Slipknot have had a massive 2019, complete with a critically lauded and commercially successful new album, We Are Not Your Kind, new masks and even a new mystery band member, and the inaugural Knotfest Roadshow tour. But the Nine have big things in store for 2020, too — foremost among them, the group's first-ever cruise event, dubbed Knotfest at Sea. Corey Taylor, Clown and Co. will set sail joined by a horde of raging Maggots from August 10th to August 14th on a roundtrip from Barcelona, with Slipknot lined up to play not one but two live sets. The full artist line-up and on-board experiences are still to be announced, but judging from what Knotfest has brought fans in the past, we expect a no-holds-barred heavy-metal experience, if not "a voyage that will awaken your darkest senses," as the band promises. For more info, visit KnotfestAtSea.com.
Slipknot Announce First-Ever "Knotfest at Sea" Cruise
Band promises "a voyage that will awaken your darkest senses"
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