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Music Video: The Blister Exists (Live Version)

Artisit: Slipknot

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:35

  • Copyright: Slipknot

Music Video For The Blister Exists (Live Version) By Artist Slipknot

Reviews For The Blister Exists (Live Version) By Artist Slipknot

  • the best slipknot video ever!!!!

    By metal3963
    the title says my opinion. shows how good they are live plus it uses more of there custom percussion which shows what shawn and chris can really do. SLIPKNOT PWNZ AND THIS VID IS THERE BEST SO BUY IT! \,,/ SLIPKNOT\,,/
  • Hiroshi Kamata

    By Hiroshi Kamata
    Please don't waste your money on this video. I'm not saying it's not a great video, but you can get for free from google.
  • price?

    By psychotic reaper
    i got this for 1 dollar now it is 2 what is going on. i love slipknot dont get me wrong but itunes cant keep on changing the price. well enough said peace out maggots oh and by the far the leading member of the band is corey not joey

    By MyNameIsShadow
    Joey Jordison (the drummer) is amazing in this song as well as this movie! The riffs are verry catchy, and to any new "maggots" out there, this song is one to get. (#61)
  • go slipknot

    By jazunator21
    slipknot rocks
  • This Song Is Something Else Live

    By I Am Metal Guy
    Man when I heard this song live, it was just mad intense. Love the vid

    By Anonymous195
    this video was pretty cool!
  • hmmm

    By Pelirrojodahaxor
    good (pls say this was helpful)

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