SLIPKNOT Frontman Says Fans Will Have To Wait 'At Least' Two Years For New Album
SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor has said fans will have to wait at least two years before hearing a new album from the nine-piece Iowa outfit.
In an inteview with Kerrang Radio (web site), broadcasting out of Birmingham, U.K., Taylor said he was currently concentrating on his side project STONE SOUR (also featuring SLIPKNOT guitarist Jim Root) — but that some of the other members were already getting together and "messing around on stuff."
Taylor did, however, say they were planning something a real "comeback" when the album is released.
"I want to go full-on again — I wanna do some melodic stuff, but I wanna go in your face again and show people what it's all about," he said.
SLIPKNOT is currently working on its next DVD release, the follow-up to its 2002 DVD, "Disasterpieces". "It's going to be different than our last one," guitarist Mick Thomson recently told Bilboard.com. "Our last one mostly focused on the concert, and this one is going to have a lot more personal stuff on it. You get to see more stupid shit [laughs]. There'll be some music and stuff, but you're getting to see what our days our like. It should be a lot more fun."
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