Social media lit up this week when Slipknot singer Corey Taylor told fans via social media that he’s returned to the recording studio to get “back to work” on the band’s next studio album.
Taylor told fans via Instagram that they were back at work to finish the new album. In the post, Taylor attached a photo of himself at work with a Motley Crue t-shirt while hamming it up for the camera.
This will be the band’s first new track since “All Out Life” which was released four years ago.
Taylor told the Des Moines Register about the new song, saying: “people are way too pissed about the wrong things and not pissed enough about the right things
“(The song sets) the tone for getting people to stand up and go, ‘We’re not gonna allow this. We’re not gonna allow people to run us down for religious beliefs, for the color we are, for what we stand for. For who we chose to love.’ All of these things. There’s nobody doing it, man.
“Everybody’s too worried about their pockets. Everybody’s too worried about their paychecks. That was me, basically, drawing a line in the sand and going ‘Guess what? You don’t get to do this anymore.'”
Couldn’t have said it better ourselves.