Directed by the band’s percussionist Shawn “Clown” Crahan, the video reolves around a pair of girls who appear to be mirror images of each other. They stalk the band throughout the video, creating quite an eerie and gloomy environment.
The clip marks the third video from the latest ‘Knot studio release, and a follow-up to “The Negative One” and “The Devil in I.”
Chatting with WGDR 97.9 FM radio, vocalist Corey Taylor noted that he founds it interesting how he heard so many interpretations of the song, yet none of them were right.
The singer went on to explain that the song revolves around his personal relationship with music and the state of the musical realm at the moment. He pointed out the state of music industry as one of the focal points of the tune, explaining that there is an obvious “love-hate relationship.”
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“.5: The Gray Chapter” saw its release in October 2014 via Roadrunner Records as the band’s fifth studio album and a follow-up to 2008’s “All Hope Is Gone.” The new video is available in the player below.