SLIPKNOT To Release New DVD Next Year

SLIPKNOT will be releasing their third DVD sometime next year, a representative at Roadrunner Records has confirmed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "The exact timing and content [of the DVD] has yet to be determined," the representative said.

SLIPKNOT's first full-length DVD, "Disasterpieces", was released in November 2002. The double-disc DVD contained more than two hours of footage, including the band's London Arena performance filmed on February 16, 2000, as well as five music videos, among them the animated version of "Wait & Bleed" and the banned video for "Spit It Out". The band also released their "Welcome to Our Neighborhood" home video on DVD. The disc, which came out last November, contained all the original content plus about seven minutes of special additional concert footage of the track "Scissors", filmed during the band's appearance at Ozzfest 1999.



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