Hear COREY TAYLOR's new covers of OZZY OSBOURNE, JUDAS PRIEST and more | Revolver

Hear COREY TAYLOR's new covers of OZZY OSBOURNE, JUDAS PRIEST and more

Record Store Day release finally hit streaming platforms

Last month, Corey Taylor put out a B-sides and covers collection for Record Store Day, which saluted the likes of Judas Priest, Ozzy Osbourne and more. If you weren't able to cop a vinyl edition of CMF2B… Or Not 2B on "candy floss" wax, we've got some good news for you — the whole thing is streaming online as of right now.

CMF2B… Or Not 2B is Taylor's companion album to last fall's CMF2, and was recorded during the same sessions. There's a loose feel to introductory studio goof "HSOAT," but Taylor also pounds into some earnest, foundational metal stylin' via faithful run-throughs of mid-Eighties Ozzy anthem "Shot Through the Dark" and late-Seventies Priest fave "Killing Machine," as well as a horror-show-sleazy take on Alice Cooper's "Is It My Body." All done, of course, with Taylor's signature yowl.

The collection also features an acoustic-driven solo take of Slipknot's "Snuff" that was recorded live in 2016, an update of Stone Sour's "Bother" — dubbed "Bother '23 (Still Bothered) — and additional covers of Led Zeppelin ("Ten Years Gone") and Echo & the Bunnymen ("Killing Moon").

You can check out all of motherfuckin' Corey Taylor's CMF2B… Or Not 2B through your favorite streaming service now, and some of the choicest covers up above and down below.