Bassist Alessandro Venturella Shares How Tool Contributed To The New Slipknot Album

Alessandro Venturella: Slipknot Facebook / Justin Chancellor: NFTScrub, CC BY-SA 4.0, Wikipedia
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During a recent conversation with Revolver, band bassist Alessandro Venturella says that he received an awesome contribution from Tool that helped him out big time on the new Slipknot album The End, So Far.

Specifically, when it comes to the band’s new song “Adderall,” Venturella says that Tool bassist Justin Chancellor hooked him up with one of his very own instruments! Speaking to his work on the song “Adderall” and this awesome hook up from Justin, the Slipknot bassist shares the following:

“When we did ‘Adderall,’ we were looking around and I didn’t want to use my standard bass that I use live. Kindly, Justin from TOOL lent us this really old p-bass. That’s the bass that I wrote with [for] ‘Adderall.'”

Alessandro then adds, “Those [are the] types of little things that just make the album special.”

That is pretty cool of Justin to hook up Alessandro with his bass! It is neat to know that there is a small element of Tool within the new Slipknot album.

When it comes to the Slipknot song “Adderall,” Corey Taylor recently talked about how he channeled his “old goth days” into the song. He said that “’Adderall’ definitely leans into my Cure/ Depeche Mode influences.” What are your thoughts when it comes to this song?

In other Slipknot related news, band frontman Corey Taylor recently went off on fans complaining about the band’s new album The End, So Far. Among the comments he made, Taylor said, “You fucking idiots, sometimes you just need to shut the fuck up and listen to what we give you.”

Also, we recently shared a story involving how the band lost their first record deal in 48 hours. We also wrote about how Corey Taylor found himself getting naked and cutting himself with glass while recording a song on the band’s album Iowa.