Slipknot's Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, and ArtistDirect recently talked to frontman Corey Taylor about his memories of the album.


Says Corey, "A lot of things connected on that album if you really listen to it. Songs flow into one another. Songs fade as another fades up. It was a great listen in artistry when it came to putting an album together. I can't take any credit for that. I was just one little piece in it. It was ClownGreg Fidelman, and Joey Jordison really putting that together. I just did my best to keep up with it."


He also suggests the band's new material may be in the vein of Vol. 3's closing track, "Danger—Keep Away," saying, "That's when we were getting really experimental and not worrying about a certain formula. That type of element will definitely project itself on the next album. I think it's going to be very out there."


Read the whole thing!