on the genre and films they were involved with.

The documentary will explore and celebrate ’80s horror movies with Taylor acting as the film’s guide.

Currently available for preorder, the film will only be available through midnight Halloween. Once it hits midnight on Halloween, this edition will never be made available again.

Taylor will be joined in the film by many incredible horror icons including John Carpenter (Director – The Fog, The Thing, They Live, Prince of Darkness), Heather Langenkamp (Actor – A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise), and Doug Bradley (Actor – Hellraiser franchise).

In Search of Darkness is expected to be delivered in November.

If you preorder your copy now, your copy will come personalized with your name added to the credits!

Here’s what the collector’s edition comes with:

In Search of Darkness collector’s edition:
  • The most comprehensive documentary on ‘80s Horror ever made, clocking in at more than 280 minutes (DVD or Blu-Ray) and featuring 45+ contributors.
  • Exclusive In Search of Darkness: Corey Taylor Collector’s Edition movie poster.
  • Unique Corey Taylor Pin – not available anywhere else.
  • High-quality postcard featuring unique artwork created for In Search of Darkness by legendary ‘80s horror artist Graham Humphreys.
  • Digital Download of the documentary.

You can purchase your copy for $59.99, here.

To view a trailer for the horror documentary, check out the player below!

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