We Are Not Your Kind - Slipknot User Reviews

  • Pretty Good

    4
    By stelthsliprz
    Unsainted, Birth of The Cruel, Spiders, Nero Forte, and Critical Darling are probably the best songs in this album. Only Gripe: The old original sound is lacking Summary: Very good album. Its a break from all the pop and r&b. Keep rockin bois 👌🤟
  • Thank you

    5
    By Silv3rback187
    I’ve been waiting so long for this and they did not disappoint
  • Great album from start to finish.

    5
    By Piston Bull
    This maybe their best album. Easily my favorite Slipknot album.
  • Just not the same?

    1
    By StringRay480
    The new stuff has no punch! I just can’t get into it! 👎
  • Awesome album

    5
    By Seanbo Deluxei
    This is the best album slipknot has ever done! Great job!g
  • Awesome!

    5
    By knotfan95
    Really heavy and very experimental, probably Slipknot’s best album. Some great memorable songs.
  • Amazing

    5
    By Bennzel
    Absolutely incredible, evolved and heavy. Satisfies any slipknot craving you might have.
  • Ray Cereo's review

    5
    By Bluraydoylerules
    Amazing stuff these guys do
  • Amazing

    5
    By troyleedesigns
    I can’t get enough of this album. They always know how to create amazing music but this album has something extra to it
  • The progression of values continue

    5
    By Hard Knock Hawks
    I saw this band in club DV8 in Seattle in the late 90’s. With Dope, and Coal Chamber headlined. Since then I’ve seen the first Knotfest, and most recently the first Knotfest Road Show. Not to mention all the shows in between. Even getting back stage in Auburn, Wa the night Sid broke his ankles/feet with my 12 year old daughter. We pilfered both dressing rooms. My daughter still has a drum head that reads, “if I were king” through the diameter closing in on the center. Now that I’ve established my tenure as a knot fan, this album is fantastic. Obviously it’s a vent pipe for Corey, and his recent divorce. I appreciate adult writing especially at this stage in both our lives. The music is always technical. It’s the meld between reality, and the observers perspective that I think I love most. It varies from person to person, as it should. I do agree that All Out Life should be on here. Selling the song as a stand alone was obviously a marketing tactic meant to stimulate the saliva glands. Why not include it at this point?