During the recent Interview with famous radio personality Eddie Trunk, Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor unveiled the hard effort they did to make his first solo album and explained what did they do.

In the conversation, Corey stated that they recorded around 25 songs less than three weeks, even though there was a danger of coronavirus. Also, he said that they worked hard to be careful about the COVID situation as they did in the songs. According to Corey, there was no contact with anybody else and no outside people during the recording sessions.

Here is what Corey Taylor said:

“It’s been a long time coming. It was something that people have been asking me to do for years, and it was something that I always kind of put off, because how greedy can somebody be? I already have two bands.

What more do I want? But then it just kept coming up, and then I just kept thinking about it, like, what would a solo album sound like? And that’s when I started really looking into my bag, and it was just, like, I’ve got all these songs that I’ve written that didn’t fit with either band.

And that’s kind of what started this. I was gonna do this next year, but then, obviously, everything shut down, so it kind of afforded me the time to really go in and really concentrate on it and work with the people that I wanted to work with — friends of mine for 15-plus years; people who I’ve made music with or jammed with or played with that I knew exactly how it would sound with them on it.”

He added:

“And we just did it right. Honestly, we all quarantined for two weeks, including the people in the studio that we worked at, and made sure that we had no contact with anybody else — no outside people — and we just all went in and did it together. And we did 25 songs in two and a half weeks. It was insane.”

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