My Plague

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"My Plague"
Song by Slipknot
from the album Iowa and Resident Evil Soundtrack
A-side"My Plague (New Abuse Mix)"
B-side"The Heretic Anthem" (live)
"(sic)" (live)
ReleasedJuly 8, 2002
Recorded2001 at Sound City and Sound Image in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California
GenreNu metal
Songwriter(s)Corey Taylor, Paul Gray, Joey Jordison, Shawn Crahan
Producer(s)Ross Robinson, Slipknot
Slipknot singles chronology
"Left Behind"
"My Plague"

"My Plague" is the third single off American metal band Slipknot's second studio album Iowa. The song was released on July 8, 2002.

Overview[change | change source]

There was a remix for the song called "New Abuse Mix" that was featured on the soundtrack to the 2002 movie Resident Evil. the remix cut a screamed layer of vocals and replaced it with a more monotone, drone-like sounding layer.

Versions[change | change source]

The new version was cut by approximately 00:37 seconds by removing the transitional "Kill you, fuck you, I will never be you" section. Some of the profanities were also replaced with less offensive phrases; like the phrase "...the everyday bullshit things that you have done" was changed to, "...the everyday abusive things that you have done" and "You fucking touch me, I will rip you apart..." was replaced with "...and if you touch me, I will rip you apart...". The whole second verse of the chorus was removed.

In 2003, the song was nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Metal Performance category but it lost to Korn's "Here to Stay".[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "2003 Grammy Award Nominees Announced". Retrieved 2014-07-07.

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