Slipknot’s All Hope is Gone Turns Ten Years Old in 2018
Welcome back to Apocalyptic Anniversaries, our new series on which ace metal YouTube reviewer TheMetalTris explores landmark anniversaries of some of the most important albums in the history of metal.
This week we take a look back at Slipknot’s 2008 release All Hope is Gone in the year of its tenth anniversary. How did the album represent a sonic step forward for the band? Where it does it stand in the canon of Slipknot albums, especially given it served as both Paul Gray and Joey Jordison’s final records with the band?