One British music magazine described Slipknot’s sixth album ‘We Are Not Your Kind’ as “a primal scream of endlessly inventive extreme metal and searing misanthropy”. Indeed, the masked gang never sounded more ambitious, powerful, dark and catchy at the same time. ‘The Chapeltown Rag’, the first single off of album number seven, revisits the brute force of ‘Iowa’. Whatever they do, Slipknot have a knack of leaving you with an enjoyably uncomfortable feeling. It's the kind of feeling you associate with muscle cramps, bruises, a sore neck from headbanging and a huge shot of testosterone resulting from an hour of merciless exercise in the mosh pit during the orchestrated chaos of Slipknot.