Stone Sour Making An Album That No One Wants Them To Make

(Gibson) Corey Taylor recently spoke to ARTISTdirect about the progress of the songwriting sessions for Stone Sour's fourth album. The follow-up to 2010's Audio Secrecy is due in 2012, but Taylor says it will turn out to be "an album that no one wants us to make."

According to Taylor, the album likely will be recorded in Iowa with producer David Bottrill, who has previously worked with Tool, Muse and Peter Gabriel, among others. "I am looking forward to basically becoming a mad scientist in the studio and creating an album that no one wants us to make," Taylor said. "I pretty much got permission to do whatever I wanted, which means that I'm essentially going against the grain in an age where people are f---ing trying to simply put out singles. We're looking to do a double concept album and really make it destructive."

Taylor suggested the album would be a mix of Pink Floyd's The Wall and Alice in Chains' Dirt "on steroids that will give you a taste of what I'm shooting for right now. We've already got 14 tunes done, and we're looking to get another 15 ready to go. The stuff we have right now is nuclear. It's pretty much going to go all the way. It's dark as s--t. There's so much balls-out rock on it as well as some good headpunchers and some really cool dark pieces. I'm really excited about it." more on this story

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