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Slipknot Announce All Hope Is Gone 10th Anniversary Reissue

ROSKILDE, DENMARK - JULY 04: Corey Taylor from Slipknot headlines the Orange Stage on Day 1 of the Roskilde Festival on July 4, 2013 in Roskilde, Denmark. (Photo by Rob Ball/Getty Images)

Slipknot have announced a new 10th anniversary reissue of their 2008 album All Hope Is Gone. The reissue comes with new reimagined artwork for the album, as well as the a bonus disc of live material from the band’s 2009 performance at Madison Square Garden in New York. The band is also offering a limited edition version of the album on their website, which comes with a silver lithograph album cover and is currently limited to 99 copies.

In a new interview with Metal Hammer Magazine, frontman Corey Taylor said that the band was at its “most fractious” with this album, adding that, “nobody was talking to each other, everybody was going behind everybody’s back trying to make the album theirs.”

Former Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison said that the disagreements actually made album stronger, with the band members pushing each other to their limits in an ultimately constructive way. “The tensions are what made that record great,” Jordison said. “Everyone was completely on fire with emotions and being in different places, and you could see the lines in the sand, you could feel the concrete breaking a little bit.”

Slipknot’s latest song “All Out Life” was released in October and will appear on the band’s upcoming album rumored to be released in 2019. The band’s 10th anniversary reissue of All Hope Is Gone arrives on December 7. Preorder the reissue here, and check out the song “All Out Life” below.