Slipknot - Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat.
NME.COM feature on Slipknot - Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat. album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
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- Do Nothing / Bitchslap
- Only One
- Tattered and Torn
- Some Feel
- Killers Are Quiet
- Dogfish Rising
All Hope Is Gone
- Aug 28, 2008
They've gone a bit Radiohead. Really...
- Jun 8, 2004
Not, let’s be fair, primest ‘Knot material
- Jul 4, 2002
Corey Taylor planning a 'Boogie Knight Rises' dance album
Frontman wants to perform YouTube hit 'Psychosocial Baby' in real life
Taylor says his track with the Foo Fighters frontman is "old school"
Slipknot - Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat.: Wikipedia Album Entry
A demo album by American metal band Slipknot. Released on October 31, 1996, the album was limited to production of 1000 copies. The band originally self-distributed copies but went on to release remaining units through -ismist Recordings in 1997. Due to its limited release the album has become much sought by fans since Slipknot's rise in popularity.
The band considers Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat. to be a demo and have evolved and released the majority of the songs on future releases. It was recorded in Des Moines, Iowa, over a period of seven months. The music of the album contains many influences including funk, jazz, and disco which weren't as apparent in later material. Many of the lyrics and the album's title are derived from the game Werewolf: The Apocalypse. The songs contain an "emphasis on non-traditional songwriting" and melodic themes more than subsequent releases.
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