Slipknot Starting To Feel Like A Family Again Since Paul Gray's Death

(TeamRock Radio) Frontman Corey Taylor has admitted that Slipknot have had to confront their own fear about recording without their late bass player Paul Gray. The bassist, one of the band's guiding light's died in 2010, forcing them onto hiatus from which they haven't quite returned.

Despite having hit the stage a number of times in the past three years including a headline set at this year's Download Festival they hadn't been able to get back into the studio.

That's about to change, says frontman Taylor. "We've all come a long way in the last couple of years," he says. "We've all started to get our own sh*t together and we're starting to feel like a family again which is huge for us.

"As dysfunctional as this band has been in the past, we've always been there for each other, and we're really starting to reflect that now." He had more to say.

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