GRAMMY Award-winning Iowan icons SLIPKNOT have released their widely anticipated new album The End, So Far.
“The gang choruses on “The Dying Song (Time To Sing)” and “The Chapeltown Rag” will cut right through any crowd of the Knotfest devoted,” raved the Los Angeles Times. The FADER declared “It absolutely rips,” adding “it feels more like they are simply waving goodbye to one chapter… and preparing for the decades to come.” “A punishing new elegy,” praised Rolling Stone with SPIN adding, “it checks all the boxes of the band’s latter-day sound.” NME asserted “you can almost feel them pushing themselves,” noting “their next left turn of an era could be their most daring yet.”
Produced By SLIPKNOT and Joe Barresi, The End, So Far features the singles “The Dying Song (Time To Sing),” “Yen,” — both of which feature stunning music videos directed by the band’s own M. Shawn ‘clown’ Crahan — and “The Chapeltown Rag.” The collection sees one of the world’s most popular and deeply enigmatic bands relentlessly charting new ground as they continue to redefine, revitalize, and reimagine the scope of rock music.
The End, So Far follows SLIPKNOT’s widely celebrated 2019 album We Are Not Your Kind, which marked SLIPKNOT’s third consecutive #1 on the Billboard 200. The release made a massive global impact with #1 debuts in the Official Album Charts of twelve countries around the world, including the UK, Australia, Canada and Mexico, with Top 5 debuts in an additional twelve countries including Germany, France and Sweden.