Fresh from decimating the European festival circuit this Summer, metal heavyweights Slipknot, have teased fans with information about their upcoming and long-awaited European headline tour in 2020.

Slipknot have revealed a string of cities where they are set to bring their spectacular all-new live production along with announcing an album/ticket pre-sale access tie-up to coincide. Fans pre-ordering the Iowa band’s long-awaited sixth studio album, We Are Not Your Kind before 11.30pm UK time on 8th August at the Roadrunner Records e-store, will be eligible for an exclusive ticket pre-sale code granting early access to the first available tickets for their 2020 European run.

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Tour Dates
Dublin, Ireland
Manchester, United Kingdom
Newcastle, United Kingdom
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Cardiff, United Kingdom
Birmingham, United Kingdom
London, United Kingdom
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Frankfurt, Germany
Paris, France
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Lyon, France
Budapest, Hungary
Lodz, Poland
Stuttgart, Germany
Munich, Germany
Milan, Italy
Zurich, Switzerland
Vienna, Austria
Hamburg, Germany
Berlin, Germany
Dortmund, Germany
Copenhagen, Denmark
Stockholm, Sweden
Oslo, Norway
Helsinki, Finland

Earlier this year, Slipknot debuted a new track from the album in the form of “Unsainted”. You can read our thoughts on the track here then check out the video:


Talking about the new album, guitarist Jim Root noted, “This is the most time we’ve had to write a record, and work stuff out together. One of my inspirations this time around was those artists that recorded full length albums – not just songs. While the industry is moving toward singles, Slipknot wanted to make an album experience, front to back.”

“These days the art we are making comes with the highest reward, because it’s taken the most time,” adds Crahan. “Almost four years to create this emotion and temperature, and the reward now is nothing short of salvation.”

Want more Slipknot? Well, here’s the sick artwork for the album:

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.