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Slipknot's Corey Taylor Excited By Band's Current Live Set

08/30/2016
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Slipknot

(Metal Hammer) Corey Taylor believes Slipknot are on the verge of reaching their peak as a band, even though they've been in existence for 17 years. They're currently touring in support of latest album .5: The Gray Chapter, and the frontman feels the performances prove they're at the top of their game.

Taylor tells Ticketmaster: "It's a great set this time round. It's a little longer, and I think it represents all the different eras that we've gone through. We've been able to use our history and make it something new - instead of looking in a rearview mirror, we're looking out the windshield at what's to come.

"I think that's why people are gravitating towards this. It doesn't feel like a greatest hits set. It feels like we're just hitting our stride. For a band that's been around for 17 years, that's a hell of a feeling." Read more here.

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