Corey Taylor Is In The studio Working on New Album

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In 2020, Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor released his first solo album, titled CMFT. With musical styles ranging from rock and roll to metal, CMFT makes for a hell of a riveting venture.

Now three years later since that release (and as reported by Blabbermouth), Taylor is back in the studio and recording his follow-up album.

Jay Ruston is working as producer on Taylor’s next album; Ruston has worked as a producer for Steel Panther, Anthrax, Stone Sour, Amon Amarth, and other acts.

Eliot Lorango, who happens to be Taylor’s bassist, recently shared some photos featuring him and the band in the studio working on the new album.

Per Lorango he writes in one post:

“Day 1 in the studio with @coreytaylor and the dudes. Sounding rad!”

Per another one of his posts, he writes:

“Final rehearsal prep with @coreytaylor before we start recording the new record. It’s gonna be awesome”

Are you excited to hear more of Taylor’s solo work? What are your thoughts on CMFT? Below you will find Lorango’s posts regarding the band’s studio sessions.

In other news related to Corey Taylor, actor Margot Robbie (who is known for her role as Harley Quinn in several DC Comics movies) shared that she is a fan of Slipknot. During a recent talk show appearance she was part of, she spoke about attending one of the band’s shows and shared how she had an absolutely awesome time. To learn more about what she thinks of Slipknot, follow the link below.

Margot Robbie Defends Slipknot on Graham Norton: 'They're Just Amazing Performers'

Also, have you ever been curious to know which celebrities have had beef with Slipknot? Click on the link below to learn about 10 musicians who have had issues with the nu metal act. The other link will bring you to a story where Taylor reveals his favorite Slayer album (can you guess which record that is?).

10 Musicians That Had Beef With Slipknot

Slipknot's Corey Taylor Names His Favorite Slayer Album