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Posted on Aug 24, 2014 05:53 pm
Slipknot have officially unveiled "The Devil in I," the lead single off their upcoming yet-untitled new album.
As singer Corey Taylor explained, although the song is the second tune the band has unveiled to announce the fresh effort, it marks the new album's official lead single.
Focusing on the track, it features a series of dynamic changes, going from slow dark parts to full-on rocking. Give it a spin or two below.
Prior to the lead single, Slipknot have unveiled "The Negative One" as the first new track in six years. More info here.
As reported, the band had also recored a video for the song, which will likely be released in the near future. When it comes to the full album, the first 'Knot studio effort since 2008's "All Hope Is Gone" is tentatively due this fall.
A string of rumors claiming that Lamb of God's Chris Adler is the group's new drummer recently struck the web, but Adler made sure to shoot every story down, ultimately stressing that he was definitely not involved with Slipknot.