And, of course, we've also got a brand-new Slipknot album on the way too among all this extra online stuff!
Last month, drummer Jay Weinberg teased that the band were getting experimental, with lots of "exciting" and "interesting" elements in their new music.
"I would say we kind of turned up the dials on experimentation," he revealed. "And there's some new things happening that are really exciting, really interesting, stuff that maybe I wouldn't have even expected us to pull out of our hat. We've got a song that's like the heaviest blues song on earth, and stuff like that that's super-exciting to hear what the guys are doing. Then, once we're working on the instrumental for a while, then we get to hear what Corey [Taylor] brings to the table and how that elevates things and turns things into newer and better and whatever… It's very exciting to hear that kind of taking shape.
"But, man, there's so much in it that is trademark Slipknot," Jay continued. "We're not gonna get away from that; we can't escape that even if we wanted to. There are certain things that are just touchstones of what we are, and I think we're really happy with that. And the fact that we can try to find new ways of presenting those elements – the loud, the fast, the abrasive, the discordant, all that is there for sure. And that's really exciting. I think [recent single The Chapeltown Rag is a great example of that. I think that's a song that's us kind of at peak energy and chaos."
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