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I've been checking iTunes ever since I saw this video online. I've pretty much watch it once a day. To me it's perfect. Great story. Great acting. Great cinematography and directing. When I hate is people who dislike it cause it's not heavy and there's no masks and it's just Corey. Well Snuff is Coreys song about his life outside the knot so of course it's just him and maskless. People talk crap about Corey in drag when they don't understand the video. Its all about multiple personalities and not letting go of the ones you loved and the negative effects that can lead to. This by far is my favorite video actully its more of a film than a music video.


Clown created a masterpiece that does the song not just justice, but takes the song to a hole new level. This song is so moving and powerful, and despite what people say, it's heavier than any slipknot song because of the lyrics. the instruments arnt the only thing that makes a song heavy. This is truly one for the record books, and a benchmark for Slipknot.


Just brilliant

Although it would've been cool to pit in some other members as well

Other than that, brilliant song, brilliant video


Formed: September, 1995 in Des Moines, IA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Slipknot's mix of grinding, post-Korn alternative metal, Marilyn Manson-esque neo-shock rock, and rap-metal helped make them one of the most popular bands in the so-called nu-metal explosion of the late '90s. But even more helpful was their theatrical, attention-grabbing image: the band always performed in identical industrial jump suits and homemade Halloween masks, and added to its mysterious anonymity by adopting the numbers zero through eight as stage aliases. Add to that a lyrical...
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