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Slipknot Gear Up For Live Return This Evening With Epic Teaser Video

Ahead of their proper live return tonight, Slipknot have unveiled a seriously cool teaser video.

This evening is a huge one for Slipknot, as the Iowa kings will be returning to the stage for the first time since 2016 (not including their two-song Jimmy Kimmel performance this past May).

As the band gear up for Hyvinkää’s Rockfest tonight (June 7), they’ve dropped one hell of a teaser clip – featuring some typically obscure but nevertheless goosebump-inducing footage, before going into what sounds like 2001’s crushing track People = Shit right at the end of the video. Presumably that’ll be on their new setlist then, eh?

Elsewhere, there’s a bunch of other cool shit: their mysterious new member bashing some drums, a very cool hair flick from frontman Corey Taylor, and, even more importantly, fire. LOTS AND LOTS OF FIRE.

Give it a watch below, and start getting very, very excited…

Slipknot’s new album We Are Not Your Kind will be released on August 9 through Roadrunner Records – pre-order your copy now.

The band will headline this year’s Download Festival in the UK on June 15get your tickets now. They then take the Knotfest Roadshow tour (with Behemoth, Volbeat and Gojira) across North America throughout the summer, before hitting Australia with the mighty Metallica.

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Posted on June 7th 2019, 5:48p.m.
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