Slipknot teased what's to come on their Knotfest Roadshow on BBC Radio 1's Rock Show with a live, head-banging performance from Maida Vale Studios in London, which finally aired yesterday (Feb. 9). But fans who weren't able to see the masked metal rockers in person can catch a glimpse with videos of their "Unsainted" and "Duality" performances from the mini concert.
"Welcome to the weirdest gig we've ever played," frontman Corey Taylor announced before launching into "Unsainted." For the heavy metal band's next performance of "Psychosocial," Taylor asked for vocal assistance from the crowd of 120 lucky fans who won a competition to be there, according to radio show host Daniel P Carter. "F—ing, f— you. I'm already gonna get fined for saying that sh– on BBC. Are you ready to help me sing, godda–it?!" Taylor screeched.
The six-song, expletive-filled set featured "Unsainted," "Psychosocial," "The Devil in I," "Duality," "Disasterpiece" and "Wait and Bleed."
Slipknot is set to embark on Knotfest Roadshow in May for a 17-date North American venture, with A Day to Remember, Underoath and Code Orange cruising along as supporting acts.
Listen to Slipknot's entire set here, and watch them perform "Unsainted" and "Duality" below.