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Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses

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  • I’ve had this record for quite some time now. I know it from top to bottom pretty well. I must say that it is Slipknot’s most impressive effort. When you look at their self titled debut, you have a hardcore masterpiece, and Iowa took that up to another knotch. What’s next? Vol. 3, is a showcase as to what Slipknot can accomplish as a band. The drumming seems to be showcased the most, as Joey Jordinson is a great skinsman. This record also proves that Mick and Jim are quite the guitarists, as this record is chock full of fast Kerry King like solos. Corey continues to amaze by hitting notes I’d never be able to hit in a life time. Everyone plays their part on this record. What I like best about this record is the fact that’s it’s so creepy. The samples are absolutely perfect for this record, they provide a dark and dreary atmosphere. This has to be one of the darkest records ever made.

    Since I am reviewing the special edition, I’ll also go over the material on the bonus disc. The disk starts out with two b-sides, both are great songs, and should belong right with the rest of the songs on the album. You also get a remix of Vermillion, but it’s not too different from the original version. Also included is the full version of the album’s very creepy outro Danger-Keep Away. The full version is much longer than the original with many more added parts. After that you get four live tracks. Slipknot live is always a good thing.

    All in all, a great release. Highly recommended.

    Posted on December 2, 2009