Corey Taylor believes that Slipknot's new album, The End, So Far, connects to what they did on their 2004 album Volume 3 (The Subliminal Verses).
Taylor tells Kerrang, "To me, Volume 3 was really the most expansive album that we had done, up to that point. It was the thing that kind of pushed the boundaries for everybody, you know? We were able to experiment with different styles of music, and really show people that there was so much more depth to what we do. And I kind of feel like that’s what this album is doing.
"In a way it is [also] an extension of We Are Not Your Kind, but to me, the songs are better, the structuring is better. We’re able to kind of take it even further, and after 23 years professionally, being able to say that there’s ground that we haven’t covered yet, and there’s ground that we’re excited to cover, is cool.”
The End, So Far is due out September 30th.
Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - 11:09 AM
Corey Taylor says Slipknot's new album The End, So Far connects to what they did on Vol. 3. bit.ly/3RPKdms
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