The barrage of new Slipknot music just keeps coming, and for that, we give thanks. Slipknot's maggots are always hungry for more of the nine, so feast your ears on the brand new track 'Sarcastrophe.'

'.5: The Gray Chapter' is starting to come together piece by piece. First, we were given the pummeling 'The Negative One,' followed by a horror-ific music video for 'The Devil in I.' Since then Slipknot have exposed fans to 'Custer' and 'XIX.' Slipknot followers are always ready to be hit with something heavy from the masked ones, but 'Sarcastrophe' is up there as one of Slipknot's all-time heaviest songs.

'Sarcastrophe' also showcases the songwriting skills Slipknot bring to their recordings. After two decades of shredding through the metal world, the band certainly understands the art of crafting both songs and albums. 'Sarcastrophe' could be presented as Exhibit A to back up that claim, as the new cut exposes absolutely no cracks throughout its runtime.

Vocalist Corey Taylor sounds as murderous as ever, guitarists Jim Root and Mick Thomson stack layers of guitar parts filled with personality, DJ Sid Wilson scratches as just the right moments and the act's new drummer shows off his death metal chops once again with furious blasting.

If you're even the slightest bit curious as to what Slipknot has to offer, do yourself a favor and check out 'Sarcastrophe' by clicking the red button below.

As for Slipknot's '.5: The Gray Chapter,' you can pick up the album, due Oct. 21, via Amazon or iTunes.

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