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Music Video: Sulfur

Artisit: Slipknot

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:03

  • Copyright: Slipknot

Music Video For Sulfur By Artist Slipknot

Reviews For Sulfur By Artist Slipknot

  • Great video to a great song

    4
    By CVgsmackfan
    I love this video and would recommend it to any fan of this band.
  • Amazingful

    5
    By Wootewoote
    Totally (sic).
  • Awesome

    5
    By Jamjamiemimi
    2nd best slipknot song!!!!!!! SLIPKNOT IS THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Best song ever

    5
    By FineFlunky
    Best song by Slipknot and best song in the world!!!!!!!
  • Go Joey

    5
    By LlamaLord12
    The drums are awesome Joey Jordison and Slipknot are the best ever
  • HOLY CRAP :0

    5
    By thekissofdawn6
    This is EPIC man. No kidding. One of my favorite songs and videos. AMAZING!
  • SIC

    5
    By N MAN 4
    YES!! This video kicks a*s. A great song, a great video.
  • Best song and 2nd best video

    5
    By ToadtheTerrible
    I love Slipknot. It's not my favorite band, but it's what got me into metal. This song is the best on the CD, and Left Behind is the only song with a better video than this.
  • Awsome

    5
    By Skyjedi8
    Love this music video, its not my fav one, but its still pretty awsome. I get excited just watching it.
  • great!

    5
    By Amnesia Ghoul
    Dude, Slipknot has been my favorite band for a long time. I've heard all their songs and seen most of their music videos. This is an amazing and (sic) music video just like the rest of their music videos. I love slipknot! ^^ Maggot for life!

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