With Slipknot on hiatus for '06, frontman Corey Taylor plans to focus on Stone Sour's follow-up. Taylor isn't going to waste his time composing another Grammy acceptance speech. In fact, the Slipknot/Stone Stour frontman isn't even planning on attending the awards on February 8th - even though Slipknot's track "Before I Forget" is nominated in the Best Metal Performance category. "I'm not going to the fucking Grammys, dude," he said last week. "This is the eighth nomination for me. I cared the first two times. Now, I don't. The one time I got my hopes up I was crushed, so maybe I'm just disgruntled. But I don't care. A Grammy's a Grammy. Men at Work won a Grammy, and then they disappeared. The main thing for me is to just keep making music. I want to be around for 20 years. Putting all my fucking hopes and dreams on some statuette that'll probably sit in my bathroom? That's not what I'm about." What Taylor is about these days is Stone Sour, his long-running side project with Slipknot guitarist Jim Root. He'll be flying out to Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl's Los Angeles studio this MONDAY, January 22, to begin recording the as-yet-untitled follow-up to the band's self-titled 2002 debut, which has sold more than 500,000 copies. Click HERE to read the full article detailing Corey and Stone Sour's impending plans on MTV.com