Slipknot have right now (August 5) shared a thundering new single referred to as ‘Yen’.
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The most recent single is taken from the band’s upcoming new album, ‘The End, So Far’, which is launched on September 30 through Roadrunner Information, marking the band’s final record with the label after first signing with them in 1998. You’ll be able to pre-order the album here.
This newest music is described in a press assertion as “a showcase of Slipknot’s distinctive vary” and a report that sees the band “charting new floor as they proceed to redefine, revitalise, and reimagine the scope of rock music.” It follows on from the earlier single, ‘The Dying Song’.
Hearken to it right here:
Not too long ago, the band’s Corey Taylor has discussed his mindset while writing the band’s upcoming album ‘The End, So Far’.
The frontman referred to the band’s sixth album as a “palette” cleanser earlier than sharing that writing their seventh “felt nearly like a reset”.
“I might get away from the shit that I’ve wanted to say, and get again to the stuff that I need to say,” he continued.
He additionally shared the which means behind ‘The Dying Track’ in the course of the interview, saying that “For the previous couple of years it’s been very fashionable to be offended and outraged by every part, and but nothing occurs – particularly in my nation, which is simply fucking ridiculous.”
He added: “It’s nearly just like the tables have turned, and the extra indignant folks get, the extra the individuals who they’re mad at simply double-down on the shit. As an alternative of there being trigger and impact, or crime and punishment, now it’s identical to, ‘Fuck you, we don’t care.’
“I can’t inform if that’s a response due to the just about nihilistic isolation of the cultures themselves, the place neither aspect is acknowledging any of the great components of one another – they’re simply actually honed in on the shit that they take into account inflammatory.”
In the meantime, Slipknot‘s turntablist has turned his previous band masks into an animatronic puppet that sings on stage. Check out that here.