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Slipknot Side-Project Album to be Released After 10 Years

It’s an exciting time to be a Slipknot fan. In advance of a new album arriving in 2019, the band recently released a video for the track “All Out Life”, which you can view at the bottom of the article. We’re also getting word that members of Slipknot will be releasing another new album, one that can boast high-quality tunes and artwork.

Vocalist Corey Taylor, precisionist Clown, guitarist Jim Root (guitarist), and Sid Wilson (aka DJ Starscream) make up approximately 47% of the nine-member hard rock outfit. And while the band has always functioned with a cohesive infrastructure, these four members created a series of tunes unrelated to Slipknot, recorded during the All Hope is Gone sessions of 2008.

As for why the band members waited nearly a decade to even announce the project, he responded that they were simply “waiting for the right time”—and apparently, that time is soon. No word on what the side-project is named or when we can expect the 11-song album, but Clown insists the new sound is unique while still maintaining the essence of Slipknot’s roots.

When it comes to Slipknot, we’re always interested! Watch for the band’s new album sometime on 2019 with the side-project’s album expected soon as well. In the meantime, you can learn more about the current state of Slipknot in Rock Feed’s report below, followed by the recent video for “All Out Life”. Rock on!

Are you a Slipknot fan? Are you excited to hear the side-project consisting of Corey, Clown, Jim, and Sid? Sound off in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram!

Written by Josh Millican

Josh Millican is the Editor in Chief at Dread Central.

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