Slipknot have followed up the release of their latest 'Nero Forte' music video with a new short film called Pollution, which you can watch below.
Directed by Shawn Crahan (fka Clown), Pollution clocks in at 20 minutes long, and is split into eight 'acts'; it also contains the 'Nero Forte' video which ties into the overall film.
It's an experimental project which uses ambiance, neon colour schemes and marching drums to create its atmosphere.
Clown had this to say on the project:
"I set out to make a short film that makes you question your own existence, here in this reality. When you lay down in your bed, next to the one you love, do you ever ask yourself - is it possible that this person could slit my throat while I’m sleeping? Enjoy. Pollution is everywhere.”
Check the entire film out:
Slipknot's latest album We Are Not Your Kind released to acclaim in August 2019, and the band have been taking their Knotfest on tour since then.