Tortilla Man identity officially confirmed in unmasked Slipknot photo

It’s been the biggest mystery on the Internet for the last few months – WHO exactly is the man behind the mask when it comes to the elusive Tortilla Man? It seems we can finally confirm that Tortilla Man is in fact Michael Pfaff.

Speculation and curiosity have followed the mysterious identity of “Tortilla Man” for quite some time now, leading to a whole bunch of memes, jokes and speculation posts. Hell, even Gilbert Gottfried jokingly came out as the Tortilla Man, it has definitely been the cause of some fun discussion.

Tortilla Man is Slipknot’s newest percussionist who replaced Chris Fehn upon his dismissal upon instigating a legal battle with the group. Fehn however still thinks he can come back to the band. In the meantime since Tortilla Man’s introduction, the sleuths of the internet have been looking at a whole bunch of evidence, with the lucky guess being on Michael Pfaff as the new member. Now it seems, those sleuths are absolutely correct, thanks to a brand new photo.

The photo was snapped after Clown, Jay Weinberg and “Tortilla Man” made time for tourist activities, stopping at the Postojna Cave Park in Slovenia amid their European tour with Behemoth. Thrilled to host their very first set of Grammy award winners, the park shared a series of photos on Facebook, which can be viewed below.

One of the images is of the guest book, which was signed by each member of the band. One signature appears to simply read “Pfaff” with a heart-shaped balloon above scrawl.

The first big turn in uncovering the identity of Slipknot’s new percussionist came when guitarist Jim Root described him as a “world-class pianist.” Fans quickly linked this mystery member to Michael Pfaff, Clown’s bandmate in Dirty Little Rabbits, in which he plays keyboard and organ.

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