Short of recapping former members, it looks as though the Slipknot 'Antennas to Hell' trailer series is coming to an end with percussionist and founding member Shawn Crahan.

The latest clip shows exactly how far Crahan will go within the band's performances, often knocking over his drum kit after a particularly hard set and giving all the energy he can exert onstage. The video, which was soundtracked by the Slipknot song 'Snuff,' also shows the lengths that Crahan will pursue in order to win over the fans. It shows him offstage mugging for the camera with a crowd waiting in line, playing with an unsuspecting interviewer, and generally having a good time with his "clown" persona.

But in the end, it's a grueling life that Crahan has made for himself, as is shown at the end of the video when the clown is unmasked, a little grimy from the remaining face paint with a freshly bloodied wound that opened on his forehead after a performance.

Having skipped over Crahan, #6 in the band, earlier, it appears as though the trailer cycle is complete. Be sure to look back at past clips featuring Sid Wilson, Joey Jordison and Paul Gray, Chris Fehn, Jim Root, Craig Jones and Mick Thomson, and Corey Taylor to see the entire series.

All of the videos were meant to whet your appetite for the 'Antennas to Hell' hits collection, coming July 24.

Watch Slipknot's Shawn Crahan's 'Antennas to Hell' Trailer