Slipknot Knotfest Germany Dates are Finally Announced

Slipknot Knotfest Germany Dates Are Finally Announced
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As the fans in Germany have been waiting eagerly for a long time, Slipknot finally announced its Knotfest Germany dates. The iconic band’s festival will take its place in Germany for the first time.

Formed in 1995, Slipknot has always been paid attention for its aggressive style of music, chaotic live shows filled with energy, along with the member’s attention-grabbing styles. And like their music, the nu-metal band has an enormous fan base following them as it also keeps growing still.

So, as the famous nu-metal band has recently released its new song, titled The Chapeltown Rag, the fans got even more impatient to see their performance in Knotfest, for sure. Considering the band’s energetic and attention-grabbing style, it’s no shocker that the fans desire to unite with them, as Slipknot blows the stage up along with its brand new song. The beloved band hasn’t released a new song since We Are Not Your Kind released in 2019. And after all, it will actually be a whole different journey and excitement for both the band and the fans, since the iconic metal band will perform Knotfest in Germany, for the first time, in addition to all.

Created in 2012 by the regarded metal band Slipknot, Knotfest is a music festival, holding both as a touring festival and a destination festival in several countries. The fans of the famous band have been getting the chance of seeing their beloved band live, even if they seem far away, as Slipknot hasn’t forgotten any of them, touring around the world to meet them in the United States, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Colombia, and France. And this time, the regarded band also added Germany in their agenda, to meet their fans who live there, among with others.

Knotfest Germany will take its place on July 30, 2022, at Rudolf Weber Arena in Oberhausen, contributed by performances of In Flames and Ghostemane, along with the regarded band. Ultimately, the tickets will go on sale on December 14. You can also see the banner of Slipknot Knotfest Germany, down below.

On the other side of Slipknot’s Roadshow tour, the band wrapped its all U.S. Knotfest Roadshow tour with Knotfest Los Angeles, so far. But while the years have been passing, Slipknot still couldn’t manage to perform Knotfest’s part of Japan, as it’s been pushed for another year, again.

And Slipknot had to postpone its signature fest’s Japan leg, for the second time, as the first postpone had come in March 2020, to be postponed to January 2021, and later 2022. And just recently, Slipknot and Knotfest’s organizers announced the new dates of the awaited dates, hopefully for the last time.

Debuting with its self-titled album in June 1999, Slipknot released 6 studio albums, 2 live albums, 1 compilation album, 1 demo album, 25 singles, 5 video albums, and 27 music videos, so far. And their albums mostly hit the tops on charts all around the world, along with selling over 30 million worldwide, as well.

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