SLIPKNOT Singer Speaks To Detroit's WRIF: Audio Available

SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor recently did a phone interview with Steve Black of Detroit's WRIF 101.1 FM. Listen to the five-minute conversation at this location (Windows Media).

In other news, the track listing has been released for the forthcoming SLIPKNOT single, "Vermilion", due in the U.K. on October 18 through Roadrunner Records. Released in two formats, the single will contain the following cuts:

7" Picture Disc:

A. Vermilion
B. Scream*


01. Vermilion
02. Scream*
03. Danger, Keep Away (Full-Length Version)*
Plus "Vermilion" video*

* Previously unreleased.

The version of "Danger, Keep Away" included on the single is the full eight-minute version (as it was originally intended to be). It was edited down at the last minute to end the "Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)" album.


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