And in a new interview with The Green Room podcast (opens in new tab), Taylor confirmed that the band were on ice for the foreseeable future while he and bandmates Josh Rand, Johny Chow, Roy Mayorga and Christian Martucci work on other projects.
Taylor says: “I feel like Stone Sour has kind of run its course for now. We all talked as a band and decided to kind of put Stone Sour on indefinite hiatus. That's the way it is.
“We've put it on the shelf for now. Everybody's going and doing their own thing.”
Taylor is preparing to release his debut solo album CMFT on October 2 through Roadrunner Records and has so far released the tracks Black Eyes Blue and CMFT Must Be Stopped which features rappers Tech N9ne and Kid Bookie.
He said: "The only thing I really wanted to do on this album was put the best songs forward because I've got enough material for three or four solo albums. But I wanted this first album to really have that impact, to really put the best songs on there, put the best foot forward and show something that I've never shown the audience before.”
As for plans to support CMFT with live shows at some point in the future, Taylor revealed that once Slipknot’s rescheduled touring schedule wraps up in 2021, he’ll probably record his second solo album and “tour two albums instead of just one.”
Corey Taylor: CMFT
1. HWY 666
2. Black Eyes Blue
3. Samantha’s Gone
4. Meine Lux
5. Halfway Down
8. Culture Head
9. Everybody Dies On My Birthday
10. The Maria Fire
12. CMFT Must Be Stopped
13. European Tour Bus Bathroom Song