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Music Video: My Plague

Artisit: Slipknot

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:56

  • Copyright: Slipknot

Music Video For My Plague By Artist Slipknot

Reviews For My Plague By Artist Slipknot

  • Why?

    3
    By Spazzmaster3000
    Censoring metal just isn't right
  • Awesome

    5
    By roman 12
    Woo my favorite movie and band together in a 3:00 min video in early days holy crap!!!! love it !and slipknot and resident evil are as greater and better than ever to this day! Ps:afterlife Is a great movie man go see it stay (sic)
  • On of my favorites

    5
    By Kottonkingspade
    It has clips from the first resident evil because it was the single for the movie, much like killswitch engage- the end of heartache for the second movie.
  • Resident Evil?!

    5
    By Slipknot & Mushroomhead Maggot
    This video rocks! When I bought it, I had no idea it used the Resident Evil movies for the visuals for half the video! It has the 1st, 2nd and 3rd movie in it! Thoroughly satisfying video!
  • great song

    5
    By bigaves
    this is a great song. But it aint the original. It's the new abuse remix
  • ...

    5
    By SlipknotRulz!
    wow im stupid. i just realized the stuff in this vid was from resident evil! but anyway, THIS SONG IS AMAZING! luv slipknot, and mick is the most sic. maggots, stay SIC.
  • Good Video...

    5
    By Emilio
    But the original song is better.
  • The Reason

    5
    By Untitled in life
    The reason it's clean is because this one was aired on tv and it was the "Abuse Mix" from Resident Evil and honestly the original version is 10x heavier and better but it doesn't stop it from being and overpowering awesome song
  • Clean?

    4
    By DC989
    Why make it clean? If you can't handle words you shouldn't be listening to slipknot. I prefer my music as it was written, unfiltered. (as george carlin once said, rest his soul, "There are no bad words. There are bad thoughts, bad intensions & wooooooorrrrdddssss")
  • great song

    5
    By LUCK O' THE IRISH
    AWESOME song, but why the clean version?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

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