Want to see Slipknot perform live on what may be their last tour? Instead of paying through the nose for plane tickets, take an all expenses paid trip to the internet. Slipknot will be marking their return to UK for the first time since the passing of Paul Gray by streaming this Sunday's entire show live.

As if you don't spend enough time on your computer, Slipknot has just ensured that your ass will be seated in front of it for at least a couple more hours this weekend. Slipknot will be performing their headlining set at Sonisphere in Knebworth Sunday night at 9pm (GMT). Even if you don't make the trip overseas, you will be able to watch it all go down in real time via the Slipknot website. The band has been very clear that the future of the band past these shows are unknown, so this could very well be your last chance at seeing them live. The band had this to say about the upcoming gig:

"England has always been a special place for this band from the very beginning. We can’t think of a better way to culminate our celebration of Paul’s life than to share it with the Maggots at Knebworth and the millions more watching around the world. This is not to be missed."

This is the band's second to last show on the tour, the last of which will be their appearance at Rock in Rio on September 25th.