Slipknot have re-released all their old music videos in high-definition

Left Behind! Spit It Out! Duality! Slipknot’s music videos from 1999 to 2008 have all been upgraded…

Slipknot have re-released all their old music videos in high-definition
Emily Carter

While Slipknot are very much looking forwards right now with their upcoming seventh album The End, So Far, the Iowa metal titans have given fans something to watch while they eagerly wait for the release date (September 30).

Excitingly, the band have just upgraded a load of their most iconic music videos between the years of 1999 and 2008 in high definition – so you can see everything from self-titled album ragers like Spit It Out through to All Hope Is Gone’s emotional mini movie Snuff.

“Slipknot in HD,” say the band. “Experience our 1999 – 2008 music videos upgraded in high-definition now on YouTube.”

Watch the clip below to see the difference, and keep scrolling for an epic visual feast…

So, here we go.

This is Wait And Bleed in HD:

The Spit It Out vid featuring a young ’Knot crushing it live:

Left Behind in all its grim creepiness…

The iconic chaos that is the video for Duality:

Before I Forget, with the band completely unmasked and without their boilersuits:

The haunting Vermilion:

And, of course, Vermilion Pt. 2:
What a great video this is – Psychosocial:

A high-definition Sulfur:

And, finally, Snuff, featuring Corey Taylor’s acting skills and the legendary Malcolm McDowell:

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