We Are Not Your Kind

Slipknot - We Are Not Your Kind album wiki, reviews
Artist:   Slipknot
Album Name:   We Are Not Your Kind
Genre:   Metal
Relase:   09 August 2019
Tracks:   14
Country:   USA

We Are Not Your Kind (Slipknot) Album Songs

Song TitleArtistTime
1.Insert CoinSlipknot 1:38
2.UnsaintedSlipknot 4:20
3.Birth of the CruelSlipknot 4:35
4.Death Because of DeathSlipknot 1:20
5.Nero ForteSlipknot 5:15
6.Critical DarlingSlipknot 6:25
7.A Liar's FuneralSlipknot 5:27
8.Red FlagSlipknot 4:11
9.What's NextSlipknot 0:53
10.SpidersSlipknot 4:03
11.OrphanSlipknot 6:01
12.My PainSlipknot 6:48
13.Not Long for This WorldSlipknot 6:35
14.Solway FirthSlipknot 5:55

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  • NekkedDave

    5 stars
    EPIC. Corey Taylor & crew don’t disappoint with We Are Not Your Kind. Unsainted is a masterpiece!!
  • Jeremy_Rad

    5 stars
    Outstanding. It has enough of the aggression from the Iowa style mixed with the melodic capabilities of Vol 3 resulting in a perfect combination. Very well may be their best album.
  • ChrisSantiago81

    5 stars
    The best Slipknot Album in a decade.. After giving me self almost 2 weeks to listen to We Are Not Your Kind. I have to say that a love it. I consider it to be a cross between Iowa & Vol. 3 with some extra influence sprinkled in there. And by “extra influence” I’m taking about the song “Spiders”. I think it’s awesome, but I couldn’t help but joke to myself that sounds like something Mushroomhead would have written. The song might as well have been produced by Steve “Skinny” Felton. But I mean that in a good way because I love Mushroomhead too. It was just me being silly.......As for the rest of the album? It hits hard and has some awesome melodies in the choruses that stick to your brain, Nero Forte is the best example. Love the song “Orphan”. It’s probably the heaviest song on the album. I love how there are songs that get a little more progressive than a song like “All Out Life”, I felt like that song had too many repeating riffs. With song like “Orphan” and “Red Flag”, they do a great job adding more riffs to their “recipe”. Sadly, I think “My Pain” is a wasted track. I think they should have added another heavy hitter in its place. But it’s not my band, so who cares. Buy this album and put Slipknot where they deserve, standing on the top of the musical heap over all the pop garbage that’s ruining the music world.
  • jstñ

    5 stars
    :,). a blessing
  • Filbin

    4 stars
    Much more than you think.. Bought this album and took a few times through to really appreciate what was here. But once it’s hooked you, it gives you a new appreciation for this band. Pulse of the Maggots!
  • Lilgrace1

    1 stars
    What station is this? K Snooze?. The last song is good. The rest are good for sleeping. Boring riffs. Slow songs. Two minute noise fillers. A bizarre interlude. When the dust settles and everyone loses their excitement because there’s a new slipknot album out and they actually listen to this thing, well let’s see how many 5 stars it’s gets then....
  • Zedeth#1

    5 stars
    FANTASTIC!!!. Love the new album!
  • redneckgirl94

    5 stars
    LOVE. Corey Taylor wasn’t lying when he said this could possibly be the heaviest album from them yet! I have yet to be disappointed by slipknot
  • AG363

    4 stars
    Long time fan... not bent over this one.. Just like every other longtime fan, I was expecting something that resembled the “good old days” of Slipknot i.e. Iowa, Slipknot, Subliminal Verses, etc. but this album surprisingly exceeded my expectations; despite the band’s unique and (in my opinion) unexpected musical evolution. Their core is still there; this is still Slipknot. You are now simply experiencing the more sophisticated and mature version of this kicka$$ metal band.
  • Larrwein

    5 stars
    They’re back!!!. This is such an awesome album. They sound like themselves again but have grown musically. I love this album!

Slipknot - We Are Not Your Kind Album Wiki

We Are Not Your Kind is the sixth studio album by American heavy metal band Slipknot. Recorded at EastWest Studios in Hollywood, California with co-producer Greg Fidelman (who previously produced the band's 2014 album .5: The Gray Chapter), it was released on August 9, 2019 by Roadrunner Records. The title is taken from a lyric in the song "All Out Life", which was released as a standalone single in 2018 and features as a bonus track on the Japanese edition of the album. We Are Not Your Kind is the first Slipknot album not to feature percussionist Chris Fehn, who was dismissed in March 2019 after suing the group for alleged unpaid royalties. After the conclusion of the touring cycle for .5: The Gray Chapter, Slipknot guitarist Jim Root and percussionist Shawn "Clown" Crahan began writing and demoing material for the band's follow-up album in early 2017. According to Crahan, the group wrote and recorded a total of 22 songs and 26 interludes, with the plan initially being to produce the band's first double album. Recording began in November 2018, shortly after the release of the standalone single "All Out Life". The album was completed by April 2019 and "Unsainted" was released as the lead single the next month. This was followed by "Solway Firth" in July and "Birth of the Cruel" in August. Media response to We Are Not Your Kind was overwhelmingly positive, with the album receiving critical acclaim. Numerous commentators hailed the album as one of the best releases of Slipknot's career, praising the level of experimentation displayed on several key songs. Others highlighted it as a modern landmark release in the heavy metal genre. "Unsainted" reached number 10 on the US Billboard Mainstream Rock chart, while "Solway Firth" also reached the UK Rock & Metal Singles Chart top ten. We Are Not Your Kind debuted at number 1 on both the US Billboard 200 and the UK Albums Chart, as well as several other charts around the world..