When one is a concert photographer, Slipknot shooter is a real pleasure. Besides the wonderful lights and energy that the group deploys on stage, the personality of each member as well as the photogenic character of the masks cause a certain difficulty to miss its photos ...

 

Slipknot Live at Resurrection Track List

  • “(Sic)”
  • “Get This”
  • “Unsainted”
  • “Disasterpiece”
  • “Before I Forget”
  • “The Heretic Anthem”
  • “Psychosocial”
  • “The Devil In I”
  • “Prosthetics”
  • “Vermillion”
  • “Custer”
  • “Sulfur”
  • “All Out Life”
  • “Duality”
  • “Spit It Out”
  • “Surfacing”

 

Slipknot Tour 2020: The tour

Slipknot is taking their Knotfest on the road again in 2020 with another trek they've dubbed the Knotfest Roadshow. A Day to Remember, Underoath and Code Orange will open for Slipknot on each date.

“We set a precedent last year - Knotfest is a showcase where you never know what to expect,” said Corey Taylor, the leader of Slipknot, in a press release. “This year is no exception. The bands we have represent all corners of our musical world, just like us. And they are exciting as hell. I can't wait to watch them and enjoy them with the rest of the fans. "

 

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Neil Westfall of A Day to Remember called Slipknot "A group that has defined heavy music for an entire generation". Chris Dudley of Underoath said, “When Slipknot asks you to come over for a crazy summer, there's exactly no question to ask: you say yes. "

And Code Orange's Jami Morgan said, “Slipknot is one of the bands that we've had at the top of our list to be able to open up and hopefully get exposed to their amazing fans who have been following them for a very long time. "

 

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Who is Slipknot…?

Slipknot is a group of heavy metal American from Des Moines, Iowa, which was founded in 1995. The band's first concert tour was in the United States with Ozzfest 1999, a festival founded in 1996 with live performances by bands from heavy metal.

After the Livin la Vida Loco Tour, the group started its first international circuit in November 1999, the World Domination Tour.

After spending a year in North America, Europe, Japan and Australia, the band briefly visited Tattoo the Earth, in which the band recorded the performance at the Dynamo Open Air, and then released Death Love Hass as part from the movie 10 Years of Life Pain marks the blood and destruction of war.

 

Slipknot concert tour 2020

Slipknot's first world tour began in May 2001 in support of his second studio album, Iowa. The group toured for almost 15 months and included an appearance at the London Arena which was filmed for "Disasterpieces" and for Ozzfest 2001.

The world Tour next "The Subliminal Verses World Tour", lasted more than 20 months and counted more than 230 concerts.

The tour also sparked Slipknot's first official live album, 9.0: Live. During the tour, the band performed the song "Purity," which was removed from the debut album in 1999 due to copyright infringement.

Slipknot performed songs that are rarely performed live, such as “Iowa” and “Get This” as well as for the first time live the track “Skin Ticket”.

 

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The world Tour All Hope Is Gone took place after the release of the fourth studio album All Hope Is Gone in 2008. The band toured Israel, Luxembourg and several other countries where they had never performed before.

During the tour, drummers Joey Jordison and DJ Sid Wilson broke one and two ankles, respectively.

Most of Slipknot's concerts have been performed with the following band members: Sid Wilson, Joey Jordison, Paul Gray, Chris Fehn, Jim Root, Craig Jones, Shawn Crahan, Mick Thomson and Corey Taylor. However, some had to temporarily give up their places due to injuries.

 

 


 

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BONUS: INTERVIEW WITH JIM ROOT

Interview conducted by Radio Métal for the release of 5: The Gray Chapter

Jim Root is one of the key people behind this opus, titled .5: The Gray Chapter, in memory of the late bassist, whose presence remains palpable. Root has remained loyal to the group and has been deeply involved in the songwriting of the new songs, which seems to have cost him his place in Stone Sour.

Some light still needs to be shed on this subject, but he talks about it at length towards the end of the interview. Before that, however, the guitarist talks about Slipknot's fifth album (or sixth, if you think of Made. Feed. Kill. Repeat as a record in its own right), which everyone in the band is very proud of.

And never mind the dissatisfaction, which he dismisses right after responding to criticism regarding the melody of Corey Taylor's vocals. It was also a good opportunity to ask some questions after the two newbies in the group,

“Paul is going to be present in everything we do. […] I absolutely have the impression that Paul was helping me put these arrangements in place. "

 You were one of the main composers of this new Slipknot album. Since it comes six years after the previous one, after a big tragedy for the group and the departure of an important member, it has sparked a lot of anticipation and anxiety from fans. Do you want to have a big weight on your back?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): No. [Laughs] Oddly enough, I didn't really feel any pressure when I started to set up the arrangements for this album.

I haven't felt that kind of weight or pressure until now, now that I'm doing interviews, it's out of my hands and it's going to be available to everyone soon enough. It's kind of the time that kind of stuff hits me but, you know, it's okay because I don't really mind.

I mean, the album is important to me personally and emotionally.

Between me and a few other band members, this is our favorite record we've made to date. No matter what other people think about it, I like it. And that's really what matters most to me.

How did you know which musical direction you had to take?

Jim Root (Slipknot Guitar): We didn't. I had no idea which way to go. I think as long as you do everything with your heart, do everything that is real and for the good of what the group is, what we have achieved, how we want to evolve and for the legacy of Paul,

i just did what i thought should be done naturally. It's a little as deep as it's been, you know. [Laughs]

The album is called .5: The Gray Chapter. How many Paul Gray is there really in this album? I mean musically but also in terms of soul, memories, emotions, etc.

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): Paul will be present in everything we do.

As for how we talk about him, his legacy and things like that, as for Paul's part on this album, it's more of a lyrical thing and you have to ask Corey about that because that he's a very metaphorical lyricist. I think there are quite a few songs about the band and our relationship with Paul…

Not just that, but also other current events that are relevant to what we do in this group. But like I said, he's so metaphorical that you can take any meaning from most of the words he writes and you can sort of attribute that to something that you could personally experience in your own life. .

But were you, yourself, as a composer, inspired by Paul Gray in any way?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): Absolutely. I really feel like Paul was helping me make these arrangements. I mean, the way I approached the arrangements and songwriting on this album, I've never done it before.

The only thing I can attribute to this is that I learned it from Paul and never really used what he had taught me until now, as I had always worked with it. him on our previous records. So this time, with him being away, I was able to ...

It kinda hit me like a ton of bricks one day, I would never have gone this deep into song arrangements before and I kind of realized I was doing because that's what Paul would do, c is what we would do when we worked together on an idea.

Should this “chapter” be seen as a closing chapter in the previous era of the group or as an opening chapter for a new era?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): [Laughs] I don't really know! I mean, this band is such an anomaly you never know ...

I always approach every album cycle we do as the last we could do. It seems to me that we have many more reasons to continue than reasons not to continue.

Having said that, this is how I feel about things. I don't know how Corey thinks things, I don't know how Shawn Crahan thinks things, I don't know what Mick or Chris or any of the other guys thinks about going on. I would rather continue rather than let go of all our hard work and take away everything we learned from Paul and not attribute it to his legacy.

I think it would be an extreme waste of everything we've been through for the past fifteen years.

Do you see this album as kind of therapeutic in some ways?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): Yeah, absolutely. I mean that's the reason it took us so long to make another record

. Our healing process started with us on tour to see if we could continue as a group. The way we did this was to start shooting first.

We got to the point where we learned we can do that, we can tour, we can play, we can do whatever we do, and the next logical step in that evolution is to make a record.

Did you talk about all of this during the process?

Jim Root (Slipknot Guitar): No, we don't really talk about this until we get together, you know. It will be more of an evolution that will continue to happen as we tour and spend more time together.

We're always overcoming things and when we were in the studio we were together but we were so focused on the job that our main goal was to put these arrangements together, record them to tape and make them as good as possible. . .

Now that this process is complete and we're getting ready to hit the road, we'll have enough downtime while we're there for these conversations to come more to the fore.

 

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): The album begins with a long intro with a lot of tension called “XIX”. What does it represent?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): "XIX" was a song that Clown wrote and he had the music in his head… You know we were porters at Paul's funeral and when we were walking with Paul to take him to his last place resting, it was sort of the musical theme this clown had rolled around in his head.

He needed to let it know and that's how he did it. That's kind of the philosophy behind this song.

There is a ballad called "Goodbye" which seems to be a farewell to Paul Gray. How did you approach this sensitive exercise?

Jim Root (Slipknot Guitar): You know, you write for the song and you write to do it the best you can. That said, this song is a song Corey wrote: it came from his mind and from his heart.

It's a little closer to him, I'm sure. For me it's more of a musical thing and I have to express my feelings through my guitar playing.

Corey wrote a really good song that I could add to it. He's a tough man, there will always be a healing, there will always be something to work out, something to try to improve.

I mean, this is how you evolve as a group and this is how you try to continue as a group. I think as long as we have reasons to do it, we will continue to do so.

Could it be because Corey was a little personal whether it was track eight or am I just analyzing the tracklist?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): [Laughs] I could be. I mean, Clown and Corey put the running order of the album together. Clown thinks of everything when he does this stuff.

He's not just thinking of, “This song is fast and this song is slow, so we have to put them back to back” or “This song looks a lot like this song, so we have to separate them on the record. "

It goes into the lyrical content, the beats per minute, the chord, the number of ... Maybe the fact that it's number eight means something. I do not know. It was certainly something we had probably thought about, I'm sure.

This album is pretty gloomy. It features very classic and edgy Slipknot songs that will thrill early fans, but also songs that really move forward artistically, with a dark and mellow feel to it too. Does this represent the duality of the feelings that you had within you?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): Absolutely. I mean, we're a pretty complex bunch at the end of the day. There are a bunch of different guys and a bunch of different personalities. You can't really release the same songs over and over again. In order not to get bored and annoy your audience, you should always keep evolving in everything you do.

It's about trying to find a balance in this evolution and not getting so far removed from who we are as a group, what we started doing as a group, or what made it. us what we are as a group.

If you're not careful, you can stray too far from what made you who you are, and it's not our intention to stray from that as well. But at the same time, you have to move forward and evolve.

If people want to hear songs that are on the Iowa album, well, they have the Iowa album to listen to, or the eponymous version.

I mean, these albums are there for everyone to enjoy for the rest of the time. Let's see what else we can do and if it works, let's keep doing it. If that doesn't work, we'll go back to the old ways, I guess.

One of the criticisms we have seen often regarding the single "The Devil In I" is the fact that there are some really catchy tunes with Corey singing in a clear voice and a lot of people thought it was too close to Stone. Sour. What would you say to those who think Stone Sour is casting too big a shadow on Slipknot now?

Jim Root (Slipknot Guitar): I would tell these reviews to go back and listen to the melody line in “Wait And Bleed” and in “My Plague”. Corey is a melodic singer. He has always been a melodic singer. He's good enough to do it all. So why shouldn't he do it all, if he can do it all?

It sounds extremely narrow-minded. If certain things are going to have a relation with other things: yes, it is the same person. You can't really change who you are as a person.

But if they think it's too melodic or too pussy or something, then all they have to do is listen to "Snuff" or "Dead Memories" or as I said before. , "My Plague", even "Duality" or the melodic line of "Wait And Bleed" - it's quite melodic! [Laughs]

I think they have an invalid argument or they don't really know the band, because they didn't listen to the band. They might have heard the band, but they didn't really listen to the band. And another thing I can say to these critics is, we're Slipknot and we'll do whatever we want, because we're Slipknot.

Listen to our first record: "Shit everything, fuck this world, fuck everything you stand for." “Don't judge me” is a huge thing. So anyway, they can make whatever judgment they want, we're going to keep doing what we're doing and trying to grow as a group.

“To get a few new guys, they're going to have to work a bit like we've had to work for it in the past. "

One of the things that is striking about this album is the importance of the drums and bass, both in the mix and in the music itself. Does this come from a great involvement of the new drummer and bassist?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): Yeah, they played on the record and those parts are part of the songs. You should therefore be able to hear these parts of the album.

When Metallica made And Justice For All they kind of buried the bass in the mix and while it's a classic record and a great record I think the album suffered because you don't hear no bass other than in guitars.

You know, if you're moving on, you've got to move on all over the place. By hiding things in the mix, we would only be harming ourselves and the people listening to the album.

Bass and drums are important parts of records. You need these items in the record to kind of keep the fort going. And we have enough good players doing those parts that should be heard.

How were they hired?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): We put an ad in Hollywood. We went to Guitar Center to put up an ad and see who would respond. No, just kidding [laughs].

We knew the drummer; we had a lot of mutual friends and on a whim we got together with him at Dave Grohl's studio and got stuck, he not knowing what he was there for.

He played about twenty or twenty-four songs and we could have played a show that night if we needed to. The bass thing was a little trickier: we didn't know what to do and how to approach it.

It's still kind of a learning curve for what we do. Donnie Steele obviously came and helped us in the studio. He wasn't quite up to everything we were doing so we brought in a few other people. And it didn't seem to really work with the other people we brought.

"Wait a minute, let's see if this can work!" [Laughs] Do you know what I mean? So we took him out and it seemed to work. Right now everything seems to be working pretty well. It's not broken at the moment, so there's no reason to question anything. We're just going to go ahead and move on.

Both players wear the same masks, does that mean that they are not considered fully integrated into the squad, that they are not yet considered permanent members of Slipknot?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): You can take that as a metaphor for them who kind of have to work their own way and find their own identity within the band. I think it's a bit more where it came from.

We've all been through a lot together as a band and we've paid a lot twice together to come, so to have a few new guys they're going to have to work a bit like we had to work at in the past.

Their names have been revealed somewhat by fairly reliable deductions in recent days, although there has been no official statement from the group. So what do you think of all this guessing game going on on the internet?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): All that what? The guessing game? [Laughs] I think it's interesting. We are in the age of the Internet when there can be no longer any anonymity, really. Eventually people will find out who the people are with us now. I'd rather let them introduce themselves, rather than make some sort of grand statement.

That's not to say that Corey might have said it before or even Clown or someone else can. For me, it's when the time comes, when we're on the road all together and someone's doing the press and they want to ask who's playing bass in the area, who's on drums that they hear from the other room, they might go and ask them. [Laughs]

So can't you confirm for me that the new drummer and bassist is Jay Weinberg and Alessandro Venturella?

Alessandro Venturella… What kind of name is that? [Laughs] Alessandro Venturella… I'm not going to confirm or deny that. [Laughs]

You have unveiled your new masks. We see the changes in their appearance, but has there been an evolution in their comfort and convenience to wear compared to the band's early days?

Jim Root (Slipknot Guitar): You know, they've never been so uncomfortable and awkward. For me, masks are more about putting on the mask rather than wearing the mask, if you know what I mean.

Once I put the mask on, I don't even realize I'm wearing it [laughs]. It's an evolutionary process and I was more concerned with writing and recording music. I haven't really thought about the mask issue.

I don't really like changing goggles, I like to keep it pretty close to what it always has been, just maybe make variations of it, little little evolutions.

There are other guys in the group who like to drastically change theirs to be very different from what they had before. I don't want to go that far because I think it's important to be able to recognize a semblance of what this member is or represents, at least from the perspective of the fans.

Now that doesn't mean that if we do another record something happens and completely changes my mind about how my image is in the band and how I want to be seen in the band, I could start from scratch. and make a completely new one.

But for now, I just want to make, like I said, slight changes and slight variations.

What can we expect from the band for the live in the future?

Jim Root (Slipknot Guitar): We're building a whole new set. We are going to migrate our pyro and our lighting in the decor that we are building. It has been a long time. I mean, we haven't had a new stage set since the Subliminal Verses.

This is the main novelty. As for anything else, that's it. There will be an evolution as we move forward, turn and learn more about ourselves [laughs].

“I guess there are people in [Stone Sour] who didn't want to see a Slipknot album cycle happen because they wanted to keep doing what they were doing. "

On another topic, you were pretty much kicked out of Stone Sour late last year. Didn't that tarnish your relationship with Corey Taylor?

Jim Root (Slipknot Guitar): It definitely added a new dynamic to my relationship with Corey Taylor, for sure. I think if anything, it probably brought Corey and me closer together. If anything is tarnished, it's my relationship with other people who are still members of Stone Sour.

I haven't even spoken with these guys since they conspired and made their choice which is good because it doesn't really affect me that much right now other than I had a lot of blood in the game I cared a lot about this group. I cared more about this group than about the money they made.

I cared about the music and what we did as a band. And I think that's part of the reason we had disagreements, because I think there are other people in this band who care more about the money than what the band does. artistically. So after saying that,

But what were the concrete reasons for your departure?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): I don't know. You should ask the group's conspirators what it is, because I still don't know what the reason is. Neither of them has the balls to pick up a phone and call me.

The only thing I can think of is someone who only cares about money and wants to keep going on a Stone Sour tour when there should be a Slipknot album cycle, and it's probably someone who thinks:

"Well, if I get rid of this member then I'll get more editing money and more merch money… Since I haven't told anyone except Corey, c is the only sort of conclusion I can draw from it.

Corey and I are doing great, we have a great relationship and that will only get better as the [Slipknot] album cycle progresses. I'm honestly still in the dark on that one too, so that would be interesting to know… But then again, these guys don't really think very well.

Maybe they didn't think about it, maybe they were just saying, "We have to keep shooting and Jim doesn't want to shoot, so damn it, we'll fire him!" Maybe it was also stupid. [Chuckes]

But Corey Taylor is also in both Slipknot and Stone Sour, so what made the difference, why did they have a problem with you being in both bands and not Corey?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): Um, I don't know, because they probably can't make a career without Corey, I should assume, you know [laughs].

I mean, if they lose Corey from Stone Sour, then that's it, Stone Sour is done. I am only a guitarist; I'm not the voice of the band, so to speak, although I've brought a lot to the table in terms of writing and guitar.

I guess it's easy to find someone to come over and try to play my parts, it'll never sound the same but it's a lot harder to replace someone like Corey than it is to replace a guitarist, I Assumed.

You recently said that everything was working "for the best" because you weren't "really happy" with Stone Sour anymore. What were you unhappy about at Stone Sour?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): Just a lot; a lot of decisions that were made or that were not made as a full group. Nothing was really decided as a full band, it was just a bunch of individuals trying to get things done.

You've been fighting over things, with three guys wanting a thing one way and one guy wanting it a different way, and then all of a sudden it's a guy's way. instead of how everyone voted… It was so many different things.

You know, politics is a huge, deep, and scary thing, but at the end of the day, essentially, the process of a Slipknot album had to start happening.

I guess there are people in this other group who didn't want to see a Slipknot album cycle happen because they wanted to keep doing what they were doing.

So the process of the Slipknot album kept being pushed back and pushed back and pushed back and… It got to the point where it couldn't be pushed back anymore, we had to move on and start.

You know you make plans as a group and people go against those plans and change their minds and then all of a sudden you're told things are going to be a certain way. . You just have to take care of it and be happy or… or not! [Laughs]

For me it was important to come back to Slipknot and I think everyone knew it had to happen. Maybe it didn't make some people happy.

Maybe they were upset that things were going to have to happen as they always did in the past. you're making plans as a group and people go against those plans and change their minds and then all of a sudden you're kind of told that things are going to be a certain way .

You just have to take care of it and be happy or… or not! [Laughs] For me it was important to come back to Slipknot and I think everyone knew it had to happen.

Maybe it didn't make some people happy. Maybe they were upset that things were going to have to happen as they always did in the past.

you're making plans as a group and people go against those plans and change their minds and then all of a sudden you're kind of told that things are going to be a certain way . You just have to take care of it and be happy or… or not! [Laughs]

For me it was important to come back to Slipknot and I think everyone knew it had to happen. Maybe it didn't make some people happy.

Maybe they were upset that things were going to have to happen as they always did in the past. Maybe it didn't make some people happy.

Maybe they were upset that things were going to have to happen as they always did in the past. Maybe it didn't make some people happy. Maybe they were upset that things were going to have to happen as they always did in the past.

Did that allow you to maybe use some of that anger you had over being kicked out of the band to the Slipknot album?

Jim Root (Slipknot guitar): Maybe a little bit but I had written most of these songs before. The worst news I had was that they were going to tour without me. And that's when I started to focus on writing the Slipknot record.

So the big knife in the back didn't come until we had already worked on the pre-production, worked with the new drummer, worked with the producer, right before the rest of the band came out.

Corey must have done this tour with Stone Sour before going out to work on this record.

I don't know the man, there are so many different variables and like I said none of them ever decided to tell me what his mindset was [laughs] or why this was happening.

They would probably say it was something like I'm unhappy or complaining or something, but I'm not the only one ...

The tour dates 2020 

Ireland 01/14/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Dublin, 3Arena
UK 01/16/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Manchester, Arena
UK 01/17/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Newcastle, Utilita Arena
UK 01/18/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
UK 01/20/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Sheffield, Flydsa Arena
UK 01/21/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
UK 01/22/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
UK 01/24/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Birmingham, Arena Birmingham
UK 01/25/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ London, O2 Arena T

Netherlands 01/28/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
Germany 01/29/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Frankfurt, Festhalle
France 01/30/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Paris, AccorHotels Arena - Bercy - POPB
Luxembourg 02/01/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Esch-sur-Alzette, RockHal
France 02/02/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Lyon, Halle Tony Garnier
Hungary 02/04/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Budapest, SportArena
Poland 02/06/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Lodz, Atlas Arena
Germany 02/08/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Stuttgart, Schleyerhalle
Germany 02/09/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ München, Olympiahalle
Italy 02/11/2020 Slipknot - Tour 2020 @ Milan, Mediolanum Forum
Swiss 02/12/2020 Slipknot - Tour 2020 @ Zurich, Hallenstadion
Austria 02/14/2020 Slipknot - Tour 2020 @ Wien / Vienna, Stadthalle

Germany 02/16/2020 @ Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena
Germany 02/17/2020 @ Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena
Germany 02/18/2020 @ Dortmund, Westfalenhallen
Denmark 02/20/2020 @ Copenhagen, Royal Arena
Sweden 02/21/2020 @ Stockholm, Ericsson Globe
Norway 02/22/2020 @ Oslo, Telenor Arena
Finland 02/24/2020 @ Helsinki, Hartwall Arena
Japan 03/20/2020 KnotFest Japan 2020 @ Chiba, Makuhari Messe
Singapore 03/24/2020 Singapore Rockfest 2020 @ Singapore
Indonesia 03/27/2020 Hammersonic Festival 2020 @ Jakarta
Philippines 03/29/2020 Slipknot - Tour 2020 @ Manilla, Amoranto Stadium

United States 05/15/2020 Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival 2020 @ Columbus, MAPFRE Stadium
United States 05/22/2020 Rocklahoma Festival 2020 @ Pryor Creek, Rocklahoma
United States 05/30/2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Syracuse, St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview
United States 05/31/2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Mansfield, Xfinity Center
United States 06/02/2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ New York, Madison Square Garden

Canada 06/04/2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Quebec City, Center Videotron
Canada 06/05/2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Montreal, Center Bell
Canada 06/06/2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Toronto, Budweiser Stage

United States 06/08/2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Clarkston, DTE Energy Music Theater
United States 06/10/2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Nashville, Bridgestone Arena
United States 06/12/2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Memphis, FedExForum
United States 06/14/2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Orlando, Amway Center
United States 06/15/2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ West Palm Beach, iTHINK Financial Amphitheater
United States 06/17/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Charlotte, PNC Music Pavilion
United States 06/18/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Alpharetta, Ameris Bank Amphitheater
UK 06/20/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Birmingham, Oak Mountain Amphitheater
United States 06/22/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Dallas, Dos Equis Pavilion
United States 06/23/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Austin, Germania Insurance Amphitheater
United States 06/25/2020 Slipknot -Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ The Woodlands, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
United States 07/16/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Rock Fest 2020 @ Cadott, Rock Fest
United States 07/16/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Rock USA Festival 2020 @ Oshkosh, Ford Festival Park

Germany 07/30/2020 Wacken Open Air 2020 @ Wacken, Wacken
Germany 07/31/2020 Slipknot - Tour 2020 @ Köln, Rhein Energie Stadion
Sweden 08/05/2020 Metaltown Festival 2020 @ Göteborg, Bananpiren
Germany 08/07/2020 Slipknot - Tour 2020 @ Berlin, Waldbühne
Spain 08/10/2020 KnotFest At Sea Cruise 2020 @ Barcelona
Spain 08/14/2020 Metal Paradise Fest 2020 @ Fuengirola, Marenostrum Music Castle Park
France 08/20/2020 Festival Cabaret Vert 2020 @ Charleville-Mézières, Square Bayard
UK 08/22/2020 Knotfest UK 2020 @ Milton Keynes, The National Bowl

Ireland 01/14/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Dublin, 3Arena
UK 01/16/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Manchester, Arena
UK 01/17/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Newcastle, Utilita Arena
UK 01/18/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
UK 01/20/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Sheffield, Flydsa Arena
UK 01/21/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
UK 01/22/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
UK 01/24/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Birmingham, Arena Birmingham
UK 01/25/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ London, O2 Arena T

Netherlands 01/28/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
Germany 01/29/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Frankfurt, Festhalle
France 01/30/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Paris, AccorHotels Arena - Bercy - POPB
Luxembourg 02/01/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Esch-sur-Alzette, RockHal
France 02/02/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Lyon, Halle Tony Garnier
Hungary 02/04/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Budapest, SportArena
Poland 02/06/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Lodz, Atlas Arena
Germany 02/08/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Stuttgart, Schleyerhalle
Germany 02/09/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ München, Olympiahalle
Italy 02/11/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Milan, Mediolanum Forum
Swiss 02/12/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Zurich, Hallenstadion
Austria 02/14/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Wien / Vienna, Stadthalle

Germany 02/16/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena
Germany 02/17/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena
Germany 02/18/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Dortmund, Westfalenhallen
Denmark 02/20/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Copenhagen, Royal Arena
Sweden 02/21/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Stockholm, Ericsson Globe
Norway 02/22/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Oslo, Telenor Arena
Finland 02/24/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 @ Helsinki, Hartwall Arena
Japan 03/20/2020 KnotFest Japan 2020 @ Chiba, Makuhari Messe
Singapore 03/24/2020 Singapore Rockfest 2020 @ Singapore
Indonesia 03/27/2020 Hammersonic Festival 2020 @ Jakarta
Philippines 03/29/2020 Slipknot - Tour 2020 @ Manilla, Amoranto Stadium

United States 05/15/2020 Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival 2020 @ Columbus, MAPFRE Stadium
United States 05/22/2020 Rocklahoma Festival 2020 @ Pryor Creek, Rocklahoma
United States 05/30/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Syracuse, St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview
United States 05/31/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Mansfield, Xfinity Center
United States 06/02/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ New York, Madison Square Garden

Canada 06/04/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Quebec City, Center Videotron
Canada 06/05/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Montreal, Center Bell
Canada 06/06/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Toronto, Budweiser Stage

United States 06/08/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Clarkston, DTE Energy Music Theater
United States 06/10/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Nashville, Bridgestone Arena
United States 06/12/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Memphis, FedExForum
United States 06/14/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Orlando, Amway Center
United States 06/15/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ West Palm Beach, iTHINK Financial Amphitheater
United States 06/17/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Charlotte, PNC Music Pavilion
United States 06/18/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Alpharetta, Ameris Bank Amphitheater
UK 06/20/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Birmingham, Oak Mountain Amphitheater
United States 06/22/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Dallas, Dos Equis Pavilion
United States 06/23/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ Austin, Germania Insurance Amphitheater
United States 06/25/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Knotfest Roadshow tour 2020 @ The Woodlands, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
United States 07/16/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Rock Fest 2020 @ Cadott, Rock Fest
United States 07/16/2020 Slipknot Tour 2020 Rock USA Festival 2020 @ Oshkosh, Ford Festival Park

Germany 07/30/2020 Wacken Open Air 2020 @ Wacken, Wacken
Germany 07/31/2020 Slipknot - Tour 2020 @ Köln, Rhein Energie Stadion
Sweden 08/05/2020 Metaltown Festival 2020 @ Göteborg, Bananpiren
Germany 08/07/2020 Slipknot - Tour 2020 @ Berlin, Waldbühne
Spain 08/10/2020 KnotFest At Sea Cruise 2020 @ Barcelona
Spain 08/14/2020 Metal Paradise Fest 2020 @ Fuengirola, Marenostrum Music Castle Park
France 08/20/2020 Festival Cabaret Vert 2020 @ Charleville-Mézières, Square Bayard
UK 08/22/2020 Knotfest UK 2020 @ Milton Keynes, The National Bowl

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