It's hard to follow in Paul McCartney's footsteps, but if there's anyone with the balls and pedigree to do it, Corey Taylor would be that man. The Slipknot and Stone Sour frontman, who seemingly has his hands in everything, was one of the participants in Dave Grohl's 'Sound City' documentary and a new song featuring Taylor from the soundtrack has surfaced online.

'From Can to Can't' received its premiere on the BBC today and a radio rip of the track has surfaced online courtesy of a radio rip from Antiquiet (listen here). The track, which also features Cheap Trick's Rick Nielsen and former Kyuss bassist Scott Reeder with Grohl on drums, is a slow builder. Taylor puts his emotion into the track as it goes from mid-tempo to full-on rocker.

Both Taylor and Nielsen will be on hand as part of Grohl's Sound City Players when the star-studded film premiere concert takes place this Friday (Jan. 18) in Park City, Utah at the Sundance Film Festival. Nielsen will also perform at the post Los Angeles premiere concert bash, as well, on Jan. 31.

The 'Sound City' soundtrack arrives in stores March 12.

Listen to Dave Grohl, Corey Taylor, Rick Nielsen + Scott Reeder's 'From Can to Can't'