SLIPKNOT: 'Before I Forget' Single To Coincide With DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL Appearance
SLIPKNOT will be issuing their new single, "Before I Forget", in the U.K. on June 13 to coincide with their special guest slot at this year's Download Festival at Donington Park on Sunday, June 12. This release, which also contains live versions of "The Blister Exists" and "Three Nil", will be made available on two separate collectors edition 7" picture discs. More information on this release — and the audio of all tracks — can be found online at this location.
Roadrunner Records recently issued a 2-CD special edition of SLIPKNOT's "Vol. 3 (The Subliminal Verses)" album. The release features 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).
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