Slipknot Vol.3 The Subliminal Verses
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  • Pulse of the maggots is about the bands fans (they call the fans maggots), Before I forget is probably my favorite song on the album, The Nameless is another experimental song, with really heavy parts, and really mellow parts

    • by Jefffelker40
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      This is Slipknot’s fourth album and third on Roadrunner Records, this time produced by Rick Rubin, and released in 2003. Slipknot changed their masks again, evolving them even further.

      Prelude 3.

      0 is a sort of introduction, the 3 comes from this being the third major release by the band.

      The Blister Exists is when


      the album really gets moving, Three Nil is similar to the last song, Duality is in the league of “Wait and bleed” it’s loud and heavy at the same time being a beautiful song.

      Opium of the people has really impressive guitar parts to it.

      Circle is more of an experimental song, more mellow ...


      • then a Slipknot song usually is.

        Welcome picks up the pace, it is a really heavy song.

        Vermilion is a beautiful song, with an eerie feel to it, along with Vermilion part 2.

        Pulse of the maggots is about the bands fans (they call the fans maggots), Before I forget is probably my favorite

        song on the album, The Nameless is another experimental song, with really heavy parts, and really mellow parts.

        his album is far more experimental than previous albums (with the exception of Mate Feed Kill Repeat) it is not my favorite album, it should have been better, and I felt let down by the album.




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