Slipknot : Inside the Sickness, Behind the Masks Paperback
by Jason Arnopp
'The only plan right now is to kill everybody' - Joey Jordison, drummer.
Ignoring every rule in the book and more besides, Slipknot are a notoriously controversial band who combine a talent for outrage with their music.
Reminiscent of the outlandishness of punk, 'nu metal' has become the fastest growing area in rock, with Slipknot selling over 2 million copies of their debut album. And yet Slipknot spit, swear and risk injury night after night in their extraordinary live performances.
Incredibly, their apparel of masks and boiler suits, which they refuse to remove, means that their fans still do not know what they look like.
Jason Arnopp, the first British journalist to interview Slipknot face to mask, describes the transformation of the Des Moines crew into unorthodox mega stars.
Featuring an introduction by the legendary Gene Simmons of Kiss, this biography will be the first published on the band either in the UK or America and will include exclusive interviews and in-depth information on the mysterious nine masked men.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages, 8
- Publisher: Ebury Publishing
- Publication Date: 26/04/2001
- Category: Heavy Metal music
- ISBN: 9780091879334
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