Slipknot 'All Out Life' Producer Revealed And It's Not Ross Robinson
DIJ Exclusive - The metal world has been abuzz with rumors of original producer Ross Robinson's return to the production helm of Slipknot, since band members posted photos of Robinson's dog, on Instagram.
Guitarist Jim Root denied the rumors, but the masked metal outfit's latest single 'All Out Life' seems to feature many production techniques that were used by Robinson on the first two albums, fueling even more speculation from their rabid fans.
A source close to the band has revealed to Daily Independent Journal that the track was not produced by Robinson but by .5 The Grey Chapter producer, and Metallica's Hardwired... to Self Destruct collaborator, Greg Fidelman.
The track was mixed by Joe Barresi, and engineered by Paul Fig.
All out life quickly generated over 10 million views in the first week of release and broke the record for the most amount of views in one day, for a Slipknot release, raking in an impressive 3.4 million views in less than 24 hours.