The news comes just days after Slipknot scored their first UK #1 album in 18 years with the phenomenal 5K-rated album We Are Not Your Kind.
“It feels good to be coming back for an extensive tour of Europe and the UK,” says Corey Taylor. “No matter how many times we come there, it always feels like we can never get enough, nor play all the cities we want to. But one thing’s for certain: the audiences are always some of the best in the world.”
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But Slipknot aren’t alone on this winter jaunt, they’re bringing Satan-loving extreme metallers Behemoth along for the ride.
Tickets go on sale Friday August 30 at 9am UK time on Ticketmaster.
Slipknot UK and Ireland tour 2020
14 Dublin, 3Arena
16 Manchester, Arena
17 Newcastle, Utilita Arena
18 Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
20 Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena
21 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
22 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
24 Birmingham, Arena
25 London, O2 Arena
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