The unauthorized audiobiography of Slipknot explores the origins of the band's heavy metal sound, as well as the nuances of their image. The band members reveal their chaotic nature; their masks are not a costume, but a way for them to express their true identities. Through a series of conversations, Pete Bruen, Joe Jacks, and Jean Hans examine the root of Slipknot's fame and the exceptional dedication of their fans. The band's individuality, their unapologetic sound, and their unmistakable personality become all the more clear through these interviews. This is a must-have for heavy-metal music lovers.
Ruled by numbers and into chaos, Slipnot are metal's messed up hardcore sensation. Iowa used to be the middle of nowhere and then there was Slipnot.
The frightening persona and bar-coded number assignment, with faces shrouded in masks deliver complete brutality. Putting on the masks reveal what's inside each of the characters, something they live 24 hours a day and is an extension of their personalities.
This is not a music release by the artist, record company, and management but an exclusive revealing audiobiog. Slipknot demand your attention; however, they don't want fans, they only want friends and family. Are they misfits - maybe. Freaks... definitely.
Whatever you think of them, Slipknot know who they are, they do what they want and they take on the world.
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