Slipknot Sets Release Date For New Album

By | March 30, 2001 at 12:00 AM

July 24 will be ground zero for Slipknot’s as-yet-untitled second album, according to a Roadrunner Records spokesperson. The follow-up to their eponymous 1999 debut was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Ross Robinson. Next week production will move cross-country to New York, where Andy Wallace will start mixing new songs “People Equal Shit,” “The Heretic Anthem,” “Disaster Piece” and just-announced “New Abortion” among other album tracks, with the help of two unnamed band members.

The nine masked Iowans, who’ll take to the main stage of this year’s Ozzfest, might also be simultaneously making the club rounds this summer. A tour featuring Slipknot, Papa Roach, Crazy Town and Linkin Park – all Ozzfest main-stage attractions – is in the planning stages for possible gigs during Ozzfest off days, according to sources close to the respective bands.

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