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As if the band, its members and their live shows aren’t frightening enough, heavy metal band SLIPKNOT have opened their own customized haunted house(s). Even though its categorized as a theme park attraction, if we know Slipknot, then it’s going to be scary as heck. See some the pictures below to get an idea of what you’ll find at Scream Park. So far we know it’s opening in Sacramento (in California) and it consists of 3 huge haunted houses that will scare the living daylight out of you.
One of Slipknot’s members let the cat out of the bag about this year’s Scream Park plans. Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan told fans recently to be prepared to get scared via the Slipknot way this October.
This year’s Scream Park promises to be the scariest of them all. To make sure fans know what they are getting themselves into when they purchase a ticket for the event, Slipknot will be putting out a video clip that highlights some of the things people will experience. This video clip will be released on October 2nd and run until November 1st.
As you walk through out the houses, you’ll find scenes of demonic possession, murder, grotesque death and monsters.
There’s even a huge after party that a handful lucky guests will be able to attend, which is sponsored by Monster Energy Drink.
Slipknot is actually on tour, and has been most of the year, and you can still see them live in concert at a venue near you. Visit our SLIPKNOT tour page to see their latest tour schedule, look for concert tickets and watch some wickedly cool music videos.


VIDEO – Slipknot’s Scream Park Event Announcement 2015 from Clown


Slipknot's Scream Park will scare the he** out of you! You'll love it!

Slipknot’s Scream Park will scare the he** out of you! You’ll love it!




You'll encounter scenes like this while walking through Slipknot's Scream Park!

You’ll encounter scenes like this while walking through Slipknot’s Scream Park!




Terrifying scene of one of the 'attractions' at Slipknot's Scream Park.

Terrifying scene of one of the ‘attractions’ at Slipknot’s Scream Park.





Written by Craig Scott