To help celebrate the release of Antennas to Hell, Noisecreep is taking a look back at Slipknot‘s iconic masks throughout the years. Click on the image below to view the whole photo gallery.
Relive Slipknot’s raucous set at this year’s Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival with this exclusive photo gallery (which you can find at Revolver Magazine‘s website), courtesy of Brigette Sullivan/Outer Focus Photos.
BBC has posted a review of Slipknot‘s compilation album “Antennas To Hell”. Below you can read an excerpt from the review.
Truly brilliant best-of collection from the Des Moines metal misfits.
With its unfortunate associations with petrol station forecourts and supermarket checkouts, the very idea of a greatest hits compilation would seem anathema to US extreme metallers Slipknot.
Since the release of their platinum-selling eponymous debut album back in 1999, they’ve remained at the top of their game. Against a backdrop of rapidly shifting musical fashions, they’re still the soundtrack for the Y2K generation and have clung to the cutting edge with tenacity.
Read more from BBC.
There’s an interview with Clown (#6 of Slipknot) in the latest issue of Terrorizer Magazine.
Metal Hammer takes a special look at the amazing career of Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison, chatting to the man himself about everything from playing in one of the biggest and most controversial metal bands of all time to sitting in for Metallica’s Lars Ulrich at Download 2004 and losing his best friend in Paul Gray.
Source: Metal Hammer
The Pulse Of Radio recently spoke to Joey Jordison about Slipknot‘s “Antennas To Hell”
#1 of Slipknot told The Pulse Of Radio that he and the band compiled the set based not on their own feelings about their music, but on what their fans enjoy. “When we create music, and we record it and then we throw it out to the world; it’s other people’s music now, you know what I mean?” he said. “And like, it’s not really ours anymore. We’ll perform it, but it’s for other people to enjoy. Like, I mean, it’s still our songs, and we’ll always play ‘em, but it’s like it’s other people’s music. So that’s like kind of what we were doing, you know, with ‘Antennas To Hell’.”
Zane Lowe of U.K.’s BBC Radio 1 recently conducted an interview with Corey Taylor. #8 of Slipknot talked about Paul Gray, The 9 and more! You can now listen to the chat in the player below.
Scotty Mars of “The Scotty Mars Show” recently conducted an interview with Corey Taylor (#8 of Slipknot, Stone Sour). You can now listen to the chat in two parts below. In part one of their conversation they discuss touring with legends, “Antenna’s From Hell” and the future of Slipknot. In the second part #8 talks about movies, comic books, and the upcoming Stone Sour concept album “House Of Gold And Bones”.
Be sure to check out Sid Wilson's The Miami Vice Sound Crack Store where you can find t-shirts, slipmats and more from #0 of Slipknot, Keen and Jamazz!
Rockstar Mayhem Festival 2012
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