Slipknot – Spit It Out


When playing the song live, Slipknot often include something they refer to as the “Zero Bullshit”, or the “Crazy Test”, shown in the music video as well as on their 2002 video album Disasterpieces.

Near the end of the song there is a coda section where the music and singing builds up to a highly energetic section where vocalist Corey Taylor screams, “Fuck me, I’m all out of enemies!” repeatedly. Before this begins, he asks the audience, “Are you ready for The Crazy Test!?” and tells them to crouch down. When he shouts “Jump the fuck up!” (which he replaces the line “good enough – had enough” with), the crowd jumps up. This usually results in moshing and/or crowd surfing.

 
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