Slipknot and disco? It is laborious to think about these two phrases have ever come collectively earlier than.
Nonetheless, an creative on-line creator just lately took the vocals from Slipknot’s .5: The Gray Chapter single “The Devil in I” and combined them with Gloria Gaynor‘s empowering 1978 disco hit “I Will Survive” to create a mashup that imagines Slipknot’s Corey Taylor as considerably of an indignant disco singer. Are you able to dig it?
In any case, it looks as if Slipknot songs often get turned into pop-driven mashups by followers of the masked steel band — it is nearly as if the group’s tunes lend themselves to such rearrangements. To that finish, the so-called “Satan Will Survive” mashup by SoundCloud consumer DYNAMIKE is a chief instance.
The creator even takes the mission one step additional by conjuring the imaginary performer who would sing “Satan Will Survive” for what would certainly be a transfixed group of listeners. Calling the made-up artist “Coria Taynor,” a portmanteau of Taylor and Gaynor’s names, the digital cowl artwork of the mashup superimposes Slipknot guitar Mick Thomson‘s imposing stage mask over a photograph of Gaynor’s visage.
Slipknot’s newest album, We Are Not Your Kind, got here out in 2019. Presently, the act is getting ready to depart on their first concert tour because the COVID-19 pandemic pressured them to stop touring in 2020. Final month, Slipknot percussionist Shawn “Clown” Crahan stated the band goals to have a new album out this year; the percussionist has additionally launched several solo songs as of late.
Hearken to the Slipknot and Gaynor mashup beneath.