Sid Wilson's Disembodied Human Mask Sings Along to Slipknot Songs | Revolver

Sid Wilson's Disembodied Human Mask Sings Along to Slipknot Songs

DJ shares jaw-dropping vid of "Chapeltown Rag" performance
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Slipknot's Sid Wilson pretty much stole the show with his appearance in the Iowan metal juggernaut's blockbuster music video for "The Dying Song (Time to Sing)." The DJ and Kelly Osbourne beau revealed the most dramatic makeover of any of the band members in the hyperkinetic clip, showcasing a new robotic look complete with mechanical hands and gleefully exhibiting the now disembodied dead skin mask of his previous, seemingly-human incarnation.

Today (July 26th), Wilson posted an Instagram video that proves his new look to be even more awesome than anyone could have known. It turns out that the peeled-off human face is actually animatronic and fucking sings along to at least one Slipknot song: 2021 single "The Chapeltown Rag."

Check out the madness below. The 'Knot's new album, THE END, SO FAR, is due out September 30th on Roadrunner Records.