SLIPKNOT: 'Vermilion Pt. 1' Video Available For Download

SLIPKNOT's video for their new single, "Vermilion Pt. 1", has been uploaded at

The clip for "Vermilion Pt. 1" was shot in Los Angeles in late August and was directed by Tony Petrossian and Shawn Crahan (a.k.a. Clown), co-directors of the "Duality" video.

The concept of the "Vermilion" video follows a young woman whose life is completely out of phase with the rest of the world. For every day that goes by her, she grows further away from her imprint of time in this reality. All she can do is stand alone and contemplate her isolation. Throughout the video, the only things in balance are her visions of the members of SLIPKNOT in her subconscious. "This is REAL," says Crahan. "We chose to go down an artistic wormhole, and give our fans a beginning look of what else lies within our thought process. Whereas 'Duality' captured the real intimacy of what we share with our fans, with 'Vermilion', we finalize that chapter by grabbing a hold of our fans and taking them deeper into the experience of SLIPKNOT. It's all starting over again — THIS IS REAL!"



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