A busy Corey Taylor has officially finished recording his follow-up through the 2020s. CMFTMore.
The Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman began recording his second solo album in early January at Hideout Recording Studios in Las Vegas. Jay RustonThe producer has previously worked with the likes of Steel Panther and Anthrax.
“All new recordings completed [Corey Taylor] Let’s record in Vegas.” Taylor’s bassist Elliott Rolango “What an amazing 6 weeks with everyone involved! Can’t wait to hear from you all.”
That sentiment seems to be shared by Taylor, who shared a video of herself heading into the studio to start recording on Jan. 21. In the clip, Taylor’s enthusiasm for the new album was evident.
I’m really, really excited. So, this time everything is bigger. everything sounds good. everything is going well. Everything is hot. This is where I go, not where I come from. Musically it’s harder and faster, but it still has a lot of the elements of the first album. So there’s the Slipknot element, there’s the Stone Sour element, there’s the . CMFT; There are elements of what I’ve been doing for years… everything I’ve always wanted to do, and we’re doing it. We’re just cranking it up and everything sounds so good I can’t even begin to describe how excited I am to get this started. But first, we need to record it.
No word yet on when the album will be released, but while you wait, find out how fast he’s been running, with support from Cherry Bombs in May and Slipknot from March. can do. Be sure to get your tickets here.
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