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Generally favorable reviews- based on 10 Ratings

  • Summary: The debut full-length solo release for the Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman features guest appearances from Tech N9ne and Kid Bookie
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Oct 7, 2020
    It’s a lot of fun. With all this in mind, will such an eccentric listen be for everyone? Probably (k)not. But, right now, you’d be silly to not let yourself get caught up in it.
  2. ‘CMFT’ isn’t the most profound or intense album Taylor has put his hand to, but it’s certainly the most fun. He sounds in love with life, a man finally free of his darkness.
  3. 70
    Taylor hasn’t reinvented the wheel here, but he has reinvented himself.
  4. Oct 9, 2020
    The stylistic shifts can be jarring, but Taylor sells the hell out it, and in doing so manages to bring some fun into the often-dour Slipknot universe.
  5. Oct 7, 2020
    Corey Taylor has crafted a no-frills, carefree collection of party rock tunes that, at worst, offer nothing inventive or deep but at best will give you an adrenaline rush at 2 a.m. when you’re out with your buddies getting trashed and forgetting that 2020 ever happened.
  6. Nov 11, 2020
    Taylor takes that responsibility as a solo artist and runs with it, throwing everything and anything into the mix; there are the standard sounds you’d expect from him, but there’s also country, blues-based hard rock, punk and some rap-rock thrown in for good measure. And therein lies the issue with CMFT: rather than those disparate influences somehow mixing to become a whole, they’re left to stand on their own. The more you listen to CMFT, the more it comes across as ‘Corey Taylor does (insert genre here)’ rather than something cohesive.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 3
  2. Negative: 0 out of 3
  1. Oct 4, 2022
    Good, a classic rock album, and, in this noments is si hard finding this type of music.
  2. Jan 4, 2021
    ( 76/100 )

    Co-fundador de Stone Sour en 1992 e integrante de Slipknot desde 1997, Corey Taylor comienza como solista con "CMFT". Corey se
    ( 76/100 )

    Co-fundador de Stone Sour en 1992 e integrante de Slipknot desde 1997, Corey Taylor comienza como solista con "CMFT". Corey se divierte tocando y cantando con dinamismo mientras expone sus reflexiones sobre el espíritu, el romance y su personalidad. La voz de Corey es poderosa, incansable y sorprende al mantener la intensidad que los instrumentos exigen. La perturbación del coro con las guitarras, el aura de teatro musical que dividirá opiniones y la energía en cada track es algo entretenido de escuchar. La producción de Corey Taylor y Jay Ruston añaden algo de Post Grunge que le da sensibilidad y madurez a la música, también Country, Groove-Metal, Nu Metal, Stoner Rock y Rock alternativo, pero estos géneros no se explora adecuadamente. Eso no afecta la experiencia, pero sí hace que el proyecto sea inconsistente. Aunque necesita más solidez conceptual para que su música no sea pasajera, este album le ayuda a complementar un futuro prometedor en la industria del Hard Rock.
    Co-Funder of Stone Sour in 1992 and member of Slipknot since 1997, Corey Taylor starts his soloist career with "CMFT". Corey has fun playing and singing with dynamism while exposes his reflections about spirit, romance, and personality. Corey's voice is powerful, untiring, and surprises by keeping the intensity that the instruments demand. The disturbance of the chorus with the guitars, the aura of musical theater that will divide opinions, and the energy in each track is something entertaining to hear. Carey Taylor and Jay Ruston add some post-grunge that gives sensibility and maturity to the music. They also add some country, Groove-Metal, nu-metal, stoner rock, and alternative rock to the production, but these genres are not explored properly. That doesn't damage the experience, but it makes it inconsistent. Even though he needs more solidity in the concept for his music doesn't sparse, this album helps him to complement a promising future in the hard rock industry.
  3. Mar 23, 2021