Slipknot Are Ready For Halloween With Creepy Iowa 'Slaughterhouse' Attraction


Every day is Halloween for masked metalheads Slipknot, and also you'd higher imagine they're bringing their A-game this month with "The Slaughterhouse," an Iowa haunted home expertise that's based mostly on their spooky model.

In a video selling the attraction, artistic director Ian Miller calls it a "complete different's a stroll by way of cinematic expertise, and a the slaughterhouse the persons are the pigs...we're processing you."

Open in your scaring pleasure since Oct. 5 on the Barnum Factory in Des Moines, the Slaughterhouse options "lacking" posters of the band members, tremendous scary pig heads mounted on the partitions, jars full of any method of bizarre organs and human faces, zombie dudes hanging from chains screaming at you, and a blood-splattered toilet with among the band's lyrics scrawled throughout the tiles, in addition to tons of Easter eggs for all of the true Maggots on the market. 

"We set ya up, we de-hair ya, we incinerate ya after which we run you thru," says Miller, who provides that the entire vibe is supposed to evoke the "presence" and "vitality" that Slipknot embody. The hang-out is open Thursday-Sunday in October, and, after all, on Halloween night time, with the Des Moines Register predicting that greater than 12,000 might attend this yr. “It’s all a few particular expertise, making it one-on-one, virtually,” Slipknot percussionist Shawn Crahan instructed the paper.  “It actually goes to be a second in our historical past, of their historical past. And our historical past in Des Moines.”

This yr's version options round 40 actors employed to convey the band's musical catalog and signature creepy masked look to life, with lyrics from 2004's "The Nameless" scrawled throughout the wall in a single room and cabinets stacked with barrel drums and a bloody "Welcome to Iowa" signal filling up one other as screaming, mutilated our bodies wearing Slipknot shirts leap out because the band's music blasts from boomboxes. The Register describes the ninth version of the Slaughterhouse as an off-putting journey, with "sliding flooring, partitions painted with dizzying designs, a claustrophobia hallway [and] explosive lighting." 

Check out the preview beneath.