SLIPKNOT's performance at the London Arena on February 16th will be filmed for an upcoming DVD, which is tentatively scheduled to be released in September through the Roadrunner label. Some of the live footage, along with scenes from the Resident Evil movie, will be spliced together to form the video for the track “My Plague”, which is set to be issued as the group's next single. As previously reported, SLIPKNOT's “remake” of the track "My Plague", dubbed the “New Abuse Mix”, will be featured on the Resident Evil soundtrack and featured in the movie itself as the first song played during its closing credits. The soundtrack is due on March 12th while the movie opens in theaters on March 15th. In other news, SLIPKNOT percussionist Shawn “The Clown” Crahan will partake in a live chat via BBC's Radio 1 on February 19th at 12:30 AM. A week later (February 26th), vocalist Corey Taylor will be co-hosting BBC's Rock Show on Radio 1 with Mary Anne Hobbs between midnight and 2:00 AM.
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