Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor and percussionist M. Shawn "Clown" Crahan were interviewed by Mistress Juliya when the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival tour, which they're headlining, passed through Chicago a few days ago. The video is above; Clown discusses his longtime interest in photography, which has culminated in his photo book Apocalyptic Nightmare Journey, as well as the artwork for Slipknot's new compilation, Antennas to Hell. Corey, meanwhile, talks about Slipknot's first ever app, "Wear the Mask," which is available on their site.


Slipknot's Antennas to Hell is available everywhere now; you can buy the single-disc version, the double-disc version with the band's complete live set from Download 2009 on Disc Two, or the three-disc version including a DVD containing all the band's videos, and the brand-new "Antennas to Hell" clips spotlighting individual bandmembers, all from the Roadrunner webstore!


Slipknot tour dates continue through August 18; find a show near you!