Slipknot Frontman May Join Soulfly In Studio

Slipknot singer Corey Taylor may be the next familiar face to turn up in the studio with Soulfly.

According to Roadrunner Records, which handles both bands, Taylor has been invited to appear on the group's upcoming album, and is currently trying to schedule studio time with Soulfly. Despite the efforts, details of a session have yet to be hammered out.

As we previously reported, Soulfly is pounding out its next effort, tentatively titled "Primitive," at a studio in Phoenix, Arizona with producer Toby Wright (see "Soulfly Getting Help From Lennon On New LP"). The band has already enlisted the help of Slayer's Tom Araya, the Deftones' Chino Moreno, and Will Haven's Grady Avenell on the album, as well as Sean Lennon (see "Soulfly To Play Abril Pro Rock Fest").

Max Cavalera and company took a break from recording last weekend to fly down to Brazil to play the Abril

Pro Rock 2000 Festival alongside international acts like Plebe Rude, Paralamas do Sucesso, Bia Grabois, Vulgue Tostói, Shiva Las Vegas, Andrea Marquee, Aterciopelados, and Bloco Vomit.