Sid Wilson (#0 of Slipknot, DJ Starscream, SID) has premiered a new music video for “French Benefits” from his upcoming album “Sexcapades Of The Hopeless Robotic” (spelled “∫∑x©∆p∆D∑∫ øƒ †h3 høP∑£3∫∫ ®øbø†¡¢”). Music has been produced by SID and Kenny Cash. The music video has been directed by Tom Reel Wolf and M2P8ent.
SID‘s second album will be available this summer.
Slipknot‘s music video for “Killpop” from the album, .5: The Gray Chapter – available now on Roadrunner Records. Download it at http://smarturl.it/thegraychapter.
Video footage of The 7 performing at Rock Am Ring 2015 is available for viewing below. Slipknot performed the following songs: “Sarcastrophe”, “The Heretic Anthem”, “Psychosocial”, “The Devil in I”, “AOV”, “Vermilion”, “Wait and Bleed”, “Killpop”, “Before I Forget”, “Duality”, “Eyeless”, “Spit It Out”, “Custer”, “(sic)”, and “Surfacing.”
Slipknot – Rock Am Ring 2015
Corey Taylor (#8 of Slipknot, Stone Sour) talks to Loudwire about his only regret concerning Paul Gray, how Paul’s death readjusted Corey, the challenge of balancing two bands.
RollingStone.com recently conducted an interview with Clown, in which #6 of Slipknot talked about the band, upcoming tour and more! Below you can read a few excerpts from the interview.
Rolling Stone: How did it feel to get back on the road last year with a new album?
Clown: This business is pretty boring without us. You can look for something that’s equivalent to Slipknot and you’re going to fail miserably. It’s emotional for us because we are still something that people require and still something that people love. When you reconnect with your fans, it helps you recall the first mission, and that is to conquer the fucking world with our disease and our art and leave everything behind.
Rolling Stone: Slipknot singer Corey Taylor has said that you will be blowing stuff up on the tour. Is that literal or metaphoric?
Clown: We blow a lot of stuff up. I wouldn’t know where to begin. We’re reinventing ourselves a little bit. The world of rock & roll is real safe. You watch all these bands at these festivals and the decadence and the bullshit that goes on, the belief that you’re superhuman, and we’re just not that way. We’re just a force. We’re just bored with the way things have been and how safe the industry has gotten. We’ve been trying to get a little bit more dangerous lately and bring some of our stuff out from the past a little more.
Read more at RollingStone.com