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Music Video: Vermillion, Pt. 2

Artisit: Slipknot

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:50

  • Copyright: Slipknot

Music Video For Vermillion, Pt. 2 By Artist Slipknot

Reviews For Vermillion, Pt. 2 By Artist Slipknot

  • what i think...

    5
    By ilikecats18596
    i don't know anything about his wife, but i mostly likely think they split up because in the song "Snuff" from their "All Hope Is Gone" album, he's talking about how his wife left him and it even proves it in the music video. so.... therefore, she didn't die.
  • you guys are idiots!!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By metalhead36
    DUDE where did you get the load of crap that corey's wife died. You probably read one of the articles that was talking about how some DJ in Chicago made up a rumor that corey died and thought they were talking about scarlett. Him and Scarlett got a divorce because of Corey's drinking problem she didnt die but anyway amazing song off of arguably Slipknot's best album (either that or Iowa) and definitely worth the 1.99 im paying for it
  • Beautiful, and not selling out.

    5
    By zwemmi
    This is an amazingly sad video and song. It's not what you would expect from the 'knot, but amazing nonetheless. And they aren't "selling out". Corey's wife freaking left him. (she didn't die -.-) This song (and Vermilion) is about it. If you don't like it, well, that's fine, but if you keep bombing it then that's just plain disrespectful. Now, I'm not saying I like this better than the other stuff, because I don't, but sheesh, show some respect.
  • corey's wife

    4
    By nameless-133
    corey taylors wife is not dead. she is still alive and they have two kids. it's true that corey was suicidle, but his wife scarlet always talks him out of it.
  • I LOVE THIS BAND <3

    5
    By Joey Jordison is my idol
    i LOVE SLIPKNOT AND THIS SONG IS SO SAD. POOR COREY HE WROTE THIS FROM HIS HEART. AT LEAST THATS WHAT IT SOUNDS LIKE
  • WIKIPEDIA

    4
    By disAsterpiece555666
    Um.. sorry to burst everyones bubble but i read on wikipedia that she aint dead they divorced, though
  • Good Vid, Good meaning, Depressing Song(but still good)...

    4
    By Pulse of the Maggots
    This vid is a little on the slow side. Considering that the setting never changes and the song itself is slow. But overall, I would say its a good metaphor for real events, and events or feelings that the fans can relate to. And to the person who suggested that Corey started Slipknot because his wife died. NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Corey didn't even start the band, Shawn did. Corey didn't even come till a few years after they had started in 97. And that was even before his wife died.
  • good song.

    5
    By meatdisk
    a lot of emotion in this song. but it took a while for it to grow on me but now i cant stop listening to it. i think it really brings out there wide understanding of music. i have HEARD that its about Corey Taylor's wife dieing. but i hav ALSO heard that she just divorced him, but eather way its a good, strong song.
  • Wow i feel really bad

    5
    By Silence n' Strings
    I did know that his wife died (i guess thats why he started slipknot) i feel really bad for him and in Before i Forget and Duality he was taking about how sad he was this is one of my favorite songs by slipknot i know if i lost the girl close to me what would i do sing and be sad
  • AMAZING!

    5
    By BellaMuertexx
    This video is so amazing! the song alone is wonderful, i prefer pt. 2 over pt.1... to me it has more... idk emotion in it. i highly recommend it! BUY BUY BUY!!!

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