The new album is coming out this year

Slipknot-Frontmann Corey Taylor auf dem Rocklahoma 2021

Slip Note lead star Corey Taylor has confirmed on Twitter that the new studio album will be released this year. He also tweeted about several other projects he is currently working on. Includes the release of a solo album and the creation of the film ‘Zombie vs. Ninja’. Big Shit Coming, 2022 Edition: ZvN-Updates, SK-Album, Secret ‘Homecoming’-Plans, etc. Wait! ‘Hold on to your butt’ – Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Media manipulation

The new single ‘The Chapeltown Rag’ was released in November last year. On the opposite side Taylor described the single “Teacher” This title documents what happens when the distortion of social media spreads in the echo chambers of social media. “This is a classic slip note song”The singer talks about a song inspired by the Netflix documentary about the serial killer Yorkshire rapper who murdered several women on the outskirts of Chapeltown, West Yorkshire in the late 1970s.

“It simply came to our notice then. But the lyricist talks about the various manipulations that can occur when encountering social media. Also, these manipulations will try to drag us in different directions and we are all addicted to it, which is very dangerous.

On the lips of everyone around the world

We are not your type of predecessor, published in August 2019. LP sold 118,000 album units in its first week of release in the US, topping the band on the Billboard 200 charts. The record was set around the world with number one debuts in the United Kingdom, Mexico, Australia, Canada, Japan, Ireland, Belgium, Portugal and Finland. Top 5 debuts in Germany, France, Norway, Italy, Austria, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain and New Zealand.

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We are not your type of Amazon

Iowa Mask wearers recently completed their Notfest Roadshow Tour with the support of Killswitch Engage, Fever 333 and Code Orange. The 29-day tour, produced by Live Nation, kicked off at the end of September after the band’s NotFest Evo hometown show in Des Moines.

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