Don't mess with Corey Taylor, and definitely don't try to get on his stage. Because, if you do, his security won't have mercy on you.

If you're thinking it can't be that bad, check out below what happened to a Russian fan who tried to get onstage during a recent Stone Sour gig.

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Stone Sour's show in Moscow on Friday, Nov. 16, didn't end well for one fan. Per a video Loudwire shared, a man tried to approach frontman Corey Taylor onstage only to end up being dragged out by security.

Taylor was alone onstage, playing a solo version of "Bother," when the fan was able to get onstage. He couldn't get even close to the artist, though, before one security guard ran through the stage and tackled him.

As he was pushed to the ground, an object fell from his hand and a second security guard picked it up, before helping his colleague drag the fan off stage.

"Sucks to be you, dude," Taylor says following the incident.

"Don’t come on my stage, motherfucker," he added after finishing the song.

You can watch a video of the moment below:

"Too much attitude"

The Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman recently took to Twitter to explain why mainstream award shows ignore rock and metal.

Following the American Music Awards, which gave rap group Migos the ‘favorite duo or group’, Sirius XM host Eddie Trunk had somme complaints about the vote and for “rock music being treated so cluelessly and disrespectfully” in award shows.

Producer Jay Ruston retweeted the post, noting that magazines and awards focused on the genres existed to “properly acknowledge rock and metal artists.”

That’s when Taylor joined the conversation, answering a question a fan asked Ruston.

“Why are rock and metal ignored?” The fan asked.

“To them, real rock/metal is: neanderthal, low brow, common. Too much attitude,” the musician offered. They can’t control us.”

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