Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor finished his upcoming solo album

Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor just says that finished work on his debut and a new solo album. He also reveals details about his upcoming album.

A month later, Corey Taylor and wife Alicia planned to open a plant-based taco food truck business. Taylor also tries vegan recipes and working out on his daily routine. After that, he joined the interview with Halestorm vocalist Lzzy Hale. In this Lzzy Hale on her “Raise Your Horns” program on the We Are Hear podcast Taylor talks about the album is written and recorded. Taylor also says his works with for the album are bassist Jason Christopher, drummer Dustin Schoenhofer and guitarists Zach Throne and Christian Martucci.

Halestorm vocalist Lzzy Hale’s YouTube series We Are Hear, and Corey Taylor confirmed his upcoming debut solo album:

“Right when everything’s starting to calm down, I secretly recorded my first solo album. I did it with the band that I’ve been using for my solo shows for years, and just a bunch of people that I’ve been working with forever.

So, Jason, Dustin on drums—from Walls Of Jericho, and countless other things—Zach Throne, who I’ve been jamming with for a long time and ‘Tucc’ actually, from Stone Sour and everything. All five of us did it. We went in, and we recorded 25 songs in about two and a half weeks and we did everything live and it’s dope.”

He also reveals the details of the song for his new album:

“All the songs are things that I’ve written over the years but they didn’t really fit with either band. So it’s the stuff that I’ve just kind of been sitting on. And I realized — I just kind of turned around and I was just, like, ‘Geez, I’ve got all these songs.’

I’ve been kind of talking about doing a solo album anyway, and I was just, like, ‘This is the perfect time to do it.’ And picking those guys was the perfect combo, ’cause we all just love the same kinds of music — the same kinds of rock, the same kinds of punk, the same kinds of metal, the same kinds of everything — and we all were able to incorporate those influences into everything.”

You can watch Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor live perform below.

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