Tag: Iowa

Bootleg: Slipknot in Detroit 2001!

Courtesy of Liberated Tape Archive, here’s a full set from the Golden Era of Slipknot. Back in 2001 on the Pledge Of Allegiance Tour, they joined forces with Rammstein, System Of A Down, No One and American Head Charge as their then new monster of an album “Iowa” was unleashed. This set was from the

NEWS: MSRY won’t be “Left Behind”!

The last of the Slipknot covers from Metal Hammer’s cover album tribute are gradually appearing in official online streams with Oxford Hardcore Punks MSRY being perhaps the last band you’d expect to be on it! But with new EP “Loss” appearing in November and Cancer Bats frontman Liam Cormier appearing on new single “Still Breaks

Riff Police! Pull Over! #69: Architects Vs Wage War!

What is there to say about Brighton Progressive Metalcore heroes Architects that hasn’t been said? A little known fact is that we had the pleasure of seeing them perform at a venue called Pressure Point in Brighton with original vocalist Matt Johnson at the helm sometime in 2007 and have the event flyer to prove

NEWS: Slipknot bring Pyrotechnics to January?

After a lot of suspense Slipknot have announced the venues for a European Tour with “Iowa” fans Behemoth! The shows will take place in January in support of new album “We Are Not Your Kind” out now via Roadrunner Records, like you didn’t already know… 14th Dublin, 3Arena 16th Manchester, Manchester Arena 17th Newcastle, Utilita

NEWS: Slipknot challenge you to “All Out Life”!

In probably the biggest surprise of the day, Slipknot released a brand new track entitled “All Out Life”! It features probably the most vitriolic vocal performance that Corey Taylor has brought to the plate since “Iowa” while having the kind of audio mix that “Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses” has. Having been announced as one

NEWS: Hunt The Dinosaur drop Slipknot cover!

Dallas Texas Progressive Deathcore crew Hunt The Dinosaur have…. Joined a large group of bands who have a Slipknot cover in their arsenal of material. In this Ryan Boswell filmed video, the band take on the classic “People=Shit” from the equally classic “Iowa”. Want to know more? Check them out on bandcamp. Are Slipknot one

Riff Police! Pull Over! #7: Wage War Vs Slipknot

When Des Moines Iowa was put firmly on the map  by Slipknot and their album “Iowa” in 2001, “The Heretic Anthem” was one of the highlights. Joey Jordison’s pummelling drum sounds alongside Jim Root and Mick Thompson’s blistering guitar work with that distinct flourish of a band at the height of their game. As Slipknot songs go,