A Twitter thread heavily hints to the possibility of a tour with Slipknot and All That Remains in 2019.

A recent tweet thread from frontmen Corey Taylor and Phil Labonte is heavily hinting at a potential tour between Slipknot and All That Remains. A fan recently tweeted Labonte, saying, “Just sitting here waiting for an @CoreyTaylorRock and an @philthatremains collab,” to which he responded, “I just wanna tour with him. SS or Slipknot.”

Taylor himself then quoted that tweet, claiming, “We’re gonna make this happen.”

Taylor and Labonte continued to tweet at each other, with Taylor stating that a tour would likely be in 2019.

All That Remains plans to have a new record out by then, and according to Labonte, “it’s a pretty heavy one.”

All That Remains released the first single from their new album earlier this week, titled “Fuck Love.” The track features no clean vocals and has received notable praise from fans and critics.

Taylor has recently compared Slipknot’s new album, .5, to those from their 2001 album, Iowa. “It’s only in the demo stages right now, however we have very serious, tentative plans – and I say that because the best way to make God laugh is to announce your plans out loud – to go into the studio at the beginning of next year and get this fucker going,” he told Kerrang!. “We have 16 songs written right now, and they are fucking dangerous. I loved .5 [The Gray Chapter], but this album, to me, makes .5 look like nobody’s business.”

As far as the future plans of both bands, fans are incredibly excited for the possibility of a tour.

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