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New Music Friday: Slipknot, Tool, Kim Jennett, nothing, nowhere., GroundCulture

#NewMusicFriday is back and what totally sick week to do it! Slipknot have dropped their sixth album and Tool have released their first single in 13 years. Madness.

There’s also new music from Kim Jennett, nothing, nowhere., and GroundCulture. Now, let’s dive in to all those juicy fresh cuts!

it’s finally here – ‘we are not your kind’!

We thought this day would never come, but it’s here as ‘We Are Not Your Kind’, from the mighty Slipknot, is out now! We’ll be spending our entire weekend circle pitting in our living room and trying to pick our favourite track from the band’s sixth album .

Go and stream it right now!  And, if you haven’t seen it yet check out the video for ‘Solway Firth’, featuring their headline performance at Download 2019!

the wait is over for tool fans

It’s been 13 long years… but now, Tool are finally back. Ahead of the release of their LONG awaited fifth album, ‘Fear Inoculum’, out this month, they’ve only gone and given us the title track. And it’s a 10 minute long epic that’s guaranteed to get you hungry for more. Yep, you read that right. 10 minutes long. Oh, Tool. Never leave again.

check out kim jennett’s new video filmed at download!

Rock n’ roll up and comer Kim Jennett has taken a leaf out of Slipknot‘s book, and filmed her music video at Download 2019! Give it a watch below and see if you can spot yourself in the crowd.

‘Psycho’, is a stone cold headbanger, so get your neck warmed up and ready for action!

nothing, nowhere. teams up with travis barker

Emo rapper nothing, nowhere. has joined forces with legendary blink-182 drummer Travis Barker on his latest track, ‘Destruction’. What’s more, it’s just the first taster of a joint EP, ‘Bloodlust’, that the two have worked on together.

We can’t wait to see what’s in store when it’s released next month.

groundculture return with ‘life won’t wait’

Newcastle hardcore crew GroundCulture are back with a new song, ‘Life Won’t Wait’ – the first new material since their debut EP last year.

Front man Roy Watson said of the track: “We have all chosen blind ignorance over action at times, normally not down to a lack of ability, but because true progress feeds off a constant moulding discomfort which is difficult to stand in the centre of.”

Make sure you don’t miss out on Download 2020! Get your tickets now for the festival taking place on 12th-14th June 2020 in Donington Park.