Corey Taylor Is Working On A Movie Script And Another Book
It’s been quite the 12 months for Corey Taylor. Not only did he get married and start work on his solo record, but Slipknot went and released a new album! The 5K-rated We Are Not Your Kind reached Number One in the UK charts and has barely left the Kerrang! stereo ever since.
Oh, and they headlined Download. And took Knotfest on tour across the United States. And… well, you get the picture. So surely next year Corey is going to put his feet up and chill out a bit, right?
Alongside more touring with Slipknot (they’re hitting the UK in January, setting sail on a cruise, launching the inaugural Knotfest UK, and more besides), the vocalist has even more plans of world domination.
“I’m starting to get material together for a solo album that I’m going to record in 2021,” Corey tells Kerrang!. “I’ve got about 26 songs written for it. It’s going to be the best ’90s album ever. That’s the only way I can really describe it. Some of it is a reflection of being sick and tired of this nutless rock’n’roll I’ve seen lately that is real soft. I like my rock’n’roll to kick me in the fucking nuts. That’s just me though, I’m a fucking dick!
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“Other than that, I wrote a script for a horror movie that I’m really stoked about. And I just broke the skin on book five, so I’m working on that as well. I’ve got a lot of things going on, but I’m also making sure there’s plenty of time for my family, my marriage and home. God knows, you never know how much time you’re gonna get there.”
So expect to see a lot of Corey Taylor in the near future, whether it’s onstage, on screen or on paper.
Catch Slipknot at one of the shows below next year. Get your tickets here.
Slipknot tour 2020
14 Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena
16 Manchester, United Kingdom – Manchester Arena
17 Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom – Utilita Arena
18 Glasgow, United Kingdom – SSE Hydro
20 Sheffield, United Kingdom – Flydsa Arena
21 Nottingham, United Kingdom – Motorpoint Arena
22 Cardiff, United Kingdom – Motorpoint Arena
24 Birmingham, United Kingdom – Birmingham Arena
25 London, United Kingdom – The O2
28 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome
29 Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
30 Paris, France – AccorHotels Arena
1 Luxembourg, Luxembourg – Rockhal
2 Lyon, France – Halle Tony Garnier
4 Budapest, Hungary – Sportarena
6 Lodz, Poland – Atlas Arena
8 Stuttgart, Germany – Hanns Martin Schleyer Halle
9 Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle
11 Milan, Italy – Mediolanum Forum
12 Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
14 Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle
16 Hamburg, Germany – Barclaycard Arena
17 Berlin, Germany – Mercedes-Benz Arena
18 Dortmund, Germany – Westfalenhalle
20 Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena
21 Stockholm, Sweden – Ericsson Globe
22 Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena
24 Helsinki, Finland – Hartwall Arena
20 Tokyo, Japan – Knotfest Japan*
21 Tokyo, Japan – Knotfest Japan*
24 Singapore – Singapore Rockfest*
27 Jakarta, Indonesia – Hammersonic Festival*
29 Manila, Phillipines – Amoranto Stadium
31 Cologne, Germany – Stadium
1 Wacken, Germany – Wacken Open Air*
7 Berlin, Germany – Waldbühne
10 Barcelona, Spain – Knotfest at Sea*
22 Milton Keynes, United Kingdom – Knotfest UK*
(* = festival show)
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