Original Slipknot singer Anders Colsefni will perform the band’s demo ‘Mate. Feed. Kill. Repeat’ throughout the journey.
Slipknot released the demo in 1996, when Colsefni was fronting the cover metalheads. Corey Taylor took the title in 1997.
At the end of this year, the former leader of the band will be performing ‘Mate. Feed. Kill. Do It Again” in its entirety on a 12-date tour across Australia and New Zealand as part of the “Numetal Mayhem” tour alongside ex-Mushroomhead singer Waylon Reavis.
Taylor praised the performances on Twitter: “I wish I was there to see these shows but I know Anders Colsefni is going to push them out.”
Check out the tour dates below.
11 – Sydney, Crowbar
12 – Adelaide, Enigma Bar
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13 – Melbourne, Bendigo Hotel
14 – Brisbane, Mansfield Tavern
15 – Gold Coast, Mo’s Desert Clubhouse
16 – Toowoomba, Club na Ireland Hotel
18 – Auckland, Neck of the Woods
19 – Taranaki, 8 Bar Pool And Darts
20 – Wellington, Valhalla
21 – Christchurch, The Embankment
22 – Queenstown, Over
23 – Edinburgh, Jump
In other Slipknot news, this month the band dropped a surprise new EP, ‘Adderall’ and shared a couple of new videos – one for ‘Memories (Adderall – Rough Demo)’ and another for ‘Death March’, directed by Clown.
They also headlined Download Festival, a performance which marked the return of founder Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan, who took to the stage for the first time after announcing he was withdrawing from live shows to support his wife due to on mental health issues.
The band also recently revealed that keyboardist and sampler Craig Jones has left the group. They then began to joke about the identity of their representative.