The forthcoming debut CD from CLOSURE, the solo project of SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor, will include 11 or 12 of the 16 songs recently laid down by the five-piece band at Catamount Studios in Cedar Falls, Iowa, according to a report posted at MTV.com. Produced by the band and Tom Tatman (i.e. LIVING SACRIFICE, CRAIG ERICKSON), the album will include such tracks as "Get Inside", "Orchids", "Blue Study" and an alternate version of "Bother", which recently appeared on the Spider-Man soundtrack. The as-yet-untitled album, which is currently being mixed, is due for release in late summer or early fall.
In related news, SLIPKNOT drummer Joey Jordison's side project THE MURDERDOLLS, which features Joey on guitar, are currently recording their debut album at Des Moines, Iowa's SR Studios, and are also expecting to drop their debut LP in late summer or early fall. The band, which had previously gone by the name THE REJECTS, also includes singer Wednesday 13, formerly of North Carolina horror-metal outfit FRANKENSTEIN DRAG QUEENS FROM PLANET 13, ex-DOPE/current STATIC-X guitarist Tripp Eisen, bassist Erik Griffin and drummer Ben Graves, are hoping to enlist Marilyn Manson to sing on one track off the album, which is being produced by Jordison.
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