Here it is! Slipknot have just released their new music video for 'The Devil In I,' and it could be the most interesting and bizarre clip of Slipknot's career. Moreover, it reveals the band's brand new masks!

'The Devil In I' was recently released as Slipknot's first official single from their fifth studio album, '.5: The Gray Chapter,' although the track 'The Negative One' was unleashed prior as a special treat. Fans have been going nuts for the new Slipknot material, and now there's a brand new video to sink our teeth into.

Slipknot teased their new masks in a recent tour promo, but 'The Devil In I' offers a full reveal of the new masks. Slipknot's new bassist and drummer both wear the same mask, as first mentioned by vocalist Corey Taylor to Full Metal Jackie during an exclusive interview. While most of the members' masks have subtle changes, Taylor's mask receives the largest change, as it is much more form-fitting than his previous mask, with a peel away "skin" and more exposure for his mouth.

'The Devil In I' is set in a loft-meets-insane asylum, where each member of Slipknot meets his own destruction. There's a lot happening throughout the six-minute video, which feels like it could be an elongated intro for 'American Horror Story.'

Check out Slipknot's new video for 'The Devil In I' above! Be sure to check out info on the band's Knotfest and their upcoming tour dates with Korn and King 810. You can also pre-order '.5: The Gray Chapter' here.

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