Corey Taylor of Slipknot performing on stage

Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor has shared an update on the future of his solo project, revealing that his forthcoming second tome sounds better than previous releases.

The vocalist discussed the project a follow up to 2020 debut CMFT in a video shared to social media on Sunday (January 22). Taylor said the tome contains elements of CMFT, Slipknot and Stone Sour, and admitted hes really, really excited by the material. He continued: Everything’s worthier this time. Everything sounds better. Everything’s running better… Instead of where I came from, this is where I’m going.

Taylor revealed that the record will embrace all the stuff that I’ve unchangingly wanted to do, surpassing issuing a final tease for the as-yet untitled project. Nobody is ready for what they’re well-nigh to hear, he said. I’m serious as a heart attack.

A release stage for the tome has not been revealed, but bassist Eliot Lorango recently confirmed that the recording process has begun.Last week, Lorango accompanied a series of Instagram posts with the caption: Day [one] in the studio with [Corey Taylor] and the dudes. In an spare post, the Lorango teased that an eight-string toned guitar “might be making an visitation on this record.

Last September, Taylorteased his sophomore solo effort in an interview with SiriusXM, saying it will have a darker whet to it than CMFT. There’s still unconfined waddle and roll on it, he said. There’s some heavier stuff, but there’s some really unconfined slower stuff. It’s gonna be really rad.

Slipknots last album, The End, So Far, arrived in September of last year, and received a four-star review from NME. Earlier this month, member Shawn Clown Crahan revealed that the bands follow up to The End, So Far the once-lost tome Look Outside Your Window could be released sometime this year.

In a four-star review, NME described CMFT as the most fun record the Slipknot frontman has overly produced, praising it for swing[ing] from waddle to country and hip-hop.

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