Slipknot are set to release their new tour documentary Day of the Gusano just over a month from now. Directed by Slipknot Percussionist M. Shawn "Clown" Crahan, the 90-minute movie, out September 6th, captures the band's historic Knotfest Mexico show — as well as the droves of fiercely loyal fans, known as "Maggots," who attended the 2015 concert — in surround sound, providing viewers with an immersive film experience. It'll be screened at 1,000 theaters worldwide for one night only (a list of participating venues is available here).
"Slipknot still has dreams for itself," Crahan has said of the doc. "Finally playing Mexico was one of them. It's been a surreal life of rock & roll for Slipknot and the fact that the dreams still go on for us is simply incredible."
Following last month's pro-shot snippet of their "Vermillion" performance, Slipknot have proffered up another ephemeral sneak peek of the upcoming documentary. This time, viewers get a fly-on-the-wall perspective of the band's pre-Knotfest rehearsals, which the band conducted without their usual masks and jumpsuits. Check it out below.