Are you ready to unleash your inner maggot and own an exclusive piece of Slipknot history? Get ready to score the ultimate collector’s item – the limited edition vinyl of Slipknot’s iconic Madison Square Garden concert from the All Hope Is Gone World Tour.
The Prize: Limited Edition SLIPKNOT LIVE AT MSG (2LP)
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of Slipknot’s monumental fourth album, “All Hope Is Gone,” we’re giving away an extraordinary vinyl edition of their electrifying Madison Square Garden performance. This exclusive release features new artwork by none other than the band’s own M. Shawn Crahan, making it a must-have for any true Slipknot fan.
On February 5, 2009, Slipknot converged an unsuspecting Madison Square Garden, the World’s Most Famous Arena, for a sold-out show filled to the rafters with their beloved maggots on the massively triumphant All Hope Is Gone World Tour.
Out now on Roadrunner Records, the concert has been available for the first time ever on vinyl to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Slipknot’s fourth album, 2008’s chart-topping and influential All Hope Is Gone.
A2. Eyeless [4:15]
A3. Wait And Bleed [2:44]
A4. Get This [4:28]
B1. Before I Forget [4:22]
B2. The Blister Exists [6:37]
B3. Dead Memories [4:03]
B4. Left Behind [3:28]
C1. Disasterpiece [5:09]
C2. Purity [6:26]
C3. Everything Ends [4:22]
C4. Psychosocial [5:41]
D1. Duality [5:26]
D2. People = Shit [4:10]
D3. Surfacing [4:49]
D4. Spit It Out [7:35]
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SLIPKNOT’s emergence has set them apart as a distinct presence in the music industry. Formed in the Midwest, the band’s influence has resonated across genres and generations. Their inception in Iowa in 1999 marked the beginning of a journey that has led to significant achievements. These include a GRAMMY Award and 10 nominations, as well as 12 Platinum and 41 Gold album certifications on a global scale. Their digital footprint has now amassed over 8.5 billion global streams and 3.5 billion video views, a feat rarely accomplished by a rock act in this era.
The album “Iowa,” released in 2001, received recognition from Rolling Stone as one of “The 100 Greatest Metal Albums of All Time.” The band’s significance is further underscored by The Ringer’s acknowledgement of them as a pivotal heavy band of their time. Notably, their sixth full-length album, “WE ARE NOT YOUR KIND,” achieved a third consecutive #1 debut on the Billboard Top 200, securing the top spot in twelve countries globally in 2019.
Their impact extends to live performances, evident through sold-out shows across continents and the creation of their own festival, KNOTFEST. The band’s seventh album, “THE END, SO FAR,” marks their return and hints at a transformative musical evolution.