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Slipknot - ‘.5: The Gray Chapter’

For the past 40 odd years since Black Sabbath’s creation of metal, bands have joined the crusade of carrying the genre into the next generation and beyond. 663 more words

Slipknot's Corey Taylor talks Knotfest, new album and paranormal experiences

By Rachael Mattice

OC Weekly

Despite the chaos that the Des Moines, Iowa band has gone through in the past few years, Slipknot’s duality of the release of their fifth studio album “.5: The Gray Chapter” and personified three-day heavy metal festival Knotfest are noteworthy events to look forward to. 2,840 more words

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Album Review: .5: The Gray Chapter by Slipknot

Title:                   .5: The Gray Chapter
Artist:                 Slipknot
Genre:                Heavy Metal
Release Date:   17 Oct 2014

They’ve brought a new feel to the American metal scene at their breakout with a Halloween feel to their every concert. 332 more words

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Album Review: Slipknot- .5 The Gray Chapter

Sometimes it takes a death to put thing into perspective. It’s never easy to deal with, especially when it’s someone very close. When it was announced that Slipknot were in the studio recording a new album, it was met with great skepticism. 315 more words

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Slipknot stream new track online

Slipknot are offering another song preview as ‘Custer’ is streaming online ahead of fifth studio album, .5: The Gray Chapter. 214 more words

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MUSIC REVIEW: Slipknot, ".5: The Gray Chapter"

A lot of things have changed since 2008, when Slipknot released their last studio album “All Hope Is Gone”. In this six year span, founding member and bassist Paul Gray (the namesake of the album’s title) died from a drug overdose, and drummer Joey Jordison was later ousted from the band in a contentious manner. 474 more words

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Album Review: Slipknot's .5: The Gray Chapter

By Eric Kuehl

Metal Injection proves once again that they are the premier metal blog, posting a review for an album that won’t be released for another three weeks. 325 more words

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