Video Premiere: SLIPKNOT’s ‘Killpop’

SLIPKNOT‘s official video for the song “Killpop”, the third single from the band’s latest album, “.5: The Gray Chapter”, can be seen above.

In a recent interview with the WGRD 97.9 FM radio station in Grand Rapids, Michigan, SLIPKNOT singer Corey Taylor stated about “Killpop”:

“You know, what’s funny [is] over the last few weeks, I’ve really gotten everyone’s interpretation of what that song means to them, and it’s nowhere near what I wrote about. So it’s kind of interesting to hear people’s interpretations of what I’m singing about. And I’ll be honest with you: the song is my reflection on my relationship with music. That’s who the ‘she’ is. And not just music, but the music industry in general. So there’s a love-hate relationship there that really kind of comes into view.”

SLIPKNOT is all set to headline the 2015 Pain in the Grass presented by KISW at the White River Amphitheatre in Auburn, WA on Aug 23 . Joining SLIPKNOT on the stage will be LAMB OF GODBULLET FOR MY VALENTINE and MOTIONLESS IN WHITE.

For More info on PITG 2015 check out the official Website here:  http://www.kiswpaininthegrass.com

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