COREY TAYLOR: 'SLIPKNOT Has One More Album Left In It'

December 10, 2002

Vocalist Corey Taylor recently told Canada's MuchMusic that SLIPKNOT will have a shorter future than his other band, STONE SOUR. "The great thing about SLIPKNOT is it is one of those bands that if it hangs out too long, it will not be cool at all," Taylor said. "So we do what we do with SLIPKNOT. I think SLIPKNOT has one more album in it, and then we'll call it a day. 'Cause if we overstay our welcome, people are going to start to turn on it. STONE SOUR, on the other hand, I think, has 10 or 15 years in it, just for the fact that we can do anything. The bad thing about SLIPKNOT is we kind of painted ourselves into a corner, with STONE SOUR all bets are off."

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