Slipknot surprises fans with new EP and music videos

'At this point in the program, nothing is safe'
Corey Taylor of Slipknot
Corey Taylor of Slipknot Photo credit Venla Shalin/Redferns/Getty Images
By , Audacy

Iowa rockers Slipknot just kicked up some dirt with the surprise release of their Adderall EP and two new music videos directed by percussionist Shawn “Clown” Crahan to go along with it.

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Following up their 2022 release, The End.. So Far, and this year's early one-off "Bone Church," masked marauders Slipknot returned this week with the surprise drop of their Adderall EP. The offering features six unreleased tracks accompanied by two brand new music videos helmed by the group's percussionist, "Clown," who, at the moment, is sitting out the band's tour dates to help his wife through undisclosed health issues.

The EP itself features three alternate versions of their lead-off The End... So Far track, “Adderall,” as well as three unreleased songs -- “Death March,” “Red or Redder,” and “Hard to Be Here.”

“Deconstructing to continuously pave the way for evolution,” Clown said of the new EP and videos. “At this point in the program, nothing is safe.” Check out the official tracklisting below.

Slipknot - Adderall EP tracklist

Death March
Adderall – No Intro
Adderall – Rough Demo
Red or Redder
Adderall – Instrumental
Hard To Be Here

Pick up the brand new Adderall EP now, and watch the official music videos for "Memories (Adderall - Rough Demo)," and "Death March" below.

Currently overseas, Slipknot is set to slay the Rock Fest and Inkcarceration stages in the U.S. in July as well as the Blue Ridge Rock Festival in September.

Additionally, frontman Corey Taylor is set to drop his new CMF2 album later this year and will hit the road to celebrate. Click HERE for a full list of dates and more with CMFT. Tickets are on sale now.

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