Slipknot's Corey Taylor to release Christmas single - audio

He wants 'X-M@$' to deny this year's 'X Factor' winner getting to Number One

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Slipknot's Corey Taylor is to go up against this year's The X Factor winner by releasing a Christmas single.

His song, called 'X-M@$', is released on December 12 and will raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Listen to the track by scrolling down and clicking below. A Facebook group supporting the song has been set up to try and rally fans.

Writing about the song on the social networking site, Taylor wrote: "This is the season of goodwill. SCREW X Factor and everyone else going for the No1. Am i right?"

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