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Corey Taylor Names Slipknot Song That’s Perfect Intro to the Band

Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor believes the song is an ideal introductory song for those new to the band.

Revealed through revolver, who often ask rock and metal artists to identify the perfect entry point for their groups. Clearly, Slipknot’s brutal aggression and extreme musicianship presented newcomers with obstacles to overcome, so it’s no surprise that Taylor chose one of Slipknot’s most catchy and popular tracks.

“Oh my gosh, that’s a great question,” Taylor admitted, continuing, “I’d probably go with Duality because it’s a great fusion of everything Slipknot did, and it’s still our greatest to this day. One of the songs. There is.”

read more: Corey Taylor picks what he thinks are the most overrated + underrated Slipknot songs

Interesting facts about Slipknot’s “duality”

this roll. 3: Subconscious verses The favorite is Slipknot’s most played song on Spotify with over 600 million plays. It currently has more than 100 million views more than the band’s second most popular song on the streaming platform, “Psychosocial.”

However, on Slipknot’s YouTube channel, the most viewed video is “Psychosocial,” and “Duality” is their third most viewed video, right behind “The Devil In I.”

On stage it is the most performed piece roll. 3 Statistically, only five songs – “Surfaceing,” “Spit It Out,” “(sic),” “Wait and Bleed,” “People = Shit” – have been played more live.

Taylor also performed the song at one of his solo shows this year in support of his latest album, CMF2now available.

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