Slipknot’s Royalties From Hit Album Up For Sale For Shocking Price!

 Slipknot Producer Royalties Up For Sale

It was revealed yesterday that the producer’s royalties for the 2008 Slipknot album “All Hope is Gone” is up for sale on an auction site that lets people sell their publishing (Royalty Exchange). The auction currently see’s the bid at over $70,000.

Now it’s important to note that the total earnings from the album grew 20 percent of the previous year. A bulk of the earnings have come from streaming services. As a bonus the winning bid will also get producer royalties for the Canadian band Simple Plan’s 2008 self titled record. Royalties come from both physical sales, streaming services and licensing of the music. Interested in bidding head on down here. The auction ends on May 4th.

Check out our video review of Slipknot’s “All Hope is Gone” album below!

Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich was recently involved in a Twitter Chat with Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and revealed when we could see a new Metallica album. Well it looks like we may not have to wait that long with Ulrich saying:

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“The people that make the software and all the stuff that we use to record are sitting right now trying to figure out how Lars and James and Kirk and Rob can make a Metallica record from four different locations in four different states. That’s obviously something that we’re very excited about,”

When Ulrich was pressed for more details about a Metallica quarantine record he stopped short of confirming it is in the works but said

“A lot of that will do with how long the stay at home orders are in place and a lot of that will have to do with if there’s a second wave of the virus. Who knows what our world will look like six months from now? But obviously, the one thing you can depend on from creative people, for better or worse, is that they can’t sit still for very long and I can tell you that one these weekly Metallica Zoom sessions we are talking about how we can just be a band again.”

“I can tell you that all four of us are really excited about what that could look like. Will there be a Metallica quarantine record? I can’t tell you because I can’t tell you how long the quarantine will last, but if you and I and the rest of the world are still sitting here six months or a year from now, I can say there’s a very good chance.”

In the meantime check out our huge library of Metallica videos above including some cool rare stories.