In October, Slipknot gave fans a glimpse of the gruesome horrors that lurked behind the doors of the Slaughterhouse, a special event which took place in Des Moines ’ Barnum Factory throughout October.
“This is a whole other world,” said Slaughterhouse owner Ian Miller during the exhibit’s launch. “It’s a walkthrough cinematic experience and at the Slaughterhouse, the people are the pigs. It’s the ultimate nightmare come true.”
And now the band have released a chilling short video of the experience, which features actors, Slipknot memorabilia and grisly props to bring the Iowa nonet’s terrifying visions to life.
Watch the clip below. Sleep well.
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