Corey Taylor Says He Wants To Do A Five-Hour Show As He Shares Details On His Solo Tour

During a recent appearance on Radio.com, Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor talked about his upcoming tour project and thrilled his followers.

As you may recall, Corey Taylor decided to release his debut solo album after all the events postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak, named CMFT, and the album is finally released in October 2020.

In the conversation, Corey stated that he is planning to make a socially distanced tour with his solo band even though the outbreak still continues and said that they will be taking all the cautios like masks, the test results, and more.

Moreover, Corey revealed that they are thinking about starting in May and pointed out that they will be reaching only twenty-five or fifty percent of the maximum capacity.

Here is what Corey Taylor said:

“25 percent to 50 percent capacity, depending on restrictions. Full masks, in pods, temp checks at the door. Nobody’s allowed in without a negative COVID test on paper, regardless if you have a ticket or not, or proof of vaccine.

We’re looking to do that in May to June… It will be my solo band, CMFT, and my wife’s dance troupe is gonna open. Full band, full electric, we’re gonna play for, like, two hours. We’re just going for it.”

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