SLIPKNOT: How did they get so big?

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The Tragic History of Slipknot

Slipknot is one of the most successful heavy metal bands of all time, though their rise to prominence has not been easy and the group could have been derailed at any moment. #slipknot #coreytaylor Sources of interviews + info referenced within the video: Dr. Baldi arrest + acquittal: Dr. Baldi Iowa Board of Pharmacy Iowa recording process: Subliminal Verses recording process: Want YOUR band played on Rock Feed? Join our community here and get early access to interviews, an exclusive badge next to your name in the comments, and special emojis: Intro song: DAY - Reverie [Show them some love and tell them we sent you!] SUBSCRIBE: Follow Rock Feed: Website: Facebook: Twitter:

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My analysis of why and how Slipknot became one of the biggest metal bands of their generation. Some of what I cover:

- Why Shawn "Clown" Crahan's vision for Slipknot's masks, personas and live show was so key (and underappreciated), and how he ended up directing videos for bands like Hollywood Undead and Motionless In White (as well as the movie Officer Downe)

- How Slipknot got on the radar of the legendary Monte Conner of Roadrunner Records to release their first album (not counting their self-released "Mate Feed Kill Repeat" or their 1998 demo)

- How their opening slot on Ozzfest 1999 was the thing that took them from openers to national headliners

- Why Slipknot is able to pull from nu metal, death metal, grindcore, hardcore, punk, hard rock and industrial without every losing their unmistakable sound (and why Corey Taylor and Joey Jordison are truly special performers)

- How they built up their insanely loyal tribe of fans called Maggots by tapping into universal truths of human psychology
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