The iconic percussionist of Slipknot, Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan, had a recent interview with NME and talked about the launch of their Number Nine whiskey in London. Clown also gave untold details about the never-released album of Slipknot which they’ve recorded in 2008.

According to the talented percussionist, Slipknot will release that LP named ‘All Hope Is Gone’ during the latest ‘We Are Not Your Kind’ touring circle.

Clown also revealed lots of unknown details about that unreleased LP by naming the songs they will release.

Here is what he said to NME:

“Look Outside Your Window’ is a very unique art piece on its own. So it’s sort of timeless, in my opinion. And so I try not to worry about it too much. It feels like I’ve waited for this long for it to be right, and it just never has… Like, we were gonna release it way early on this cycle, but this takes precedence, and that’s not supposed to be confused.

It’s just a piece of the puzzle. It’s not supposed to be watered down or marketed, really. It’s really a piece of the imagination that’s missing that people might really need. So, hopefully on this cycle somewhere. It was scheduled for Christmas. I just quit asking, because I don’t want it to interfere with this. And mainly because of what it is. It needs its own space. And we are having a good time enjoying this album, and we have no ego with that.”

He continued:

“We’re not trying to make that corporate or whatever; it’s really just beautiful art that we wanna share in the right way. So it’s gonna be on this album cycle at some point. And like everything we’re doing right now, it’s just gonna come out, and people won’t even know. It’ll just be this thing that happens.

I’m looking forward to that, though. I think people will really enjoy it.”

You can watch the interview below.

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