COREY TAYLOR ON NEW SLIPKNOT ALBUM 
Everyone has been wondering and also have been hearing tid bits hear and there about us possibly getting a SLIPKNOT album next year. The reality of it is that this will be a long process for the guys in SLIPKNOT and we are just going to have to understand that and be patient. Which I know all of you MAGGOTS will.
COREY TAYLOR told BILLBOARD:
"The only thing we’ve talked about is the beginning of next year, getting together and seeing where each other are at, musically," Taylor says. "I know I’ve got some music that I’ve been working on. Joey’s (Jordison) got a bunch of stuff. Jim’s (Root) got some stuff. Clown’s always got a lot of really interesting musical ideas. So it’ll be really cool to see what happens. We really don’t have a timetable; we’ve basically told everybody, ‘Screw you, don’t give us a deadline’ because this album especially is too important. It’s going to be a daunting task going into the studio without (the late bassist) Paul Gray, so I don’t need a bunch of suits rushing me through something that is going to be pretty emotional. Right now the plan is to just go into the studio and see what happens."

All I know is that the next album will probably be the most emotional album they will put out.

COREY TAYLOR ON NEW SLIPKNOT ALBUM


Everyone has been wondering and also have been hearing tid bits hear and there about us possibly getting a SLIPKNOT album next year. The reality of it is that this will be a long process for the guys in SLIPKNOT and we are just going to have to understand that and be patient. Which I know all of you MAGGOTS will.

COREY TAYLOR told BILLBOARD:

"The only thing we’ve talked about is the beginning of next year, getting together and seeing where each other are at, musically," Taylor says. "I know I’ve got some music that I’ve been working on. Joey’s (Jordison) got a bunch of stuff. Jim’s (Root) got some stuff. Clown’s always got a lot of really interesting musical ideas. So it’ll be really cool to see what happens. We really don’t have a timetable; we’ve basically told everybody, ‘Screw you, don’t give us a deadline’ because this album especially is too important. It’s going to be a daunting task going into the studio without (the late bassist) Paul Gray, so I don’t need a bunch of suits rushing me through something that is going to be pretty emotional. Right now the plan is to just go into the studio and see what happens."

All I know is that the next album will probably be the most emotional album they will put out.