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Slipknot on Tuesday (July 19) announced their seventh studio album, The End, So Much, with the effort’s formal guide solitary, “The Dying Track (Time to Sing),” and an accompanying new music video clip from the masked metal band. Of training course, Slipknot lovers immediately started responding to the new music and specifics.
Not that we might hope just about anything less from Maggots — the collective expression the Iowa outfit makes use of to refer to their diehards — and the obsession with all points Knot. In the preliminary wake of the song’s launch, the prevailing temper among fans on Twitter was a person of excitement. Nonetheless, there were being some who weren’t as stoked. On top of that, remarks surged forth about the album artwork and other particulars.
See reactions down towards the bottom of this publish.
“The Dying Track” begins as no Slipknot music has just before. Guide singer Corey Taylor intones a few of lines a cappella ahead of chanting “Die” around and about. The group then bursts into intestine-punching brutality in typical Slipknot fashion. The songs video characteristics a kaleidoscope-like visual standpoint — as if the band was doing within a enjoyable house.
But it’s not the first of The Conclude, So Considerably that listeners have heard…so much. Final year’s pre-launch single, “The Chapeltown Rag,” is also on the track listing.
The End, So Far arrives out in entire Sept. 30. View the movie for “The Dying Tune” down below. Beneath, uncover out if your reaction matches that of other Slipknot fans’.
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