SLIPKNOT Interviewed In Japan; Video Available

SLIPKNOT's Jim Root (guitar) and Corey Taylor (vocals) were interviewed by MTV Japan when the band played the Loud Park 08 festival, which was held October 18-19 at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama City, Japan. Watch the two-minute report below.

Russia's Darkside e-zine has posted quality photos of SLIPKNOT's November 5, 2008 concert at Olympijskiy Stadium in Moscow.

SLIPKNOT scored an instant No. 1 on European Top 100 Albums chart with its latest album, "All Hope Is Gone" (Roadrunner), according to SLIPKNOT's chart-topping European debut followed consecutive No. 2 entries on the aggregate chart for its last two albums, 2004's "Vol. 3 (The Subliminal Verses)" and "Iowa" in 2001. The new set arrived at No. 1 in Finland and Switzerland, and enjoyed three further No. 2 debuts, in Germany, Austria and the United Kingdom.


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