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Customer Reviews

Probably slipknots best album ever recorded.

Almost every song in this album is amazing, from Prelude to Danger all the songs are unique and lyrics are well written. This album is a must buy for any slipknot fan, i guarantee you will love almost every song.

duality444 says yeah!

This album is awesome. Every song from 1-14 is meant to be listened to. Slipknot Rules! Stay (sic).


When I heard a few of the songs off the new album Vol. 3(The Subliminal Verses) I thought all right they' re changing to to a softer sound... weak. Really All that they have done is adapted some new material to there older sound. Sounds like The Blister Exists and Pulse of the Maggots still have the traditional Slipknot In your face Pulse pumping guitars and heart pounding Beats along with Corey Taylors' one of a kind voice. Where as the sounds of softness can be found in titles such as Circle and Vermilion, Pt. 2. The integration of a new sound can be found in the ever so popular Duality and Before I Forget. Overall Slipknot never ceases to impress and I would rate this a 5 star album, being able to enjoy each and every song only comes with a few listens.


Formed: September, 1995 in Des Moines, IA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Slipknot's mix of grinding, post-Korn alternative metal, Marilyn Manson-esque neo-shock rock, and rap-metal helped make them one of the most popular bands in the so-called nu-metal explosion of the late '90s. But even more helpful was their theatrical, attention-grabbing image: the band always performed in identical industrial jump suits and homemade Halloween masks, and added to its mysterious anonymity by adopting the numbers zero through eight as stage aliases. Add to that a lyrical...
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