On their last album cycle, Slipknot stepped up their production like never before. No longer were they just some masked dudes who brought a bit of fire with them, but the whole stage was redesigned like a demonic carnival, with a devilish figure looming overhead. The various platforms gave ample room for Corey to stomp around stage like a man possessed, while Chris Fehn and Clown's drum risers lifted them up into the rafters throughout. And there was fire. Basically, wherever you looked, something bonkers was happening. AND WE WANT MORE OF THAT, PLEASE. Last year Iron Maiden’s Legacy Of The Beast tour proved what was possible in an arena setting, with constant changing of stages and props, and Metallica’s current stadium production is spectacular, so surely Clown is planning something mind-manglingly terrifying and impressive to send maggots into spasm. Maybe a goat sacrifice every night?