Released back in 2008, the track “Psychosocial” (which is part of the band’s album All Hope Is Gone), is one of the most popular Slipknot songs the band has ever created. Given that it is also one of our personal favorite tracks from the band, we were curious to see if anyone happened to have given it the AI music video treatment (and we did).
We are of course referring to the recent music videos that have been created using the midjourney AI; this technology will pull together images that reflect what is being said in a given song (or even reflect a certain mood or sound being presented).
We have seen dream-like music videos in the form of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman,” and real surreal videos in the form of Tool’s “Lateralus.” We have also seen some real gory and horrifying imagery thanks to that of the AI generated music video for Cannibal Corpses’ “Hammer Smashed Face.”
While not as gory as that Cannibal Corpse video, the AI generated music video for Slipknot’s “Psychosocial” (uploaded by YouTuber Hologram47), does feature an incredible array of eerie imagery. Slipknot already have a good track record of sharing creepy music videos with their fans, and this video captures that chilling spirit! You can check out that new music video for the Slipknot song “Psychosocial” below.
In other Slipknot related news, band guitarist Jim Root recently spoke to his initial reaction hearing the band’s new album, The End, So Far (and let’s just say he was a tad concerned). Also, did you hear how Slipknot lost their first record deal within 48 hours?
Band frontman Corey Taylor recently bought the rights to the Famous Monsters brand! For those who may not know, Famous Monsters Of Filmland is a genre magazine dedicated to covering horror, science fiction, and fantasy.