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Slipknot Share Full Stream Of 2019 Graspop Metal Meeting Headline Set

Watch Slipknot’s full set from Belgium’s Graspop Metal Meeting last year.

With this summer’s huge Knotfest Roadshow U.S. tour unfortunately being postponed, Slipknot have unveiled a brand-new stream of their headline set from last year’s Graspop Metal Meeting, plus videos with scheduled tourmates Underoath and Code Orange.

The ’Knot’s ace portion of this new Knotfest stream was filmed on June 22 last year, ahead of the release of their 5K-rated album We Are Not Your Kind. In fact, lead single Unsainted was the only new song the Iowa titans played in the hit-filled performance – as well as 2018 standalone track All Out Life – with the rest of the setlist consisting of fan-favourites from across the band’s discography. From People = Shit to Psychosocial to the double-whammy encore of Spit It Out and Surfacing, clearly this is a set that’s gonna keep the Maggots watching online very happy.

Read this: The 20 greatest Slipknot songs – ranked

Earlier on in the stream, Code Orange unveiled their incredible Last Ones Left: In Fear Of The End Twitch performance from earlier in the year, and Underoath dropped a performance of their seminal album They’re Only Chasing Safety from Las Vegas’ Brooklyn Bowl in 2016.

Check out the full three-plus-hour video in all its glory below:

Posted on June 1st 2020, 4:34pm
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