He's so stoked.
Everyone behind the sofa.
How would you feel if we told you Dave Grohl, Corey Taylor, Randy Blythe and pretty much every other big name in thrash / metal are set to appear on one album?
Corey Taylor has been penning columns for Rock Sound for over a decade, and in that time he's covered a lot of ground. Seriously, the man has opinions on EVERYTHING. To celebrate our new issue hitting the shops today (that one with Slipknot on the cover, duh), we're looking back on some of The Great Big Mouth's most memorable tidbits. Take it away, Corey...
In RS194, we welcome Slipknot back to the cover of Rock Sound, and find out why '.5: The Gray Chapter' has made them stronger than ever.
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The Slipknot / Stone Sour frontman could tell some stories that'd make your toes curl. He's seen stuff you don't want to see.
Life's not all #YOLO and cupcakes as far as the Corey Taylor's concerned. In another one of his classic columns, the Slipknot / Stone Sour man emphasises the work hard / play hard ethic.
In another classic column, the Slipknot / Stone Sour frontman zeroes in his crosshairs on all the bullies of the world.
In another classic column, Slipknot / Stone Sour man Corey Taylor asks why we're all so self-involved. Come on, we are. You know we are.
Every month in Rock Sound magazine, we give Slipknot / Stone Sour man Corey Taylor a page to spew whatever thoughts pop into his head. This classic column from issue 164 has more than just a few nuggets of madness... but we're down with the toilet paper thing!
We're right in the thick of festival season and the World Cup, so it's a good time to remember this gem from our resident columnist, Slipknot and Stone Sour man Corey Taylor.
A smorgasbord of trivia about the Stone Sour and Slipknot frontman...from the man himself!
The Slipknot frontman played solo at last year's Sonisphere and Rock Sound was on hand to capture it.
A bit of talking here, a dash of singing there and a fair amount of signing inbetween.
Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor plays an acoustic version of the Johnny Cash song 'Give My Love To Rose'.