The visual recap depicts a historic night in which metal’s masked nine held court over a capacity crowd at Banc of California Stadium and made the live debut of “The Chapeltown Rag”
November 5th, 2021 proved to be an unforgettable night for Slipknot fans and the greater culture of heavy music overall. Heading a concise, focused roster of some of alternative music’s best and brightest, Slipknot proved commanding in front a capacity crowd of some 25,000 supporters.
Culminating the band’s 2021 triumphant return to touring, the stage was electric as the band tore through a career-spanning set that covered the spectrum seamlessly from Self-titled to We Are Not Your Kind. Adding to the significance of the night, Slipknot broadcasted the Los Angeles spectacle to a global audience and used the platform for the live debut of their first new material in two years in “The Chapeltown Rag”.
Showcasing a generational snapshot of heavy culture with a roster of bands ranging from emerging to battle-tested, combined with the cultural elements like the Slipknot Museum and the fiery spectacle of Cherry Bombs, Knotfest Los Angeles proved a powerful indicator of the health of heavy culture and Slipknot’s continued rank at the very pinnacle of the community.
Check the official Knotfest Los Angeles aftermovie below.