COREY’S HOL­I­DAY PHRASEBOOK!

A GUIDE T¡O THE SPAN­ISH PHRASES COREY USES DUR­ING THE SHOW

Kerrang! (UK) - - Reviews -

“¡HOLA, MI FA­MILIA!”

(“Hello, my fam­ily!”) Use­ful for greet­ing tens of thou­sands of fans ready to stomp each other into the dirt. Also help­ful at house­hold gath­er­ings…

“¡SEÑORES Y SEÑORITAS!”

(“Ladies and gen­tle­men!”) A tra­di­tional on­stage ad­dress, when re­fer­ring to your au­di­ence as “fuck­ing mag­gots” (“putos gu­sanos”) doesn’t seem ap­pro­pri­ate.

“UNO, DOS, TRES…”

(“One, two, three…”) A tra­di­tional count­down, al­ways use­ful for help­ing

get ev­ery­one syn­chro­nised be­fore you go ahead and smash the place up.

“¡SALTAS! SALTAS! SALTAS!”

(“Jump! Jump! Jump!”) This one’s fairly self­ex­plana­tory. For an out­fit with the phys­i­cal con­nec­tion Slip­knot have, it’s pretty cru­cial that the crowd knows when to stand still and when to jump the fuck up.

“¡MUCHOS GRACIAS, MI AMI­GOS!”

(“Many thanks, my friends!” ) The po­lite way to wave good­bye to the army of faith­ful who’ve re­sponded to your maiden visit.

¡OLÉ!

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