Slipknot’s Snuff Video Features Genre Alumni

Malcolm McDowell and Ashley Laurence cameo

AOL debuted the new music video/short film from the band Slipknot today for their track Snuff off their latest album All Hope Is Gone.

The clip was co-directed by Slipknot’s own M. Shawn Crahan (Clown) and renowned photographer/director P.R. Brown features unmaksed frontman Corey Taylor in an intricate storyline and a haunting look into the obsessed mind of a melancholy lover, heartbroken over a lost paramour.

It also (surprisingly) includes appearances by genre veterans Malcolm McDowell (Halloween II) and Ashley Laurence (Hellraiser). (Sheesh, this woman looks better than ever.)

Snuff as a piece of art is a testament to the evolution of Slipknot,” says Crahan. “It’s taken 10 years of uncompromising vision to finally be able to present portions of the bigger picture. Stay awake, because as always it’s still continuing.”

Check out the video embedded below:

Source: AOL, Slipknot Website


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