SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor appears sans his trademark mask in the video for the track "Lost" from the Chicago quintet SLITHERYN, whose four-track EP Taylor produced at the end of last year. The video for the song, which features Corey's distinctive vocals during the chorus, can be viewed via SLITHERYN's official web site at this location.
In other news, SLITHERYN have lined up a short summer tour with DOPE beginning on July 12th in Des Moines, Iowa. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:
Jun. 29 – Hoopeston, IL @ Hoopeston VFW (no DOPE)
Jul. 11 – Clinton, IA @ Pig Pen (no DOPE)
Jul. 12 – Des Moines, IA @ Hairy Mary's
Jul. 13 – Springfield, IL @ Viele's Planet
Jul. 14 - Hoopeston, IL @ Hoopeston VFW
Jul. 16 – Columbus, OH @ Alrosa Villa
Jul. 18 – Attleboro, MA @ Jarrod's Place
Jul. 19 – Concord, NH @ Chem Free Club
Jul. 20 – Portland, ME @ Asylum
Jul. 21 – Leominster, MA @ Club Liquid
Jul. 22 – Long Island, NY @ TBA
Jul. 23 – South Amboy, NJ @ Krome
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