Slipknot announces 2020 European tour dates along with Behemoth

As supporting their latest album, we are not your kind, Slipknot already announced the date of their European tour

 with another headbanging band Behemoth, who’s considering as the best 21st Metal band of the world right at the moment!

It will start in Dublin of Ireland, on January 14th and will hit 20 more shows in different cities within 24th February! WOOOOOW.

Fans who bought their records will be able to apply for their tickets on pre-sells and to know more about it, hit a click on their official website! YEAH 😀

On the other hand. Their Rocking Frontman Corey Taylor decided to leave social media after his fiancé got abused by some shithead people just for being a dancer! THEY DON’T DESERVED IT!

Both of them decided to go on their own day of life by kicking out social media life. And to tell the truth, that’s not new for Corey as well.

Read more: Back on Fire!!

On an interview, he already mentioned about he doesn’t really care much if someone hates his new mask! LOLZ… GO COREY!

Because he believes, that new scary mask will add some violent look and inspiration on his music, which is inspired by his own life-changing accident of childhood burn! SHIT…

 They will prove themselves on their upcoming European tour, that old doesn’t mean they are dead yet! It doesn’t really matter much. If they took 5 years gap of an album released and 3 years gap of any tours! HELL YEAH! 😀

So, stay tuned with us for their further updates, till then, band your head on their shows! FUCK YEAH. 😀

Concerts dates along with the venues:

Jan 14th  – Dublin, Ireland at 3Arena
Jan. 16th  Manchester, the U.K. at Manchester Arena
Jan. 17th Newcastle, U.K. at Utilita Arena
Jan. 18th Glasgow, U.K. at SSE Hydro
Jan. 20th Sheffield, U.K. at  Flydsa Arena
Jan. 21st Nottingham, U.K. at Motorpoint Arena
Jan. 22nd Cardiff, U.K. at  Motorpoint Arena
Jan. 24th Birmingham, Arena, U.K.
Jan. 25th  London, U.K. at The O2
Jan. 28th Amsterdam, Netherlands at Ziggo Dome
Jan. 29th Frankfurt, Germany at Festhalle
Jan. 30th  Paris, France at AccorHotels Arena
Feb. 01st  Luxembourg, Luxembourg at Rockhal
Feb. 02nd  Lyon, France at Halle Tony Garnier
Feb. 04th Budapest, Hungary at Sportarena
Feb. 06th  Lodz, Poland at Atlas Arena
Feb. 08th  Stuttgart, Germany at Hanns Martin Schleyer Halle
Feb. 09th  Munich, Germany at Olympiahalle
Feb. 11th  Milan, Italy at Mediolanum Forum
Feb. 12th  Zurich, Switzerland at Hallenstadion
Feb. 14th Vienna, Austria at Stadthalle
Feb. 16th  Hamburg, Germany at Barclaycard Arena
Feb. 17th  Berlin, Germany at Mercedes-Benz Arena
Feb. 18th  Dortmund, Germany at Westfalenhalle
Feb. 20th   Copenhagen, Denmark at Royal Arena
Feb. 21st  Stockholm, Sweden at Ericsson Globe
Feb. 22nd  Oslo, Norway at Telenor Arena
Feb. 24th  Helsinki, Finland at Hartwall Arena

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