Slipknot net worth is
Slipknot is a heavy metal band formed in September 1995 in Des Moines, Iowa, USA, so the band has been active since that year and during all these years has released five studio albums, “Slipknot”, “Iowa”, “Vol. 3 (Subliminal Verses)” etc. The band won the Grammy Award for the song “Before I Forget”.
Have you ever wondered how much money does Slipknot have? According to authoritative source, it has been estimated that the overall size of Slipknot’s net worth is over $20 million; the main source of this wealth is, of course, the music industry.
Slipknot Net Worth $20 Million
Formed in 1995 by Paul Gray and Shawn Crahan, Slipknot went through several line-up changes in its first few years, however, on their first album, the band consisted of Sid Wilson, Corey Taylor, Shawn Crahan, Jim Root, Craig Jones, Chris Fehn, Paul Gray, Joey Jordison, and Mick Thomson. The band’s self-titled first album came in 1999, and entered the Billboard Top 200 at No. 51, and also reached double platinum certification, increasing the net worth of the band`s members. In support of the album, the band went on a tour, which lasted from December 1999 until November 2000, visiting cities across the USA and Europe, including, Denver, Sacramento, Phoenix, Berlin, Nijmegen, Monza and many others, which certainly helped to increase the sales of the album, and the band members’ net worth.
Their second album was released in 2001, entitled “Iowa”, reaching No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart, and it was also certified platinum in 2002. After the release, the band went on hiatus, as several members of the band focused more on side projects, including Corey Taylor joining with the Stone Sour, and Joey Jordison creating Murderdolls.
However, the band reformed in 2003, and soon started working on their third album, which was released in 2004, entitled “Vol. 3 (Subliminal Verses)”, entering the Billboard Chart at No. 2, and reaching platinum certification in 2005. The third single from this album called “Before I Forget” is a Grammy Award winning song in the category Best Metal Performance in 2006.
In 2008, the band released their fourth album, entitled “All Hope Is Gone” (2008), which also reached platinum certification, and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, further increasing the overall net worth of the band, and its members.
Two years later, a tragedy struck the band, as Paul Gray was found dead in a hotel room in Urbandale, Iowa, and autopsy results showed he died of a morphine overdose. The band continued with work, but three years later, Joey Jordison quit the band because for personal reasons.
New musicians were soon added to the group – Alessandro Venturella and Jay Weinberg – and the band soon started working on their next album, which was released in 2014 “.5: The Gray Chapter”, which as well as their previous releases topped the Billboard chart.
Slipknot has also released one live album, in 2005, entitled “9.0: Live”, and also has one compilation album “Antennas To Hell” (2012), which sales helped to increase the overall net worth of Slipknot.
|Net Worth||$20 Million|
|Awards||Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance, Kerrang! Award for Best Live Band, Kerrang! Award for Best International Band, Kerrang! Award for Best Track, Kerrang! Icon Award, Kerrang! Award for Best International Live Act, Duality, Psychosocial, Snuff|
|Nominations||Grammy Award for Best Rock Album, MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video, Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance, Kerrang! Award for Best Album, MTV Europe Music Award for Best Rock, Kerrang! Award for Best Video, Kerrang! Award for Best Event, Echo Award for Best International Rock/Alternat...|
|Guitar Hero Live||2015||Video Game performer: "Before I Forget"|
|Slipknot: XIX||2015||Video short performer: "Psychosocial"|
|The Devil in I||2014||Short performer: "The Devil in I"|
|Rage||2014||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Metal Evolution||2012||TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode|
|Skins||2011||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock||2010||Video Game performer: "Psychosocial"|
|The Needle Drop||2009||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Madden NFL 2010||2009||Video Game performer: "Duality"|
|Punisher: War Zone||2008||performer: "Psychosocial" / writer: "Psychosocial"|
|A Blair Witch Tale||2008||Video short performer: "Psychosocial"|
|Video on Trial||2008||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock||2007||Video Game performer: "Before I Forget"|
|Final Fight: Streetwise||2006||Video Game lyrics: "Pulse of the Maggots" / music: "Pulse of the Maggots" / performer: "Pulse of the Maggots"|
|Metal: A Headbanger's Journey||2005||Documentary performer: "Sic"|
|Resident Evil: Apocalypse||2004||performer: "Vermilion" / writer: "Vermilion"|
|Galerians: Rion||2004||Video performer: "Gently"|
|Amplitude||2003||Video Game performer: "I Am Hated"|
|Disasterpieces||2002||Video performer: "People=Shit", "Liberate", "Left Behind", "Eeyore", "Disasterpiece", "Purity", "Gently", "Eyeless", "My Plague", "New Abortion", "Heretic Anthem", "Spit It Out", "Wait and Bleed", "sic", "Surfacing"|
|Resident Evil||2002||performer: "My Plague New Abuse Mix"|
|Rollerball||2002||performer: "I Am Hated" / writer: "I Am Hated"|
|The Sopranos||2001||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Slipknot: Welcome to Our Neighborhood||1999||Video short performer: "Spit It Out", "Wait And Bleed", "Left Behind", "My Plague"|
|Rock on the Range||2015||TV Movie|
|Slipknot: XIX||2015||Video short|
|Download Festival||2015||TV Mini-Series|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live!||2014||TV Series|
|The Garbage Can Man Show||2016||TV Mini-Series|
|Slipknot: XIX||2015||Video short|
|Behind the Player: Paul Gray||2008||Video|
|The Needle Drop||2009||TV Series program material - 1 episode|
|Rock in Rio||2011-2015||TV Series||Themselves - Performers|
|LiveXLive Presents Rock in Rio||2015||TV Movie||Themselves|
|The Best Hit USA||2015||TV Series||Tgemselves|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live!||2004-2009||TV Series||Themselves / Themselves - Musical Guest|
|MTV Video Music Awards 2008||2008||TV Special||Themselves|
|Slipknot's Top 20 Video Nasties||2008||TV Movie||Themselves - Presenters|
|Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock||2007||Video Game||Themselves - Musical Guest|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||2002-2006||TV Series||Themselves|
|Late Night with Conan O'Brien||2000-2005||TV Series||Themselves - Musical Guest|
|Reading Festival 2002||2002||TV Movie||Themselves|
|Rock in Rio||2011||TV Series||Themselves|
|Video on Trial||2008||TV Series||Themselves|
|2016||Grammy||Grammy Awards||Best Metal Performance||For the song "Custer."|
|2016||Grammy||Grammy Awards||Best Rock Album||For the album ".5: The Gray Chapter."|
|2015||Grammy||Grammy Awards||Best Metal Performance||For the song "The Negative One."|