SLIPKNOT: Special Two-Disc Version Of 'Vol. 3' To Surface In April
Roadrunner Records will issue a 2-CD special edition of SLIPKNOT's "Vol. 3 (The Subliminal Verses)" on April 12. The release will feature exclusive new packaging, and a disc full of bonus music. The eight bonus tracks are as follows: "Don't Get Close" and "Scream" (both non-album tracks from the "Vol. 3" sessions), "Vermilion" (Terry Date mix), "Danger - Keep Away" (original full-length version of the album track), "The Blister Exists", "Three Nil", "Disasterpiece", and "People=Shit" (all live tracks).
As previously reported, "Vol. 3 (The Subliminal Verses)" was certified platinum last month by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipments in excess of 1 million copies in the United States. "Vol. 3" has yielded Modern and Active Rock radio hits with "Duality", "Vermilion", and now "Before I Forget". SLIPKNOT's first arena tour in three years is doing great numbers, with 75 percent of tickets pre-sold in some markets. Supporting at all dates are SHADOWS FALL and LAMB OF GOD.
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