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SLIPKNOT Stop Concert After Massive Bonfire Gets Out of Control

Some Slipknot maggots got a little too over-zealous during the band's concert in Phoenix, Arizona last night, November 2nd, resulting in the show stopping while a massive bonfire had to be put out.

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Minutes after the band got the crowd to sing guitarist Mick Thomson a happy birthday, the band began "All Out Life" and had to stop because of the fire. Loudwire reports that due to the delay, the band had to cut "Duality" and "Spit it Out" from their set.

Based on videos, fans were throwing lawn chairs into the fire to keep the blaze going. Here's the footage:

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