SLIPKNOT's History Has Been Chronicled In A New Photobook
A picture is worth 1,000 words, which means that 15 years worth of pictures is worth a seriously hefty amount of words, right? Definitely more than you'd care to read, which is why it's better that Paul Harries shot photos of Slipknot for 15 years and published them all in a new book called Slipknot: Dysfunctional Family Portraits.
This book is the result of 15 years shooting a band that are like no other. In the course of pursuing Slipknot literally all over the world I have been jet-lagged, delayed, rushed, stressed and placed the kind of pressure that gives deep-sea divers the bends. What I have never been, however, is bored. But even amid the madness that is the inevitable result of putting nine grown men in masks and then throwing them out on tour, the band themselves are never less than gracious company, never less than good people to be around.
You can grab the book for about $17 via pre-order before its release date on April 19 right here via Amazon, and check out what the band posted about the book on Facebook right here! Or below, if that's easier.