Thousands Of Slipknot Fans Pay Fresh Money For Old Songs

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I’m amazed.

More than 16,000 people living in the United States of America paid good money for Slipknot’s greatest hits album Antennas To Hell.

That’s 16,000 people who conceivably own every Slipknot record already, but wanted to pay the band and their label for the privilege of owning those songs in a different form.

The album opened at #18 on the Billboard “Top 200” albums sales chart.

The music industry is dead. It’s official now.

The set is the first release from Slipknot since the death of bassist Paul Gray in 2010.

Slipknot are said to be writing new material for their next actual studio outing, with recording set to begin sometime next year.

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