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Here’s Slipknot’s Setlist From Their Comeback Headline Show

Here’s what Slipknot played on the first night of their European tour

Last night in Finland, Slipknot made their return to the stage after an almost three-year absence. Their last headline show took place in November 2016 at Knotfest Japan, and now, with new album We Are Not Your Kind less than two months away, Slipknot are back in Europe and ready for war.

Closing the first night of Rockfest at Hyvinkään lentokenttä in Hyvinkää, Finland, Slipknot unleashed a stonking 18-track set, including new tracks Unsainted and All Out Life. Picking tracks from every album, it definitely focused on the heavier side of Slipknot, with the masked Iowans blasting out everything from Get This and Prosthetics to Custer and The Negative One.

Interestingly, there’s no Wait And Bleed, Eyeless or My Plague, instead opting for the likes of (sic), Disasterpiece and People=Shit. If this is the same setlist Slipknot are firing out across their European run, Download festival next weekend is going to be a warzone.

Here’s Slipknot’s setlist from Rockfest:

1. People = Shit
2. (sic)
3. Get This
4. Unsainted
5. Disasterpiece
6. Before I Forget
7. The Heretic Anthem
8. Psychosocial
9. The Devil in I
10. Prosthetics
11. Vermilion
12. Custer
13. Sulfur
14. The Negative One
15. All Out Life
16. Duality
Encore:
17. Spit It Out
18. Surfacing

Drummer Jay Weinberg posted a clip from the stage – just look at those Maggots!

And here’s what it looked like from the crowd!

Posted on June 8th 2019, 11:43am
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