Slipknot’s Sid Wilson: Fans won’t be disappointed with the new album

SLIPKNOT turntable Sid Wilson spoke to the Herald-Whig about the progress of recording sessions for the band’s forthcoming follow-up to 2019s “We are not your kind” Album. He said: “Yes, as far as I know all the members are done recording parts and it should be in the final stages. Actually, with the COVID restrictions and all, trying to get the studio sessions done, it’s been quite difficult. So it took a little longer than I think we’d like, but yes we managed to nail it.

In terms of what fans can expect from the new one SLIPKNOT Material, Wilson said: “I don’t think everyone will ever be disappointed with what we’re doing because we’re going to stay true to ourselves and make the music we feel it takes to get it all out. You know what I mean? It’s nice from a therapy session too. I think when they hear it, it comes across that way and doesn’t approach it from a rock star’s perspective and what we think the world would think of us if we’re doing a certain kind of creativity. We’re just trying to be as honest as possible about ourselves overall.”

SLIPKNOT‘s next LP is expected to include the single “The Chapeltown Rag” which was released last November. The effort was produced by Joe Barresiwho previously worked with AVENGED SEVENFOLD, QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE and CHEVELLEamong many others.

In February, SLIPKNOT singer Corey Taylor told SiriusXM‘S “Trunk Nation with Eddie Trunk” about the musical direction of the new SLIPKNOT Footage: “It’s really killer, man. It’s darker than “We are not your kind”but there is one ton of melody. I told everyone it was like a heavier version of ‘vol. 3[: (The Subliminal Verses)]’. It has so many textures and layers. The heavy stuff has attack, but the melodic stuff is easy to sink your teeth into; There are a lot of great melodies and hooks. I’m really excited for people to hear it.”

SLIPKNOT launched the 2022 iteration of its “Knot Festival Roadshow” Touring March 16 at the Fargodome in Fargo, North Dakota.

the “Knot Festival Roadshow” The tour takes place in two stages, both of which are headed by SLIPKNOT. The first leg offers special guests AT THIS MOMENT and GET SOMEONE. The second leg will have special guests CYPRESS HILL and HO99O9. The first leg of the 38-day run, produced by living nationends Sunday, April 17 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The second half begins Wednesday, May 18 in University Park, Pennsylvania and hits another 17 cities before culminating in Chula Vista, California on Sunday, June 18.

“We are not your kind” was released in August 2019. The LP sold 118,000 album equivalent units in the US in its first week of release and went to #1 on the Billboard 200 chart. Additionally, the album made a worldwide impact with #1 debuts in the UK, Mexico, Australia, Canada, Japan, Ireland, Belgium, Portugal and Finland, and top 5 debuts in Germany, France, Norway, Italy, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain and New Zealand.

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