Slipknot-Frontmann Corey Taylor auf dem Rocklahoma 2021

New album coming this year

Slipknot boss Corey Taylor confirmed via Twitter that a new studio album will be released this year. In addition to this, he has tweeted about a large number of other projects that he is currently working on. Including releasing a solo album and working on a movie called “Zombie Versus Ninja”. “Big Shit Coming, 2022 Edition: ZvN Updates, SK Album, Secret ‘Homecoming’ Plans, etc. Stay Connected! Hold on to Your Butts” – Franklin D. Roosevelt.

media manipulation

In November last year, the new single “The Chapeltown Rag” was released. Opposite knotfest.com Taylor’s single description “The Punisher” They stated that this title documents what happens when media distortion spreads in the echo rooms of social networking sites. It’s a classic Slipknot song.The singer said about the song, which was inspired by a Netflix documentary about the Yorkshire Ripper serial killer, who murdered several women in the suburb of Chapeltown, West Yorkshire, UK in the late 1970s.

“And that’s crazy. But lyrically, it’s about talking about the different manipulations that can happen when social media meets the media itself. And the different ways these manipulations can try to drag us in different directions, each of us has become addicted to, and it’s It’s very dangerous.”

On everyone’s lips around the world

The previous book, We Are Not Your Kind, was published in August 2019. The LP sold 118,000 albums units in the United States in its first week of release and placed the band at number one on the Billboard 200 charts. The record also made waves around the world with its UK debut United States, Mexico, Australia, Canada, Japan, Ireland, Belgium, Portugal and Finland. Also top 5 debuts in Germany, France, Norway, Italy, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain and New Zealand.

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Iowa mask wearer recently completed the Knotfest Roadshow Tour supported by Killswitch Engage, Fever 333 and Code Orange. The 29-day tour, produced by Live Nation, began after the band’s Knotfest Iwoa Hometown show at Des Moines in late September.

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