Slipknot Announce 2021 Knotfest Roadshow Tour

Killswitch Engage, FEVER 333, and Code Orange are coming along for the ride

Slipknot [© Matt Bishop Photo]

Slipknot are returning with all new Knotfest Roadshow tour dates. The trek kicks off September 25 in Indianola, IA and wraps up on November 2 in Phoenix, AZ. Killswitch Engage, FEVER 333, and Code Orange are providing a stacked supporting cast.

“With the world opening up, it’s time to get excited about LIFE again,” said frontman Corey Taylor. “To get back to LIFE again. This tour is a long time coming and we hope you’re as excited to see it as we are to play it. Stay safe, stay (sic) and we’ll see you soon.”

Last week, the band confirmed that they have returned to the studio and are working on new material, with artistic visionary and percussionist, M.Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan confirming to UK media that they are making “God music”. Be the first to see exclusive ‘behind the scenes’ footage of the band at work by subscribing to join the community over at KNOTFEST.COM, where you’ll also be eligible to pre-order Knotfest Roadshow tickets ahead of the on-sale date to the general public.

Killswitch Engage [© Matt Bishop Photo]

Tickets and VIP Packages go on sale this Friday, June 4 via KnotfestRoadshow.com. Become a Knotfest Premium member for first pre-sale access starting tomorrow at 10am local time via knotfest.com/join.

Killswitch Engage released their eighth studio album Atonement back in 2019. The record peaked at No. 13 on the Billboard 200. FEVER 333’s acclaimed debut album Strength in Numb333rs garnered them a GRAMMY Award for Best Rock Performance for the track “Made an America.” This year, Code Orange nabbed a GRAMMY nomination for Best Metal Performance for “Underneath.”

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