Listen: Slipknot Release Teaser Alluding To New Song ‘Acidic’

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We are one week away from the brand new Slipknot album The End, So Far! There has been a great deal of anticipation surrounding this release, for the band gave their Maggots one hell of a record with 2019’s We Are Not Your Kind.

At the time of this writing, the band have released three singles associated with The End, So Far: “The Chapeltown Rag,” “The Dying Song (Time To Sing),” and “Yen.” As of today, the band have posted a visual teaser that provides a brief snippet of a fourth single – this one titled “Acidic.”

The visual teaser associated with “Acidic,” which you can view below, heavily features that of Slipknot guitarist Mick Thompson. Via this video, you will find various visuals of Thompson (as he has appeared throughout the years in the band and in their music videos).

What are your feelings regarding the first three The End, So Far singles? Are you a fan? Do you think they sound promising? Keep an eye out next Friday, for we will be positing a review of this brand new Slipknot album. In the meantime, if you have not checked it out yet – take a look at our current ranking of Slipknot albums.

We ranked each Slipknot album from worst to best; we only considered the current discography that is released to the public. You can follow this link here to check out the full ranking, but below, you can find an excerpt of our number four pick: All Hope Is Gone

“A big testament to Slipknot’s greater artistry is that of All Hope Is Gone. This record marks the last studio album that the late Paul Gray would take part in creating. On All Hope Is Gone, Slipknot take much of the slower, moodier elements heard on The Subliminal Verses and create a truly intriguing and fascinating work of emotional atmosphere. There are still several moments of aggressive cuts, but this album represents what more the band are capable in creating. In a lot of ways, The Subliminal Verses feels like a ‘radio heavy’ sort of safe – whereas All Hope Is Gone is a more daring kind of heavy for a mainstream heavy metal band like Slipknot.”