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Slipknot earn third UK Number One with latest, ‘The End, So Far’

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Slipknot have today (October 7) earned their third UK Number One with new album, ‘The End, So Far’.The band went head-to-head with a reissue of George Michael’s classic album ‘Older’ for the top spot.

Slipknot finished just 340 units ahead of ‘Older’ according to The Official Charts Company. ‘The End, So Far’ was also the most downloaded album of the past seven  days.2019’s ‘We Are Not Your Kind‘ and 2001’s ‘Iowa’ were the band’s last UK Number One albums.Elsewhere in the charts, The Snuts are at number three with their second studio album ‘Burn The Empire‘ and Craig David returns to the charts with his eighth studio album, ‘22‘ at number seven.

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have also scored their fourth top 10 album this week with their fifth record, ‘Cool It Down‘.Speaking about the band’s new album to NME for this week’s Big Read, Slipknot’s Corey Taylor said the band’s latest album most closely resembles their third record, ‘Vol.

3: (Subliminal Verses)’. Released in 2004, that was the album where the band focused on melody, taking their songwriting in new, unexpected directions.“Musically, we’ve never shied away from a challenge,” Taylor said.

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