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His mask was featured in the movie Harold and Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay.
On March 23, 2012 Chris welcomed his son into the world.
For the Iowa era he used the same mask as the self-titled era due to the years of touring it became dark and stretched out almost making a new mask. Chris has stated in numerous interviews that his mask was already made for him prior to him joining the band.
However, there are still rumors that Fehn's mask design is most likely based on those worn by doctors during the Black Plague, where the nose was filled with herbs to 'protect' the doctor from inhaling the fumes of death.
Fehn has said that "Spit It Out" was the song that stood out to him the most.
Fehn then tried out on percussion and was subsequently made part of Slipknot.
Chris's mask is most likely based on the masks worn by doctors during the Black Plague, where the nose was filled with herbs to 'protect' the doctor from inhaling the fumes of death, or possibly on the mask Alex wore during the rape scene from the film A Clockwork Orange.
Fehn was then given a rough demo that contained all of Slipknot's songs.
Another widely discussed influence is the possibility of the mask being based on that which was adorned by Alex and his "droogs" during the rape scene in the 1971 film A Clockwork Orange.
A third idea of the origin of the mask also comes from Commedia dell'arte, an Italian comedy which held its popularity through the 15th and 18th centuries.
We would have preferred he not take the path that he has, but evolution in all things is a necessary part of this life. Chris Fehn's masks all have the same overall design, worn over a bondage hood.
His first mask for the bands self-titled era was white. His most recent mask for All Hope Is Gone has a color similar to the Iowa era mask. All of these masks are face-masks with leather straps worn over bondage hoods.