Photos by: Dhruv Kumar http://www.dhruvkumar.com/ Words by: Kunal Singh August 28th, 2019. Northwell Health Amphitheater in Wantagh at Jones Beach. This is the 13th year of Knotfest and another year of pushing a band to the limit. This lineup was something out of a childhood dream for many. Combining French Environmentalist Metal with […]
SLIPKNOT has revealed details of their long-awaited sixth studio album, ‘WE ARE NOT YOUR KIND’, and released their first single, ‘Unsainted’. The new album will be released on 9th August via Roadrunner Records
In an official statement on their website, SLIPKNOT state: “Slipknot’s focus is on making album #6, and our upcoming shows around the world, our best ever. Chris knows why he is no longer a part of Slipknot. We are disappointed that he chose to point fingers and manufacture claims, rather than doing what was necessary […]
We’re more than excited to announce that we’ll be heading back to Australia and New Zealand in October. It’s been over six years since we last visited Australia and nine years since we were lucky enough to set foot in New Zealand… we’re long overdue!
ANNOUNCE KNOTFEST ROADSHOW NORTH AMERICA 2019 WITH SPECIAL GUESTS, VOLBEAT, GOJIRA & BEHEMOTH REVEAL 9th AUGUST RELEASE DATE FOR NEW STUDIO ALBUM In addition to their UK headline slot at DOWNLOAD this June, SLIPKNOT have unveiled details of their massive KNOTFEST ROADSHOW headline tour, which is set to hit North America this summer. Volbeat, Gojira, […]
Quickly becoming one of the best festivals on the circuit in the states, this years Rock USA marks a line up headlined by Rockers Disturbed, Slipknot, Five Finger Death Punch and grunge legends Alice in Chains.
Despite the persistent rain, nine iconic masked figures are warmly welcomed by tens of thousands of drenched revelers as Slipknot launch their highly-anticipated set. It’s the fifth time Slipknot have performed at the Download festival, but the first without Joey Jordison behind the drums
The encore resumes the mayhem with the intro and first track ‘(sic)’ from their career-launching first album. With two more old-school classic tracks; ‘People = Shit’ and ‘Surfacing’, the show ends in a blaze of glory, and leaves the exhausted, sweaty and elated audience in no doubt that this was a gig to remember. It was the first big metal show of the year and has definitely set the standard ridiculously high for any to follow.