Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman Corey Taylor has surprised fans by flexing his rap chops on a revamped version of UK rapper Kid Bookie's 'Stuck In My Ways.'
The new version of 'Stuck In My Ways,' which is revamped to incorporate heavy guitars and a more menacing aesthetic, sees Taylor combine his trademark aggressive vocal style with the ubiquitous triplet flow, contrasting the lucid machine gun raps of Kid Bookie on the track.
The collaboration, which was instigated via a Twitter exchange back in February, has thus far proved to be popular with Slipknot fans, who've duly noted the similarities to his vocal work on Slipknot's debut album.
Listen to the new track below.
Read Corey Taylor's take on percussionist Chris Frehn leaving Slipknot here.