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专辑名:.5: The Gray Chapter
歌手:Slipknot
发行时间:2014-10-21

简介:Slipknot第五张大碟强势来袭!新专辑“.5: The Gray Chapter - 第五集:灰暗章节(Gray也可理解为Paul)”将于10月21日由Roadrunner发行,Special Edition将加赠两首歌曲。据悉,这张专辑乐队将献给在2010年去世的前贝斯手Paul Gray,以表示对他的怀念和敬意。然而在Paul的离世和随后Joey的离队后,关于神秘的新鼓手和新贝斯手的最终人选,乐队依旧没有正式公布,之前为乐队在各种Live演奏了三年的贝斯手Donnie Steele是否会最终成为Slipknot的正式一员,还有待确定。而最神秘的新鼓手的身份,广大活结的粉丝已经在互联网上众说纷纭,都有自己猜想的人选,近期有歌迷披露新鼓手是Lamb of God乐队的Chris Adler,但是经询问和采访,他本人已经出来澄清了,他并没有为活结乐队演奏任何单曲。而大家都已经在两首新单曲中听到了新鼓手的水平和技能。据悉,他的身份将会在新单曲The Devil In I的音乐录影带中被揭露,相信最终一切都不再是个谜。 (By Matthew1018) According to iTunes, SLIPKNOT's fifth album will be titled ".5: The Gray Chapter" and will be made available on October 21 via Roadrunner. The CD will include 14 songs, plus two bonus tracks for the deluxe edition. The disc follows up 2008's "All Hope Is Gone" and is the band's first without founding bassist Paul Gray, who died in 2010, and drummer Joey Jordison, who was let go late last year. In a recent interview with BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show", SLIPKNOT singer Corey Taylor described "The Devil In I" as "completely different" from the song "The Negative One", which was released on August 1 via the band's official web site. "It's more melodic, but it's dark, [and] it's powerful, man," Taylor said about "The Devil In I". "It's something different. People are gonna lose their minds when they hear that." SLIPKNOT issued and quickly fulfilled a casting call earlier in the month for fans — also known as "maggots" — to appear in the new video for "The Devil In I". The call for extras to appear as "human maggots," requiring that applicants be between 20 and 35 years old and "comfortable to be shooting in barefoot," was issued the weekend of August 16-17 and was no longer accepting submissions by August 18. The shoot was scheduled to take place on either Friday (August 22) or Saturday (August 23) in the Los Angeles area. Taylor told The Pulse Of Radio that the band's remaining members pulled closer together in the studio following Gray's passing. "It was almost like getting to know each other again," he said. "We were all kind of grieving in our own way and dealing with things in our own way, and knowing that we had to be healthy to go in, we had to be creative to go in, and knowing that we were gonna have to fill this huge void, we just kind of took it upon ourselves to make up for that emptiness by being a little bit of Paul. Like we were all a little bit of Paul in our own way." Asked what has been most fulfilling about working on new SLIPKNOT music that he never experienced before, Corey told Full Metal Jackie: "This one, it just feels, there's something weird about this one. Obviously this is the first album we're making without Paul. "After everything we went through, there's a catharsis that comes with this, being able to throw all the emotion and aggression out that we've been holding onto. At the same time, getting to be creative again. Feeling that juice coming back into us. It's been a real positive experience just from an artistic standpoint, a lyrical standpoint. "We're making an album that's not just a reflection. Let's just get new music out there. There's something very vital with what we're trying to do. There's something very visceral with the emotion we're playing with and trying to tell the story of a band that's gone through hell, and yet we're back. It's been really fulfilling." Corey recently described the musical direction of the new SLIPKNOT material as "a great mesh of [2001's] 'Iowa' and [2004's] 'Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)'." He explained: "You've got the gorgeous melodies and the artistic direction of 'Vol. 3' and then you've got the absolute brutality of 'Iowa'. And I think people are gonna lose their minds when they hear it." Reports have suggested that SLIPKNOT has recruited drummer Jay Weinberg to play on the new album and tour. Weinberg is the son of Max Weinberg, longtime Bruce Springsteen and the E STREET BAND drummer. There are also rumors that SLIPKNOT is no longer working with Donnie Steele, the group's original guitar player who has been playing bass for SLIPKNOT since the band resumed touring in 2011. SLIPKNOT announced in December 2013 that it had parted ways with Jordison. The band has not disclosed the reasons for Jordison's exit, although the drummer issued a statement in January saying that he did not quit the group.

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Slipknot第五张大碟强势来袭!新专辑“.5: The Gray Chapter - 第五集:灰暗章节(Gray也可理解为Paul)”将于10月21日由Roadrunner发行,Special Edition将加赠两首歌曲。据悉,这张专辑乐队将献给在2010年去世的前贝斯手Paul Gray,以表示对他的怀念和敬意。然而在Paul的离世和随后Joey的离队后,关于神秘的新鼓手和新贝斯手的最终人选,乐队依旧没有正式公布,之前为乐队在各种Live演奏了三年的贝斯手Donnie Steele是否会最终成为Slipknot的正式一员,还有待确定。而最神秘的新鼓手的身份,广大活结的粉丝已经在互联网上众说纷纭,都有自己猜想的人选,近期有歌迷披露新鼓手是Lamb of God乐队的Chris Adler,但是经询问和采访,他本人已经出来澄清了,他并没有为活结乐队演奏任何单曲。而大家都已经在两首新单曲中听到了新鼓手的水平和技能。据悉,他的身份将会在新单曲The Devil In I的音乐录影带中被揭露,相信最终一切都不再是个谜。 (By Matthew1018) According to iTunes, SLIPKNOT's fifth album will be titled ".5: The Gray Chapter" and will be made available on October 21 via Roadrunner. The CD will include 14 songs, plus two bonus tracks for the deluxe edition. The disc follows up 2008's "All Hope Is Gone" and is the band's first without founding bassist Paul Gray, who died in 2010, and drummer Joey Jordison, who was let go late last year. In a recent interview with BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show", SLIPKNOT singer Corey Taylor described "The Devil In I" as "completely different" from the song "The Negative One", which was released on August 1 via the band's official web site. "It's more melodic, but it's dark, [and] it's powerful, man," Taylor said about "The Devil In I". "It's something different. People are gonna lose their minds when they hear that." SLIPKNOT issued and quickly fulfilled a casting call earlier in the month for fans — also known as "maggots" — to appear in the new video for "The Devil In I". The call for extras to appear as "human maggots," requiring that applicants be between 20 and 35 years old and "comfortable to be shooting in barefoot," was issued the weekend of August 16-17 and was no longer accepting submissions by August 18. The shoot was scheduled to take place on either Friday (August 22) or Saturday (August 23) in the Los Angeles area. Taylor told The Pulse Of Radio that the band's remaining members pulled closer together in the studio following Gray's passing. "It was almost like getting to know each other again," he said. "We were all kind of grieving in our own way and dealing with things in our own way, and knowing that we had to be healthy to go in, we had to be creative to go in, and knowing that we were gonna have to fill this huge void, we just kind of took it upon ourselves to make up for that emptiness by being a little bit of Paul. Like we were all a little bit of Paul in our own way." Asked what has been most fulfilling about working on new SLIPKNOT music that he never experienced before, Corey told Full Metal Jackie: "This one, it just feels, there's something weird about this one. Obviously this is the first album we're making without Paul. "After everything we went through, there's a catharsis that comes with this, being able to throw all the emotion and aggression out that we've been holding onto. At the same time, getting to be creative again. Feeling that juice coming back into us. It's been a real positive experience just from an artistic standpoint, a lyrical standpoint. "We're making an album that's not just a reflection. Let's just get new music out there. There's something very vital with what we're trying to do. There's something very visceral with the emotion we're playing with and trying to tell the story of a band that's gone through hell, and yet we're back. It's been really fulfilling." Corey recently described the musical direction of the new SLIPKNOT material as "a great mesh of [2001's] 'Iowa' and [2004's] 'Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)'." He explained: "You've got the gorgeous melodies and the artistic direction of 'Vol. 3' and then you've got the absolute brutality of 'Iowa'. And I think people are gonna lose their minds when they hear it." Reports have suggested that SLIPKNOT has recruited drummer Jay Weinberg to play on the new album and tour. Weinberg is the son of Max Weinberg, longtime Bruce Springsteen and the E STREET BAND drummer. There are also rumors that SLIPKNOT is no longer working with Donnie Steele, the group's original guitar player who has been playing bass for SLIPKNOT since the band resumed touring in 2011. SLIPKNOT announced in December 2013 that it had parted ways with Jordison. The band has not disclosed the reasons for Jordison's exit, although the drummer issued a statement in January saying that he did not quit the group.