SLIPKNOT In Russia: Photos Available

Russia's Darkside e-zine has posted quality photos of SLIPKNOT's November 5, 2008 concert at Olympijskiy Stadium in Moscow.

The group's setlist was as follows:

01. Surfacing
02. The Blister Exists
03. Get This
04. Before I Forget
05. Disasterpiece
06. Dead Memories
07. Eyeless
08. Psychosocial
09. The Heretic Anthem
10. Prosthetics
11. Pulse of the Maggots
12. Eyeore
13. Spit It Out
14. Duality
15. Only One
16. People = Shit
17. (sic)

SLIPKNOT scored an instant No. 1 on European Top 100 Albums chart with its latest album, "All Hope Is Gone" (Roadrunner), according to SLIPKNOT's chart-topping European debut followed consecutive No. 2 entries on the aggregate chart for its last two albums, 2004's "Vol. 3 (The Subliminal Verses)" and "Iowa" in 2001. The new set arrived at No. 1 in Finland and Switzerland, and enjoyed three further No. 2 debuts, in Germany, Austria and the United Kingdom.

SLIPKNOT's Corey Taylor interviewed in New Zealand (2008):


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