Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor has been recently interviewed by Radio.com’s ‘Long Live Rock…Celebrate The Chaos’ documentary this month and opened up about making live shows during the coronavirus days and his plans on %25 to %50 percent capacity concerts.

As you may already follow the music scene, most of the rock stars and other musicians had to postpone or cancel their upcoming shows due to coronavirus outbreak. However, after the coronavirus vaccine has been founded by scientists, many musicians like Paul Stanley, Alice Cooper, and Corey Taylor himself begun to talk about the possibility of live shows in near future.

In his latest conversation, he made in Long Live Rock…Celebrate The Chaos, Corey Taylor shared his plans on making live shows to promote his recently released solo album named CMFT. According to Corey, he plans to make %25 to %50 percent capacity shows and taking the audience to the area by proof of vaccine.

Here is what Corey Taylor said:

“It will be 25 percent to 50 percent capacity, depending on restrictions. Full masks, in pods, temp checks at the door. Nobody’s allowed in without a negative COVID test on paper, regardless if you have a ticket or not, or proof of vaccine. We’re looking to do that in May to June…

It will be my solo band CMFT, and my wife’s dance troupe is gonna open. It will be a full band, full electric, and we’re gonna play for, like, two hours. We’re just going for it. I’m coming for Bruce — I’m coming for Bruce Springsteen. I wanna do a five-hour show and make everyone hate me for the rest of my life.”

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