Slipknot make their UK return in February 2016. Catch the masked favourites in Cardiff, London, Birmingham and Leeds.
Slipknot confirm second London show
Updated: 9 October 2015
The masked beasts Slipknot will perform for a second night at London’s Alexandra Palace during their February 2016 tour.
The group will now perform at the venue on 10 February, which follows their previously announced date on 9 February. Along with their show in London, the band will play concerts in Cardiff, Birmingham and Leeds during their UK tour. Find available Slipknot tickets below.
Slipknot UK and Ireland tour
Updated: 6 October 2015
Slipknot are back in February 2016! After an incredible year, which saw the group headline Download Festival and tour the UK’s biggest arenas, Slipknot will play four shows during 2016.
London, Cardiff, Birmingham and London will be treated to Slipknot’s explosive and exciting stage performance.
The group will start their tour on 8 February at Cardiff Arena. They will visit London’s Alexandra Palace, Birmingham’s Genting Arena and Leeds’ First Direct Arena during February.
Known for their spectacular live shows, 2015 saw Slipknot bring their Prepare For Hell tour to the UK. The incredible live shows saw the group take things to a whole new level with brand new, gruesome masks and production. Slipknot tickets will be an opportunity to the see the visually striking band live in the UK.
Slipknot released their fifth album in 2014. The collection, The Gray Chapter, is their first since the passing of bassist Paul Gray and exit of drummer Joey Jordison.
In 1999, Slipknot released their self-titled debut album. It proved to be the start of Slipknot becoming one of the biggest metal bands in the world and one of the most sought after to see live.
In their fifteen years together, Slipknot have managed to maintain the band’s key ingredients while still being able to reinvent and rejuvenate their music. Something that is particularly evident on their fifth release, 5: The Gray Chapter.
The album is Slipknot’s first collection of new material since 2008’s All Hope Is Gone. The record is also the first after the passing of one of Slipknot’s founding members, bassist Paul Gray, whose name is referenced in the title.
Slipknot have received a number of accolades throughout the years, most notably for their ingenious and twisted live performances. They landed the Best Metal Performance for Before I Forget at the Grammy Awards in 2006.
Truly a band to be seen live, with their grisly masks and out-of-control production, find your Slipknot tickets now.