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Slipknot To Stream Their 1999 Home Movie, Welcome To Our Neighborhood

Knotfest will be broadcasting Slipknot’s seminal home movie collection, Welcome To Our Neighborhood.

Knotfest’s concert series is continuing this week with an absolutely brilliant stream: the broadcast of Slipknots old-school home movie, Welcome To Our Neighborhood.

The Iowa metallers’ first-ever film was released all the way back on November 9, 1999 via Roadrunner Records, with a re-release arriving four years later on DVD. If you’ve never seen it before, it’s a home-shot movie featuring live footage of Surfacing, Wait And Bleed and Scissors, plus interviews and a music video for Spit It Out.

Read this: Freaks Unleashed: The story behind Slipknot’s debut album

At the time of its release, Roadrunner described …Neighborhood as: People wanted to see what made Slipknot tick, and, ready for it or not, the band delivered with the comprehensive Welcome To Our Neighborhood DVD. A study in the roots of Slipknot, it includes their earliest music videos as well as interviews and behind the scenes footage.” 

Welcome To Our Neighborhood will be streaming on Friday, June 26 from 2pm PST/5pm EST/11pm CET over on Knotfest.com.

Slipknot Welcome To Our Neightborhood

If that’s not enough of a throwback, Slipknot have also just unveiled an absolutely killer Official Quarantine Merch Capsule via SlipknotMerch.com – and yes, we want it all…

Slipknot Quarantine Merch Capsule
Posted on June 25th 2020, 8:00p.m.
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