ATF Raids Slipknot DJ’s House

Sid Wilson reveals search for firearms occurred

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Sid Wilson

I’m assuming they found nothing. Otherwise, Sid Wilson would be unavailable to post on social media about the agency storming his grounds.

The Slipknot claims on October 2, the ATF (or the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives) raided his residence, looking for illegal firearms.

It’s unclear how serious Sid Wilson’s being about this, but I’d take him at his word.

Slipknot will release their first new album in six years on October 21.

It’s called .5: The Gray Chapter.

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