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Slipknot Debut New Song “The Negative One” From Upcoming Fifth Album
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Slipknot has just premiered the song “The Negative One,” the first single from their highly anticipated and as yet untitled fifth album. The song can only be unlocked by registering at the band’s official site.

The track is super heavy and in the vein of Iowa or Volume 3: The Subliminal Verses. Plus, we finally know what the cryptic phrases that the band have been teasing refer to: “The Prescient/The Nascent/The Quotient/The Cystic/Symbolic/Condition/Egregious/Replete With/These Lesions/Succumb to/The Selfish/Creation” are all lyrics in the song.

The official video for the song is set to premiere next Tuesday, August 5th. Will it contain the footage from the teaser clips? We will have it posted for you as soon as it’s available.

Meanwhile, head on over to Slipknot1 to register to unlock the new song and crank it up real loud. It sounds like the ‘Knot are back in business full force!

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