Corey Taylor says Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ is “one of the best hard-punk-fusion-pop albums of all time”

Corey Taylor says Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ is “one of the best hard-punk-fusion-pop albums of all time”

Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor has hailed the impact of Nirvana‘s ‘Nevermind’, calling it “one of the best hard-punk-fusion-pop albums of all time”.

The rocker was speaking ahead of the landmark LP’s 30th anniversary tomorrow (September 24).

“I had heard some dubbed copies of some of the Sub Pop 7-inches that they had released, so I was aware of Nirvana before they set off their nuclear bomb,” he told Consequence Of Sound. “[‘Nevermind’] wasn’t as sludgy as [debut album] ‘Bleach’ was, but the songs were so refined at that point. And the production — Butch [Vig] did an incredible job on that album. It changed the way people thought about songwriting. […]

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