Slipknot drummer Jay Weinberg returns to hockey with custom goalie mask
Slipknot drummer Jay Weinberg is showing his love for another type of mask he wears outside of the one him and his band members don with a new Slipknot themed hockey mask.
Weinberg reveals in a new Instagram post that he grew up playing hockey and recently returned to playing the sport in his spare time.
In a new episode of the 6 Degrees with Mike McKenna podcast, the drummer discusses his role as a goalie and the custom painted goaltender mask he had made.
“After we finished touring in support of our last record, I had some time at home to regroup. Living in Nashville, a lot of people got hockey fever after the Predators made their Stanley Cup run. I have a friend who runs a guitar shop in town and he and I said: ‘We’ve got to start a team,’ so we started a team together called the East Side Hellhounds. He and I were on the ice at 6am every day, playing hockey and getting our chops back because I had quit playing hockey.
But I got my pads and basically had the mindset of, ‘All right, I play in a band where I wear a mask – I can’t not have my goalie mask be my Slipknot mask.’ So I contacted a really talented guy named Dave Fried from Friedesigns, who painted my goalie mask.”
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