Corey Taylor, Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman, has spoken of his much-praised debut solo album, ‘CMFT,’ and revealed how it felt to release a party record while having been sober for 10 years now.

During the latest interview he gave to the Metal Hammer, the successful lead vocalist and lyricist, Corey Taylor, has opened up about the recording process of ‘CMFT,’ explaining that the album was produced with a celebratory spirit in mind.

Taylor also touched upon the issue that some die-hard Slipknot fans didn’t like his new project at all. He said he doesn’t really care about the negative critics since ‘CMFT’ is a work that truly represents him.

Within the course of the conversation, the interviewer didn’t forget to point out the fact that Corey’s debut solo album has a determinant party theme. At this point, Taylor was asked, having been sober for 10 years, what makes a great party for him these days.

The talented musician referred to the people around him as the reason why he enjoys partying. He also admitted that he’s really blessed with having friends who he’s had for going on decades.

Taylor explained that he’s hit that cool point in his sobriety where it doesn’t really bother him when people drink around him, because he knows they’re not going to get completely loaded and jump through his window.

Here’s what Corey Taylor said when asked what makes a great party for him:

“The people. I am really blessed with having friends who I’ve had for going on decades, and we’re all the biggest dorks on the planet.

I’ve hit that cool point in my sobriety where it doesn’t really bother me when people drink around me, because I know they’re not going to get completely loaded and jump through my window.”

You can check out the rest of the interview here.