70 Slipknot Songs Compressed Into Seven Minutes


(Metal Hammer) Slipknot are the subject of a fan video that features covers of 70 songs in just seven minutes. YouTuber Paschalis Theotokis and friends put together the clip that sees them churning through the band's catalogue by playing six-second clips of each track before segueing into the next one.

The whistle-stop audio tour starts with 742617000027 from their 1999 self-titled debut, and ends with If Rain Is What You Want from most recent title .5: The Gray Chapter.

Theotokis' Gigalyric video series includes 99 Metallica songs in 10 minutes, 80 Machine Head songs in eight minutes, 75 Lamb Of God songs in 7 minutes and others.

Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor last month argued that his outfit were "just hitting our stride," adding: "For a band that's been around for 17 years, that's a hell of a feeling." here.

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