Metal act’s seventh studio album arrives Sept. 30
Slipknot accept as true with served up one more preview of The Conclude, So Some distance with the metal act’s new single “Yen.”
The note continues the death theme from the album’s first single, “The Demise Tune (Time to Dispute)“; the album title itself, The Conclude, So Some distance, presumably hints at an overarching theme of, well, the stop.
“You’re all I can take into yarn / The model is pink and rust / Can I preserve you in my mouth till I go into this invent? / Are you able to veil me / Will you breathe for me?” frontman Corey Taylor sings.
“As the knife goes in, nick at some level of my pores and skin / When my death begins I are alive to to know that I was death for you / I died for you.”
The Conclude, So Some distance, which the band co-produced with Joe Barresi (who mixed the band’s final two LPs), arrives on Sept. 30. In slack 2021, the group additionally shock-launched the tune “The Chapeltown Rag,” which additionally ended up on the album.
The weeks sooner than their new yarn’s arrival, Slipknot will embark on their Knotfest Roadshow foundation Sept. 20 in Nashville. The 12-date bolt incorporates a pair of competition stops, at Louisville’s Louder Than Lifestyles and Sacramento’s Aftershock.
From Rolling Stone US.