Slipknot – Live au Festival des Eurockщennes de Belfort

Artist…….: Slipknot
Album……..: Live au Festival des Eurockщennes de Belfort
Label……..: n/a
Genre……..: Metal
Catnr……..: n/a
Source…….: DVBS…..: 2012-12-15…..: 2009-07-05
Quality……: 234kbps/48.0kHz/Joint Stereo

track title time

1. Live au Festival des Eurockщennes de Belfort 69:44
* Sic
* Eyeless
* Wait and Bleed
* Before I Forget
* Sulfur
* The Blister Exists
* Dead Memories
* Disaster Piece
* Psychosocial
* Duality
* People -Shit
* Surfacing
* Split It Out

Runtime 69:44
Size 116.93

Release Notes:

Slipknot’s mix of grinding, post-Korn alternative metal, Marilyn Manson-esque
neo-shock rock, and rap-metal helped make them one of the most popular bands in
the so-called nu-metal explosion of the late ’90s. But even more helpful was
their theatrical, attention-grabbing image: the band always performed in
identical industrial jump suits and homemade Halloween masks, and added to its
mysterious anonymity by adopting the numbers zero through eight as stage
aliases. Add to that a lyrical preoccupation with darkness and nihilism, and an
affectionately insulting name for their fans (“Maggots”), and Slipknot’s
blueprint for nu-metal success was set.

Slipknot were formed in late 1995 in the unlikely locale of Des Moines, IA;
after some early personnel shifts, the nine-piece lineup settled around (in
order from number zero to number eight): DJ Sid Wilson, drummer Joey Jordison,
bassist Paul Gray, percussionist Chris Fehn, guitarist James Root,
sampler/programmer Craig Jones, percussionist Shawn “Clown” Crahan, guitarist
Mick Thompson, and lead vocalist Corey Taylor. The music scene in Des Moines
wasn’t much to speak of, and the band’s big-time ambition was usually met with
disbelief and ridicule, which provided the initial spark for its mostly
anonymous stage visuals. On Halloween 1996, Slipknot self-released an album
called Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat., which began to build a buzz around the group
once it found its way to several labels. It was picked up for distribution by
the Nebraska-based -ismist label, and also caught the attention of Roadrunner
Records, which signed Slipknot in 1997. Working with producer Ross Robinson,
Slipknot recorded their official, self-titled debut album, which was released in
1999. They gradually built an audience through near-constant touring, working
their way up to the summer Ozzfest package tour, which really expanded their
audience. Their live shows were a much-discussed hit with metal fans, and the
band performed with such energy that Crahan gashed his head open on his own drum
kit twice that summer, requiring stitches both times. The tracks “Wait and
Bleed” and “Spit It Out” got the band some airplay, but most of the buzz came
from touring and word of mouth. Finally, in the spring of 2000, Slipknot was
certified platinum; the first such album in Roadrunner’s history.

The anticipation for Slipknot’s follow-up was intense, and many industry
observers predicted that it would debut at number one; however, faced with some
stiff competition that week, the band’s sophomore effort, Iowa, bowed at number
three upon its release in 2001. More heavy touring followed, including another,
more prominent slot on that summer’s Ozzfest. After a long spell on the road,
Slipknot took a break while the members worked on side projects. The band set up
its own label, Maggot Recordings, and signed a band called Downthesun, whose
lead singer had served as Crahan’s drum technician. Wilson, meanwhile, began
DJing solo under the name DJ Starscream, and Root and Thompson both worked on
solo material. Drummer Jordison worked with a side group called the Rejects,
where he’d actually served for quite some time as guitarist. Taylor, meanwhile,
started aside band called Superego, and also contributed a solo song, “Bother,”
to the soundtrack of the 2002 blockbuster Spider-Man. That May, the band got
some amusing press when some of its fans discovered the website of a British
crocheting group also called “Slipknot,” and flooded the members’ in-boxes with
excessively rude e-mails.

Guitarist Joey Jordison and Static-X guitarist Tripp Eisen teamed that summer
for the Murderdolls project, while Taylor re-formed his old band Stone Sour and
released an album. By the winter, Slipknot had still not reunited and Taylor
wrote a commentary on the band’s website stating that they had not spoken in
months, and that they’d rather break up than become “the next Gwar.” The
statement sparked a quickly resolved mini-feud between Taylor and Gwar frontman
Oderus Urungus. but it also sent many of the Maggots into a tailspin. By early
2003, Taylor had retracted his comments, and announced plans for a new Slipknot
album. That August the entire squad decamped Iowa for L.A., where they began
work on the new record with producer Rick Rubin. “Pulse of the Maggots” appeared
in early 2004 as an exclusive download; it was followed by a full track listing
for Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses. Slipknot then embarked on a brief tour as a
warm-up for their dates headlining Ozzfest that summer. (The group also debuted
a fully redesigned third generation of their famous masks.) Subliminal Verses
was released in May 2004. It peaked at number two on the Billboard 200, and the
band toured steadily for the next year and a half in support. They released a
two-disc live album in November 2005, followed by a slew of side projects
(Taylor and Root formed Stone Sour, while Jordison sat in with Ministry and
Korn) before releasing their fourth full-length album, All Hope Is Gone, in
2008. Slipknot made a number of festival appearances during summer of the
following year, and also embarked on their All Hope Is Gone world tour. On May
24, 2010, the body of bassist Paul Gray was discovered by a maintenance worker
in an Urbandale, IA, hotel room; he was 38 years old at the time of his death.

Two years after suffering the tragedy of losing Gray, the band released their
first compilation. Spanning thirteen years of output, Antennas to Hell: The Best
of Slipknot brought together the best studio cuts from Corey taylor and co.,
along with a selection of bonus material, including their full performance at
2009′s Download Festival.

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