Slipknot Partner With Iowa Haunted House, Plotting Reissue of “All Hope Is Gone” & Possible Celebration For 20th Anniversary of Self-Titled Album

Slipknot founder Shawn “Clown” Crahan have revealed to Des Moines Register that the band is prepping up to release a reissue of the band’s album All Hope Is Gone in celebration of its 10th Year Anniversary.

Crahan, who isn’t a fan of anniversary reissues, have the following to say about it:

I’m in a band and I can’t stand that. But now, I’m like ‘wow.’ For instance, I’m working for ‘All Hope Is Gone,’ …and what I’m doing is I’m using the stuff I would’ve never approved. Now I can look at it and go, ‘Wow. The fans need to see this.

2019 will also be a big year for the band as their acclaimed self-titled debut album will celebrate its 20th Anniversary. When asked about the possibility of the band doing something to celebrate the milestone, Crahan have answered an assuring “Oh, for sure.”

In the meantime, the band have partnered with haunted house Slaughterhouse to feature band memorabilia, decor and themed actors in their hometown of Des Moines, Iowa. The haunted house will run from October 5th-21st. You can check out what the band have posted on their Facebook page regarding this announcement below.

We’ve partnered with Iowa’s “Slaughterhouse Haunted House” this year to feature memorabilia, decor and themed actors for the 2018 season. Dates run October 5-28, with a VIP Weekend October 18-21 featuring guided tours, Meet & Greets & more.

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