This upcoming Monday (02/18), Killswitch Engage's A&R Rep here at Roadrunner will be flying to Leeds in the UK, to join up with mixer Andy Sneap and KsE drummer/producer Adam Dutkiewitz in their grand quest on mixing and mastering the upcoming Al
Tonight (02/14) marks the start of Slipknot's UK tour run - 6 shows in 7 nights. Earlier today the band hung out with 3,000 fans at an in store in Glasgow, the first of three during this UK tour leg.
How have things been going during the three p
Come March 12th, Roadrunner will be putting out the soundtrack for the upcoming movie Resident Evil, a soundtrack which we already informed will feature a reworked version of Slipknot's "My Plague" and Ill Nino's "What Comes Around", a
Travel East of the Atlantic ocean and you will learn that Slipknot has been nominated for two NME awards, and you can vote. Details are as follows:
1. Best Rock/Metal Act - competition is Linkin Park, Andrew WK, Lost Prophets, System O
THE SELF-TITLED SONG "IOWA" PLAYED.
On January 29th 2002, Slipknot played a sold out show at The Docks in Hamburg, Germany. The people who saw that show are now part of Slipknot history.
The show opened with the song "Iowa" which was p
So, what's new to report in the world of Slipknot? Sit back and enjoy...
DVD - First up, plans for an upcoming Slipknot dvd is in the works. It's true. So true, that come February 16th on Slipknot's current European tour, a crew will be
So, this past Sunday night (01/20) marked the start of Slipknot's European tour. Whilst you punks in the US were getting your playoff football on, cats in Finland were seeing Slipknot for the first time. Yes, Sunday marked Slipknot's first time ev
For the second year in a row, Slipknot is a Grammy nominee - last year for Best Metal Performance with "Wait And Bleed", this year for Best Metal Performance with "Left Behind".
Their competition this year under that category is as follows:
SLIPKNOT's IOWA is officially GOLD in Japan. The RIAJ (Recording Industry Association of Japan) certified this piece gold last month (December 2001). FYI, 'gold' in Japan is sales in excess of 100,000 units
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