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Slipknot to premiere live concert dvd in theaters


Slipknot (2008) The Grammy-winning, Platinum-selling juggernaut known as SLIPKNOT will be coming to multiplexes near you on September 22. Screenings of the band's Download performance from the forthcoming DVD (sic)nesses will be held at major theatres around the world, including Mann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood and more. Screening cities and locations are being announced daily, so be sure and check here for updated screening and ticket info, as (sic)nesses might spread to your city.

Other participating chains include Carmike, Krikorian, Rave, Mann, Ultrastar, Studio Movie Grill, Bow Tie, Santikos, Alamo Drafthouse, Emagine Entertainment, Cleveland Cinemas, Cinema Café and the Regent Theater.



Watch the trailer here:


(sic)nesses, which will land on retail shelves on September 28, captures Slipknot's unforgettably electric headlining performance at the annual Download Festival in the UK, where they performed a parade of hits in front of 80,000 screaming fans. Slipknot brought the venue to its knees with a performance that'll put viewers in the front row, butted up against the barricade, surrounded by thousands of fans losing their minds to their favorite band. To see this intense performance on the big screen is truly an event to behold and one that Slipknot fans won't want to miss.

Additionally, the DVD features several riveting extras including a 45 minute film, music videos and much more.

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    September 14, 2010

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