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Antennas To Hell
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Album: Antennas To Hell
# Song Title   Time
1)    (Sic) More Info...
2)    Eyeless More Info...
3)    Wait and Bleed More Info...
4)    Spit It Out More Info...
5)    Surfacing More Info...
6)    People = Shit More Info...
7)    Disasterpiece More Info...
8)    Left Behind More Info...
9)    My Plague (New Abuse Mix) More Info...
10)    The Heretic Anthem More Info...
11)    Purity More Info...
12)    Pulse of the Maggots More Info...
13)    Duality More Info...
14)    Before I Forget More Info...
15)    Vermilion More Info...
16)    Sulfur More Info...
17)    Psychosocial More Info...
18)    Dead Memories More Info...
19)    Snuff More Info...
 

Album: Antennas To Hell
# Song Title   Time
1)    (Sic) More Info...
2)    Eyeless More Info...
3)    Wait and Bleed More Info...
4)    Spit It Out More Info...
5)    Surfacing More Info...
6)    People = Shit More Info...
7)    Disasterpiece More Info...
8)    Left Behind More Info...
9)    My Plague (New Abuse Mix) More Info...
10)    The Heretic Anthem More Info...
11)    Purity More Info...
12)    Pulse of the Maggots More Info...
13)    Duality More Info...
14)    Before I Forget More Info...
15)    Vermilion More Info...
16)    Sulfur More Info...
17)    Psychosocial More Info...
18)    Dead Memories More Info...
19)    Snuff More Info...
 
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Performer Notes
  • Photographers: Sean E. Demott; Shawn Crahan.
  • Arranger: Slipknot.
  • One part savage metal and one part macabre sideshow nightmare (but in a good way), Slipknot have made a career out of their larger-than-life, kitchen-sink approach to, well, everything. Offering an overview of the Iowa band's wild ride, best-of compilation Antennas to Hell provides listeners with the opportunity to dive headfirst into the weird, dark world Slipknot have created for themselves. Spanning four studio albums, as well as a track from the Resident Evil soundtrack and a pair of live cuts from their Disasterpieces album, the compilation covers a lot of ground, giving an all-inclusive look at the 13 years since the band came storming out of the Midwest with its double-platinum, self-titled debut in 1999. As a bonus, the compilation also includes a second disc featuring Slipknot's live performance from the 2009 Download Festival, which was originally released as a part of the video album (sic)nesses. Being able to hear the band both in the studio and on the stage makes Antennas to Hell a great jumping-off point for new fans looking to get the full sonic experience in one package, but the lack of real rarities might make longtime fans pause before diving in. ~ Gregory Heaney
Professional Reviews
Kerrang (Magazine) (p.52) - "[Their] evolution is clear over tracks arranged in (rough) chronological order....This is a monument to the most important metal band of the last 13 years."

Q (Magazine) (p.118) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[G]enuinely fearsome....This Best Of still highlights a career of extreme metal terror."
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