Slipknot launches mysterious new website, teases unreleased music


NOOSE has launched a mysterious new website containing what appear to be snippets of new music.

The official site Of the band Knot festival festival has a banner that says “Read all about it if you want to know…” which takes you to the page, apparently an online marketplace for NOOSE NFT. Once there, you can either “play” or “use” three – out of a total of nine – rotating graphics, each containing a symbolic, non-fungible sample of unreleased music that is very reminiscent of NOOSE.

NOOSEthe last album of, “We are not your type”, was released in August 2019, and the singer Corey taylor recently confirmed that new music is coming soon. Talk to SiriusXM‘s “Trunk Nation with Eddie Trunk” end of September, Taylor said of the band’s upcoming LP: “It’s pretty much over. I would say it’s probably around 80% done. [and] I still have a few songs to sing. However, I will say this: don’t be surprised if in the next month or so you hear something new. “

Taylor also gave a clue to what the album’s first single might look like, claiming that it has “a” club-everyone-and-remind-them-why-we-still-are.NOOSE‘kind of atmosphere. “

“We are not your type” sold 118,000 equivalent album units in the United States during its first week of release to land at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 charts. Additionally, the album made a global impact with a debut No. 1 in UK, Mexico, Australia, Canada, Japan, Ireland, Belgium, Portugal and Finland, as well as Top 5 debuts in Germany, France, Norway, Italy, Austria, Sweden , Switzerland, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain and New Zealand.

NOOSE is currently headlining the “Knotfest Roadshow” tour, with the support of SWITCH ENGAGEMENT, FEVER 333 and ORANGE CODE. The 29-date series, produced by Living country, started after the group Knotfest Iowa hometown show in Des Moines on September 25 and will end at Knotfest Los Angeles on November 5th at Banc Of California Stadium.

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