Knotfest Announce In Flames And Suicide Silence Streams
Up first, Sweden’s In Flames will be streaming their headline performance from Wacken Festival in 2018 on June 5, with the news of the stream pairing with the band marking the 20th anniversary of their Clayman record.
Two weeks later, California deathcore mob Suicide Silence will unleash their 2015 Mental Health America benefit show on June 19, with frontman Eddie Hermida explaining: “While originally organized as a benefit for Mental Health America, we feel it’s necessary to repurpose this with an overall message of ‘Peace, Love & Respect’ as we stream this performance in its entirety for the first time ever in cooperation with the great folks at Knotfest.”
Between the two sets, on June 12 Knotfest are teasing “a major unannounced festival event”, with details still to come – so stay tuned for more on that soon.
Until then, watch the teaser for In Flames’ The Clayman Returns below:
“Unfortunately Slipknot’s summer 2020 touring, including the North American Knotfest Roadshow, Knotfest UK and Knotfest at Sea, will not be happening,” the band said in a statement.
“The band looks forward to performing for its fans again, and will do so when everyone’s safety can be assured.
“All ticket holders will be emailed directly with refund options, Knotfest At Sea purchasers will be contacted with postponement information.”
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