Slipknot rumoured for collaboration with street clothing brand Supreme

But will there be boilersuits?

Slipknot are rumoured to be collaborating on a new clothing line with streetwear brand Supreme.

The metal icons, who are due to release their sixth studio album this year, are said to be releasing the ‘Supreme x Slipknot’ collection in spring/summer of 2019.

According to the Supreme fan Twitter account, DropsByJay, the band has worked with the company on a range of t-shirts, outerwear, accessories, and stickers. Check out the post below.

The tweet goes on to claim that official images will be released “soon”. They add: “This collaboration has been a while in the making who’s excited?”

Slipknot or Supreme have not yet commented on the online speculation. However, as Kerrang! notes, the skateboarding and clothing brand have previously joint forces with bands such as Slayer, The Clash and Public Enemy across their 25-year history.

NME has contacted Slipknot’s representatives for a response.

Slipknot’s Corey Taylor

Meanwhile, Slipknot’s Corey Taylor has revealed that he has been thinking about making a “dark jazz album” in the future.

“I’ve actually been thinking about…putting together a quartet or a quintet and doing a jazz album, like a dark jazz album and recording it in a room,” the frontman said during a recent radio interview.

“It won’t sell shit. It would really just be for my own personal collection. I love jazz. A lot of people don’t realise that. I listen to a lot of forties and fifties jazz.”

Slipknot are due to embark on a European tour this summer, which includes a headline performance at Download Festival in June. Find any remaining tickets here and see the full schedule below.

7-8 June 2019: Hyvinkää, Finland – Rockfest
7-9 June 2019: Nuremberg, Germany – Rock Im Park
7-9 June 2019: Mendig, Germany – Rock Am Ring
13-15 June 2019: Nickelsdorf, Austria – Novarock
13-16 June 2019: Interlaken, Switzerland – Greenfield
14-16 June 2019: Derby, UK – Download
17 June 2019: Leipzig, Germany – Arena
18 June 2019: Hannover, Germany – TUI Arena
19-22 June 2019: Copenhagen, Denmark – Copenhell
21-23 June 2019: Dessel, Belgium – Graspop
25-26 June 2019: Krakow, Poland – Mystic Festival
27 June 2019: Bologna, Italy – Sonic Park
28-30 June 2019: Madrid, Spain – Download
1 July 2019: Nîmes, France – Amphitheatre Nîmes
3-6 July 2019: Lisbon, Portgual – VOA
4-5 July 2019: Viveiro, Spain – Resurrection Fest