In the music video for their single 'Sulfur,' each member of band Slipknot is seen drowning in water as they sing the song.
Alternative metal band Slipknot have just debuted a music video for their single "Sulfur", coming from album "All Hope Is Gone". More than five minutes long, the footage opens with the sounds of someone inhaling deeply.
It then moves on capturing each of the band's personnel moving their bodies and heads following the sounds of the musical instruments they play. The music video then, in turns, showcases the scenes where the band sing the particular song and each of its members drown in a water.
"Sulfur" is set to be the fourth single of Slipknot's fourth studio album "All Hope Is Gone". Despite the outing of its music video, the release date for the single is yet to be announced. "All Hope Is Gone" itself has been released in U.S. market since August 26 last year via Roadrunner Records.
Slipknot's "Sulfur" music video