Slipknot Debut New White Outfits at Knotfest Roadshow's Washington Stop | Revolver

Slipknot Debut New White Outfits at Knotfest Roadshow's Washington Stop

Corey Taylor's mask appeared to be slightly modified, as well

At the Auburn, Washington, stop of the Knotfest Roadshow on Tuesday night, July 30th, Slipknot debuted a sleek new look with sleek white outfits in place of the recent head-to-toe black ensembles they've been decked out in leading up to next week's release of We Are Not Your Kind. Eight of the Nine appeared in full white, presenting an inverted version of the previous looks, adorned with sparse black detailing near zippers and cuffs. Singer Corey Taylor sported the only anomalous look with white pants and a black jacket featuring thick white stripes throughout. His mask reportedly showed slight modifications, as well, including stitching on the cheeks, perhaps to prevent the outward bending seen at some previous shows.

Fan-filmed clips (above and below) from the raucous show capture the band's new getups in action. The Washington stop of Knotfest Roadshow occurred in conjunction with the kickoff night of the city's Pain in the Grass festival and saw Slipknot and their tour mates — Volbeat, Behemoth and Gojira — joined by local opener Witch Ripper.

Next up the Nine hit Salt Lake City, Utah, and then continue heading slowly east before the August 9th release of their new record. Until then, Maggots can tide themselves over by downloading the new Facebook filter that allows fans to "wear the masks" here.

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