SLIPKNOT Percussionist's THE BLACK DOTS OF DEATH Releases Video, New Song

After making their debut to the world last week, THE BLACK DOTS OF DEATH continue their attack on the status quo by releasing both a new song and video today. The "Let's Get Fucked Up" clip was directed by Fist Fight Films and can be viewed at this location (a teaser can be seen below). In addition, the band has posted a new track entitled "Standing Alone" at TheBlackDotsOfDeath.com.

Founded by Shawn" Clown" Crahan from the Grammy-winning cultural force that is SLIPKNOT, THE BLACK DOTS OF DEATH are unlike any other band that you have heard with an approach focused on killing all of your pre-conceived notions on what music can be — bringing a devastating tidal wave of sound crashing down on you.

THE BLACK DOTS OF DEATH are only just beginning and will unleash their first full-length album, "Ever Since We Were Children", on January 11, 2011. The album’s release will be preceded by the debut of their first video, "Let's Get Fucked Up", which you can view a trailer for below.

When asked about THE BLACK DOTS OF DEATH, Clown had this to say, “This is my new project, this is my new pain. Enjoy."

"Ever Since We Were Children" track listing:

01. S.A.T.A.N.
02. Destroy Anything
03. Standing Alone
04. Lower Than Dirt
05. Let's Get Fucked Up
06. The Hunt Is Over
07. Uncertainty
08. Gone So Long

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