Iowa World Tour
|Iowa World Tour|
Slipknot performing at Summer Sonic during the Iowa World Tour.
|World tour by Slipknot|
|Slipknot concert chronology|
Kill The Industry
|May 9, 2001||Saint Paul, Minnesota||United States||Xcel Energy Center
Filming for Rollerball
|May 17, 2001||Lisbon||Portugal||Pavilhão Atlântico|
|May 18, 2001||Madrid||Spain||Festimad|
|May 20, 2001||Milan||Italy||Palavobis|
|May 21, 2001||Zurich||Switzerland||Volkshaus|
|May 22, 2001||Munich||Germany||Colloseum|
|May 24, 2001||Tourhout||Belgium||Tourhout Festival|
|May 26, 2001||Milton Keynes||United Kingdom||Ozzfest|
|May 27, 2001||Bielefeld||Germany|
|May 28, 2001||Oberhausen||Turbinenhalle|
|May 29, 2001||Paris||France||Zénith de Paris|
|May 31, 2001||Bremen||Germany||Pier 2|
|June 2, 2001||Vienna||Austria||Libro Music Hall|
|June 4, 2001||Katowice||Poland||Spodek|
Pledge of Allegiance
|This section needs additional citations for verification. (April 2009)|
The band played 27 shows all over the United States and had support from Rammstein, American Head Charge, Mudvayne and No One. The tour was scheduled to start on September 14 but was postponed for a week due to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, 5 dates were rescheduled and 4 dates were cancelled, the rest of the dates went ahead as originally scheduled.
Originally, No One were to open the tour and American Head Charge was to take their set for the second half of the tour. Due to the terrorist attacks, Mudvayne dropped off the tour leaving an open set. To fill the gap, American Head Charge came onto the tour early and No One stayed on for the entire tour.
A Pledge of Allegiance CD, reported by Metal Hammer to have been largely recorded at the Rosemont date in October, includes SOAD's 'Chop Suey!', 'Bounce' and 'Toxicity', Slipknot's 'People = Shit', 'The Heretic Anthem' and 'New Abortion', Mudvayne's 'Under My Skin' and 'Pharmaecopia', American Head Charge's 'Seamless' and No One's 'My Release'. However, complained Malcolm Dome, "Mudvayne's two tracks… are taken from their DVD L(ive) D(osage) 50: Live in Peoria. And, for reasons best known to themselves, Rammstein are completely absent. So this is far from being the complete live documentation of the tour many would have hoped and liked to experience on the CD."
The European Iowa Tour was intended to begin around the September 11 attacks, but because of the incident, the tour was postponed to February 2002. In mid-November 2001, the wife of the band's percussionist, Shawn Crahan, underwent surgery for Crohn's disease, which forced Crahan to not participate in Slipknot's live performances. However, the group announced that they plan to go ahead with their upcoming European tour, which had its start date moved ahead to January 2002.
Slipknot arrived in Glasgow, Scotland for a performance on February 14, 2002 to kick off the European Iowa Tour, which was its penultimate leg. On February 16, 2002, Slipknot performed at the London Arena, a show they filmed for their live DVD Disasterpieces, released November 22 of the same year. Despite significant tabloid coverage, the European Iowa Tour was not sold out.
The Japanese leg kicked off on April 4, 2002 with two shows in the Tokyo Bay NK Hall in Tokyo. The tour is part of a worldwide tour to promote Iowa; the Japan Iowa Tour was preceded by the European Iowa Tour.
|March 18, 2002||Nagoya||Japan||Rainbow Hall|
|March 19, 2002||Osaka||Zepp|
|March 20, 2002|
|March 21, 2002|
|March 23, 2002||Tokyo||Tokyo Bay NK Hall|
|March 24, 2002|
|March 26, 2002||Kawasaki||Club Citta|
|March 28, 2002||Tokyo||Zepp|
European Open Air Leg
This leg consisted of several festival appearances across Europe, beginning with the Festival Ilha Do Ermal on August 20, 2002, and ending with an appearance at the 2 Days a Week Festival in Austria. They also notably performed at the 2002 Reading and Leeds Festivals in the United Kingdom.
Because of the shorter set times available at festivals, "Gently" and "New Abortion" were removed from the setlist on this leg.
|August 20, 2002||Vieira do Minho||Portugal||Festival da Ilha do Ermal|
|August 21, 2002||Gijon||Spain||Gijon Festival|
|August 23, 2002||Leeds||United Kingdom||Temple Newsam Park|
|August 24, 2002||Glasgow||Glasgow Green|
|August 25, 2002||Reading||Richfield Avenue|
|August 27, 2002||Belfast||Odyssey Arena|
|August 29, 2002||Wiesen||Austria||2 Days a Week|
- Killin, Cartiona (2002-01-25). "Rebels with a Cause". Daily Record. p. 62.
- Mernagh, Matt (2001-06-18). "Slipknot Kill The Industry". Chart. Retrieved 2009-02-12.
- Metal Hammer, May 2002
- "'Maggots,' rejoice: Slipknot is back". Green Bay Press-Gazette. 2001-11-08.
- Guzman, Isaac (2001-11-24). "Masked Men". The Orlando Sentinel.
- "Among the Maggots". The Guardian. 2002-02-22.
- "Last year this band announced they were terrorists.". The Herald and the Sunday Herald. 2002-01-06.
- Bungey, John (2002-03-15). "In my day we had tunes". The Times.
- Bartz, Simon (2002-04-03). "Slipknot unmasked!". The Japan Times.
- Melissa, Myers (2002-03-05). "Slipknot singer slides into ritzy D.M. house". The Des Moines Register.