JIM ROOT: The Sound and The Story: .5: The Gray Chapter (DIGITAL DOWNLOAD)

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In November of 2013, Jim Root went into his garage to begin writing new Slipknot song. He did this after a six-year break in recording, following the loss of a friend and bandmate, all amidst a period of great personal and professional change.

Nearly a year later the result was .5: The Gray Chapter - an intensely heavy and deeply personal album that has been hailed as a masterpiece by both critics and fans.

Take a seat in the studio and in Jim's garage, and watch him channel years of grief, frustration and experience into .5: The Gray Chapter

  • The Sound – Jim teaches you every guitar part on .5: The Gray Chapter. Learn note-for-note and tone for tone - XIX, Sarcastrophe, AOV, The Devil In I, Killpop, Skeptic, Lech, Goodbye, Nomadic, The One That Kills The Least, Custer, The Negative One, If Rain Is What Your Wnat, Override and The Burden.
  • The Story – In this documentary, Jim shares the obstacles he endured and overcame during the writing, demoing and recording process.
  • Get a behind the curtain peek at what it looks like to have nine musicians come together and work in harmony.
  • Includes live footage from Knotfest. Featuring interviews from Corey Taylor,
  • Downloadable tablature pdf included

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