It's been a busy week for Slipknot. On Thursday (May 16), the band revealed their current member count alongside the premiere of new song and music video "Unsainted," with the act showing off their new masks in the process. Now, the band have disclosed exactly what songs they plan to play on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Friday night (May 17), in what will be their first live performance of the year.

See the tweet down toward the bottom of this post.

Both "Unsainted" and "All Out Life" — the one-off single Slipknot dropped last year — will get their live debuts during their anticipated Kimmel performance, which was first announced last week, the band declared online.

Acts typically get a pair of performances on the Kimmel late night stage, with one airing during the broadcast, and a second typically being used to draw fans to the Jimmy Kimmel Live YouTube page. However, it is not uncommon for bands to perform more than two tracks for those in attendance, but as of right now, these are the only two songs that appear tied to the mass visual airing.

"We are excited to share with you the next evolution of #Slipknot tomorrow night," they said. "Our two song performance on @JimmyKimmelLive will mark the live world premieres of 'Unsainted' and 'All Out Life.' Are you ready?"

Following the Kimmel performance, Slipknot launch a summer tour in advance of We Are Not Your Kind, the group's new album due Aug. 9. It will see them wrap up 2019 with a slew of Australian shows performing with Metallica.

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