Corey Taylor says he will record “darker” second solo album early next year

Corey Taylor has revealed that he plans to record his second “darker” solo album early next year.

The Slipknot frontman released his debut solo record “CMFT” in October 2020 via Roadrunner Records. Next month he will give his first concerts in the UK, starting with a performance at the London Palladium.

During a new interview with SiriusXM (via Blabbermouth), Taylor said he’ll be going back into the studio in January and February 2023. “We’re going to go in and hit [mi segundo álbum en solitario] and prepare it,” he told the station.

And when I finish touring with Slipknot, I’m going to put together a really radical, “rock is back” tour for the solo stuff and start bringing in some of the younger bands – maybe not even some of the rock bands younger bands, but some of the bands that don’t get a chance or don’t get the attention that pop and hip-hop bands get or people like me who are kind of a grandfather. attention that pop and hip-hop bands get or people like me who are used to it.”

Taylor continued, “So I’m going to try to fly the rock flag and give some chances to some of the younger bands and maybe even the mid-level bands that haven’t had a chance. Because there are so many bands great out there.” “.

The singer went on to confirm that he has already written all the material that will be included in the ‘CMFT’ sequel. “It’s about 15 songs,” he said. “And it’s one of the cool things where some of the older things that I’ve written over the years.”

Taylor added, “There are a few songs that some of the fans know because I performed them live for the first time when I was doing JBKB. [Corey Taylor & The Junk Beer Kidnap Band]“.

He went on to mention two songs – ‘Beyond’ and ‘Breath Of Fresh Smoke’ – which are “finally” being recorded and released “around 14 [a] 16 years” after they were first written.

But Taylor said there will also be “a lot of newer stuff”, adding that the upcoming album will “definitely” have a “darker edge” while still being “very melodic”.

“Things are heavier, but things are also slower. It’s going to be really radical.”

Elsewhere in the conversation, Taylor said that “nothing has changed” regarding Stone Sour’s current hiatus. When asked about the possibility of taking the band back in the future, he replied: “I don’t know. I’m more into the solo track, to be honest.”

Taylor said: “There’s still a lot of drama and questions [entre los miembros de Stone Sour]. For me, it’s not just something I want to do.”

In February, Taylor released ‘CMFB… Sides’, a collection of previously unreleased B-sides, acoustic performances, live versions and inspired covers.

On their behalf, Slipknot will release their seventh studio album “The End, So Far” on September 30. The band has already progressed on the album with the songs ‘The Dying Song (Time To Sing)’, ‘Yen’ and ‘The Chapeltown Rag’.

During a recent interview, Corey Taylor said the upcoming album – the follow-up to 2019’s ‘We Are Not Your Kind’ – “almost felt like a reboot” for the metal titans.

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