Slipknot / Stone Sour vocalist Corey Taylor has heard the question before, and he's getting a little tired about those asking about Slipknot's future. The vocalist tells Metal Sucks that he feels no matter how often he explains his stance on the band's continuation, it's not truly taken to heart.

Taylor tells Metal Sucks, "It’s like the more we try to explain it, no one hears the answer. It’s like they’re waiting for the answer they want to hear. We go out of our way to make sure our fans know everything, but at the end of the day, the fans have got to trust us. The worse it gets, the more we want to push away -- we’re still dealing with the fact that our brother is dead. It can get hectic when all that people want to know about is when we’re getting back together. Don’t they realize that we’re never, really, ever going to get back together? One of our founding members is gone. It’ll never be the same, y’know? People don’t understand it. I try not to be bitter and lash out, but it’s getting harder and harder. Brutal, man.”

During his interview, Taylor weighed in on several other topics, including the controversial political commentaries of Megadeth's Dave Mustaine. The singer says, "The thing that bothers me is no one should ever put a microphone in front of Dave Mustaine’s face unless he’s on stage. Every time he says something, I cringe. People have asked me -- there was this big thing on Twitter where people we’re going, 'Dave Mustaine makes me ashamed to be a metalhead,' and I’m like, 'Screw that! For every Mustaine, there’s a Hetfield. They’re his beliefs, let him talk s--- all he wants, and don’t let him discourage you.' Just because there’s one guy who doesn’t know what the hell he’s talking about, doesn’t mean there aren’t twenty more who do know."

Taylor also revealed that he's doing his best to stay healthy on the road, though his register seems to get lower as the years go on. When asked if he thought he was morphing into Pantera's Phil Anselmo, Taylor explained, "Umm… not really, no. I can walk upright, so I’m fine. I think Phil has a lot more problems than a deep voice, let’s put it that way. But my voice has been the same timbre for 15 years, so I’m not worried. Plus, I don’t drink any more -- I don’t smoke any less, but I don’t drink anymore, so I’m trying to stay as healthy as I can."

These days, you can hear Taylor and his low register fronting Stone Sour on their newly released, 'House of Gold & Bones, Pt. 1' album.