Slipknot Fans React to ‘The Dying Song’ + New Album Announcement


Slipknot on Tuesday (July 19) introduced their 7th studio album, The Finish, So A ways, with the trouble's legitimate lead unmarried, “The Loss of life Tune (Time to Sing),” and an accompanying song video from the masked steel band. In fact, Slipknot fanatics straight away began responding to the song and main points.

No longer that we might be expecting anything else much less from Maggots — the collective time period the Iowa outfit makes use of to seek advice from their diehards — and the obsession with all issues Knot. Within the preliminary wake of the tune's launch, the existing temper amongst fanatics on Twitter was once one in every of pleasure. On the other hand, there have been some who were not as stoked. On most sensible of that, feedback surged forth concerning the album art work and different details.

See reactions down towards the ground of this put up.

“The Loss of life Tune” starts as no Slipknot tune has prior to. Lead singer Corey Taylor intones a few traces a cappella prior to chanting “Die” over and over again. The gang then bursts into gut-punching brutality in standard Slipknot style. The song video includes a kaleidoscope-like visible standpoint — as though the band was once appearing within a amusing space.

However it isn't the primary of The Finish, So A ways that listeners have heard…up to now. Ultimate 12 months's pre-release unmarried, “The Chapeltown Rag,” may be at the monitor checklist.

Additionally, Slipknot's “Knotfest Roadshow” continues during the U.S. this September with give a boost to from Ice 9 Kills and Crown the Empire. Get tickets right here.

The Finish, So A ways comes out in complete Sept. 30. Watch the video for “The Loss of life Tune” under. Beneath, to find out in case your response suits that of different Slipknot fanatics’.

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