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Music Video: Dead Memories

Artisit: Slipknot

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:54

  • Copyright: Slipknot

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Reviews For Dead Memories By Artist Slipknot

  • That spider man guy is Sid (#0)

    By Bubba banks 98
    Stop being stupid and use your brain
  • I love this song and video

    By InvaderSam
    I love Slipknot. Love this song. Love this video. If u don't like Slipknot I'll ask u kindly to please not to even come around here. Go to the stuff u like. R.I.P Paul . I love Slipknot.
  • Whoa Mama :D

    By EmoBoy4942
    Who was that guy(I forgot sorry)? It's like he has the exact same powers as Spider-Man does(Climbing on the walls in that house where Corey Taylor just fell down onto).
  • Slipknot1

    By Rodrig29
    Plain and simple, without a doubt, slipknot I hated them first. Over time their music did more than I thought for me. Helped me get back in touch with myself.YEA!
  • @mettalica avenger

    That was sid climbing on the wall Stay (sic) maggots R.I.P Paul Gray
  • Love them

    By #1slipknot fan
    They are so awesome that I'll always love them
  • Awsome

    By Mehhh 2
    Awsome song and it actually has a meaning!!!
  • There is a garbage can in craigs room

    By The Wolves

    By The Snake Pit
    Lol is that clown climbing on the wall?
  • All Hope Is Gone

    By Sniper Fidelis
    Although i prefer the Iowa style this album shows that slipknot have different styles of songwriting and different emotions going on and i feel they try to put out different types of rock out there for fans just remember this is still Slipknot writing the music

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