As the release of Slipknot's first-ever best-of compilation, Antennas to Hell, approaches, it's a good time to look back at their evolution and history. And what better way to do that than by watching some (or all) of the kick-ass music videos they've released over the years?
Let's begin with the clips from their self-titled Roadrunner debut - "Wait and Bleed" (for which two videos were made) and "Spit It Out":
With their second album, Iowa, things really erupted, with videos for "My Plague," "Left Behind," and "People = Shit":
The flow of images only grew stronger with Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses, when the band made clips for "Duality," "The Nameless," "Vermillion," "Vermillion Pt. 2," "Before I Forget" and "The Blister Exists":
And for their fourth and most recent album, All Hope is Gone, the band released some of their most impressive and ambitious videos yet, for "Psychosocial," "Dead Memories," "Sulfur" and "Snuff":
Slipknot's Antennas to Hell will be available everywhere July 24. The band will be headlining this summer's Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival tour, along with some individual concerts and their own two-day Knotfest - find a show near you!