New Slipknot Album Finished: 'Okay, We're in Uncharted Territory Right Now'

artist: slipknot date: 07/24/2014 category: general music news
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New Slipknot Album Finished: 'Okay, We're in Uncharted Territory Right Now'
The new Slipknot studio record is officially finished and waiting to be unleashed. Meanwhile, the band is continuing to tease the effort with more unsettling material.

Chatting with Hard Drive, singer Corey Taylor discussed the yet-untitled album, as well as working without two longtime members, late bassist Paul Gray and the band's former drummer Joey Jordison.

"It was interesting," he kicked off. "We knew it was gonna be heavy. We knew it was gonna be one of those things where it's like, 'Okay, we're in uncharted territory right now, so what do we do?'

"And Jim [Root] and Clown [Shawn Crahan] really stepped up, you know. They kind of started leading the charge and really getting stuff together. So by the time we really got into the studio, we had a really great template of music to check out," Taylor added (via Blabbermouth).

As far as fresh teasers are concerned, the group is continuing with the same creepy vibe, this time around sharing a caption saying: "The Cystic/Symbolic/Condition." Check it all out below, more specific details are bound to drop soon.




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