Sid Wilson of Slipknot Releases Solo Track †He©U®e

Sid Wilson releases video for rap song †He©U®e

Sid Wilson AKA DJ StarScream and * of Slipknot

Sid Wilson‘s side project SID has returned with a new song called †He©U®e which you can listen to below.  The Slipknot DJ’s SID project is a noise/rap hybrid and †He©U®e is taken from upcoming album ∫∑x©∆p∆D∑∫ øƒ †h3 høP∑£3∫∫ ®øbø†¡¢ which is released on August 17th, which are The Cure and Decades of the Hopeless Robotic respectively in case you don’t speak Sid. We’ll let the man himself explain what the song is about:

“†He©U®e” represents our hero SID’s final straw with the hUM∆N r∆©∑.
He has tried countless times to share what he calls “†He©U®e” with every being he has come into contact with and cared for . With zero success rate he is now seeing his bleak lonely future thru a series of time travels and quantum jumps using directional elements in their eco-system on an planet the hUM∆N∫ call “Earth”. Seeing how addictions play out within the hUM∆N∫, he soon realizes that he can’t keep injecting this “©U®e” due to the adaptations that have occurred thru out their evolutions, and a tolerance to “†He©U®e” has began to develop deep inside the DNA of the hUM∆N∫ . Will he find salvation else where, or should he of stayed amongst the hUM∆N∫ ?”

That’s cleared that up. On the album –

“‘∫∑x©∆p∆D∑∫ øƒ †h3 høP∑£3∫∫ ®øbø†¡¢‘ is a metaphoric creative representation of the heart and mind inside a body of work known as the artist “SID” (tHe aLieN kiNg). The cover art can be translated as this… SID is an alien without a home planet traveling thru dark space being assimilated by a cold robotic force known as “tHe feMALe”, and is attempting to save the last part of him that remains human, his heart. Will he conquer love or be consumed by the robotic force sweeping the Universe?”

So there you have it. If you’re a fan of insanity or you do a lot of drugs then this is definitely one for you.

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