SLIPKNOT: Unauthorized DVD Documentary To Surface Next Month

According to Music Video Distributors, a brand-new unauthorized SLIPKNOT documentary, entitled "Up To Our Necks", will be released on June 29. "Up To Our Necks" (view cover image here) reportedly "tells the complete and unauthorized story of this strange collective who exploded out of small town America and stormed the world. It includes exclusive and previously unseen film footage of SLIPKNOT and in-depth interviews with those that worked closely with them, including other musicians who collaborated with them on individual solo projects, journalists, producers and old friends. Now for the first time this DVD reveals the story behind the madness and antics, which led this bunch of misfits to the top of the pack in the nu-metal era."

Copies of "Up To Our Necks" can be ordered for $ 19.95 (€ 18.58) at this location.

(Thanks: Black-Goat.com)

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