Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor has recently been interviewed by the 98KUPD’s Fitz and talked about post-coronavirus days as well as the hard times he had while being a musician during COVID-19.

As you may already remember, Slipknot frontman has released his first solo album named CMFT in the last quarter of 2020. The album has been released by Roadrunner Records and features thirteen new tracks including an extra song for the Japanese edition of it.

Despite CMFT has managed to peak top ten on album charts in many countries like Scotland, Australia, Austria, and The United States Top Rock Albums list of Billboard, Corey could not make enough live shows to promote his debut album due to coronavirus measures.

In his latest interview, Corey has announced that he will make a three-week-long, social distanced tour in the next months. While sharing the details of his upcoming tour, Corey also claimed that the outbreak is about to end and the whole industry should be positive about it.

Here is what Corey Taylor thinks about the post-outbreak days:

“This isn’t forever. I know a lot of doomsayers out there who are, like, ‘Oh, this is it.’ I’m, like, ‘Are you kidding me?’ You can’t even keep people from storming into the Super Bowl. You’re telling me that people are gonna stay behind closed doors forever? We can’t, as a species, do that. We cannot do that; we are not built for that.

And people are going to encourage each other to find ways to get together and have fun. It’s just a matter of time. And the more positive we can be about it, the better it’s gonna be, man.”

He continued:

“Especially now that we have people who are actually looking around, going, ‘Okay, we’re not ignoring this. We’re not denying this. This isn’t a political thing. This is a safety thing. Let’s just get rid of that. And now, this is how we’re gonna reopen things. But we’re gonna get this going.’ And that should be encouraging people.”

You can check out the whole interview below.

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