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Slipknot’s 2002 DVD Disasterpieces Is Now Available To Watch On YouTube

Slipknot celebrate Iowa’s 19th anniversary with a full stream of Disasterpieces for the first time ever.

Slipknot have marked the 19th anniversary of their incredible second album Iowa by putting 2002 live DVD Disasterpieces online for the first time ever.

The throwback performance was filmed at the band’s headline show at the (now-demolished) Dockland Arena in London a whopping 18 years ago, with the typically energetic and aggression-fuelled set compromising of material from both Iowa and their 1999 self-titled debut.

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Disasterpieces (the DVD) also contained a second disc of the Knot’s music videos up until that point: My Plague, Left Behind, Wait And Bleed, Spit It Out and the audio of Purity. Of course, you can find all of the above on YouTube these days, so the Iowa titans have only shared disc one. They haven’t confirmed if it’s going to be a permanent fixture on YouTube, but given how ferociously brilliant it is, we really hope we can continue to watch it online in the days, weeks and months to come.


Check out the full setlist below:

Intro: (515)
1. People = Shit
2. Liberate
3. Left Behind
4. Eeyore
5. Disasterpiece
6. Purity
7. Gently
8. Eyeless
9. My Plague
10. New Abortion
11. The Heretic Anthem
12. Spit It Out
13. Wait And Bleed

Encore: 742617000027

14. (sic)
15. Surfacing

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Posted on September 1st 2020, 12:40p.m.
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