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Stone Sour and Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor will reportedly be featured on Tonight Alive's upcoming new album! Underworld, the Australian rock band's fourth full-length release, is due out Jan. 12 from Hopeless Records.

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As pointed out by Blabbermouth, Tonight Alive singer Jenna McDougall told the Newcastle Herald of the unique guest spot. Taylor imparts his talent to Underworld's final track, “My Underworld,” and he recorded his contribution in New York before the band wrapped up their recording sessions in Thailand.

“He's just a really great man who was happy to lend his voice to our song,” McDougall says of Taylor. “And [he] expressed he's a fan of our music—which is hard to believe—and it was so heartwarming to hear that.”

As for McDougall, the artistic appreciation and respect goes both ways: “I've never seen a band put on a show like Slipknot and I really, really respect Corey Taylor and his dynamics in his voice and his presence as a frontman.”

Underworld also features at least one other awesome guest appearance. PVRIS vocalist Lynn Gunn apparently makes her voice heard on the album's “I Disappear.” We can't wait to hear this record come January!

For now, have a listen to Tonight Alive's latest single, “Temple,” directly below, and get your pre-order in for Underworld right here! You can check out the album cover art and track listing for Underworld over here.

Tonight Alive – “Temple”

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