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Watch Slipknot Perform Unsainted And All Out Life Live For The First Time

Slipknot debuted Unsainted and All Out Life on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Friday night.

In news that will surprise absolutely no-one, Slipknot’s two latest singles – All Out Life and Unsainted – sound unbelievable live.

The Iowa titans debuted their Halloween standalone single All Out Life, and this week’s epic comeback track Unsainted, on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Friday (May 17), in a two-song performance for some very, very lucky ticket winners.

It’s fair to say that both songs have their own unique standout moments – from Unsainted’s goosebump-inducing choir opening, to All Out Life’s ‘We are not your kind’ sing-along. The band themselves look ridiculously badass in their new masks too, with many fans comparing frontman Corey Taylor’s new look to Heath Ledger’s Joker in The Dark Knight. Needless to say, we are here for it.

Slipknot’s new album We Are Not Your Kind will be released on August 9 through Roadrunner Records.

Watch Unsainted live below:

And here’s All Out Life:

Slipknot will headline this year’s Download Festival in the UK on June 15 – get 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 May 18th 2019, 10:15am
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