Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor responded to the claims about collaborating with Lamb of God lead vocalist Randy Blythe for Scott B. Hansen’s upcoming horror movie through sharing a post on his Twitter account.

Taylor has been pursuing a successful career as an actor besides his projects with Slipknot. He starred in various movies such as ‘Fear Clinic,’ ‘Officer Downe,’ and ‘Diamanda Hagan.’ Therefore, his fans started to wonder whether he would star in another movie and asked for some details.

Recently it was reported that Corey Taylor, Lamb Of God’s Randy Blythe, and Arch Enemy’s Alissa White-Gluz will star in Scott B. Hansen’s new movie entitled ‘The Virginia Bitches.’ The movie tells the story of a female vampire death metal band that has to get out of a town full of cannibals.

As a person who has worked with Hansen in his anthology horror film ‘Bad Candy,’ Taylor’s fans believed this rumor, so he had to end it. He stated he won’t be in ‘The Virginia Bitches’ with Blythe, his bandmate from Teenage Time Killers. The Slipknot frontman apologized to his fans, movie crew, and media because of the rumors.

Taylor’s tweet read:

“I’m not sure how this started, but I want to be clear: I am not in a movie called ‘The Virginia Bitches.’ My apologies to the fans, those involved with the film, and all the media outlets who are reporting on it. Thank you.”

You can check out the tweet below.