Watch the new HD Version of Slipknot’s “Dead Memories” Official Music Video, “Live at MSG”Album Celebrating 15 Years of the “All Hope Is Gone” Coming Soon


Slipknot will celebrate the 15th anniversary of their All Hope Is Gone album from 2008, released on Roadrunner Records. They will drop a live album – Live at MSG, honoring the band’s first concert at “The World’s Most Famous Arena” – Madison Square Garden in New York City. The album featured new artwork by Clown, and vinyl variants have been made available now at the links below-featuring band members’ selected custom-colored limited editions themselves. The band has now shared a new HD version of their classic “Dead Memories” music video on YouTube! Pre-order the album now and watch the clip below!

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PODCAST: Glacially Musical Pouredcast 107: Slipknot Discography: Pt.4 – “All Hope Is Gone,” and Beyond


We continue our series on arguably the biggest metal band in the world,   Slipknot!  Episode 4 of 4 in this series sees Nik and keefy close it out with the ascent to the top of heap of metal headling arena tours, festival headlining in Europe and America, Mayhem Fest, their fourth album “All Hope Is Gone” and a brief breeze through the rest of their career up to now. RIP Paul, and RIP Joey.     Continue reading

Slipknot’s Single “Psychosocial” Has Been Certified Gold in The U.K.

Slipknot’s popular single “Psychosocial” has been certified gold in the United Kingdom. According to, to ear a gold certification for a single in the U.K., Slipknot had to sell 400,000 units of the song, or get the equivalent number of spins on streaming.The platinum, gold and silver certifications awarded by the British Phonographic Industry in recognition of sales milestones have included audio streaming data since June 2015, with 1,000 streams counting as one “sale.” “Psychosocial” comes from the album  All Hope Is Gone (Roadrunner Records).

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You Can Purchase the Royalty Rights to Slipknot’s “All Hope is Gone” Album For a Limited Time

Royalty Exchange, the brand that administers rights of bands and artists’ future rights is offering a portion of Slipknot’s future royalties on their 20089 platinum album All Hope Is Gone (Roadrunner Records). Previously this was owned by the producer of the album. You will need deep pockets to win, as the current bid was $758,000, with bids set to end on Monday, May 4 at 3PM MDT. The first distribution payment will come on Sept. 30, 2020, with future distributions being paid biannually. For additional details and to get in on the bidding, check out the Royalty Exchange auction at the link below. The winning bidder will have the opportunity to own a slice of the group’s music whenever it is played, which is all the time. Royalty Exchange has revealed that the total earnings for the All Hope Is Gone album grew 20 percent in 2019 over the previous year. Streaming subscriptions have also helped drive the growth, resulting in 73 percent of last year’s earnings. That marks a 40 percent increase over the prior year in that area. All five of the top-earning songs in the catalog earned more last year than in 2018, with four of them growing by double-digit totals. In addition, the Royalty Exchange producer royalties auction not only includes Slipknot’s All Hope Is Gone, but also Simple Plan’s self-titled 2008 record. The winning bidder will collect royalties generated from any sales, streaming, and sync fees for either album, as well as the individual singles contained on both. Sales and streaming, in particular, pay a greater share of revenue to sound recording royalties over composition royalties. Thsi may seem weird, but it is commonplace in the industry. Famous musicians who have sold off part or all of their royalties include David Bowie, Eminem, Nirvana, and KK Downing of Judas Priest. Continue reading

Slipknot To Drop Unreleased “Psychedelic Album”  Outtakes from “All Hope Is Gone” Sessions Soon

In a new interview with Loudwire’s Jon Wiederhorn, M. Shawn Crahan (a.k.a. Clown, a.k.a #6), the leader of Slipknot has revealed the band will release an entire albums’ worth of new, never before heard material leftover from 2008’s All Hope is Gone (Roadrunner). This revelation comes on the heels that the prolific and popular metallers also have an album’s worth of new songs remaining unreleased after their new album We Are Not Your Kind (also Roadrunner) came out recently. Clown commented about the All Hope Is Gone outtakes:Continue reading

Supergroup Of Slipknot Members Have A New Album Recorded

Slipknot, by Evil Robb Photography

In a new interview with M. Shawn Crahan of Slipknot, he revealed that ten years ago he, Corey Taylor, Jim Root, and DJ Sid Wilson collaborated and recorded a stand-alone side project, while the band was recording All Hope Is Gone (Roadrunner). Not it seems this album will the light of day, since prior to now “it wasn’t the right time”. One of the tracks intended for the Slipknot members’ side project was ‘Til We Die,’ featured on the digipak release of All Hope Is Gone.Continue reading

Slipknot’s All Hope Is Gone Reissue Due Next Month


As the band has promised for some time, Slipknot’s 2008 album, All Hope Is Gone, will be reissued on December 7th via Roadrunner Records. The 10th-anniversary deluxe edition of the LP will feature re-imagined artwork and a bonus disc containing an audio recording of the band’s 2009 headlining concert at Madison Square Garden.Continue reading

Slipknot To Open Haunted House, Details About New Album And Reissue Project

You can keep your lame Pumpkin Spice flavored everything, Autumn is for Halloween! Slipknot, not strangers to the spooky side of life, is opening a badass themed haunted house in the spirit of the next month. Dubbed “The Slaughterhouse”, it will be hosted by the Barnum Factory. The 10,000 square-foot Slaughterhouse opens Oct. 5 at the Barnum Factory (97 Indiana Ave.) and runs through Oct. 31. General admission tickets cost $20, with $30 skip-the-line passes also available. The concept was co-created by M. Shawn Crahan (left), co-founding Slipknot member, and Ian Miller, Slaughterhouse owner. In a conversation with the Des Moines Register Crahan detailed the venture and also the prospects of new Slipknot music, and the coming re-issue for All Hope Is Gone (Roadrunner) and more!Continue reading