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One band Neck Deep will never grow out of just might be Slipknot.

Fans of the two groups are in for another treat as fan-captured footage of the event has surfaced online of “SlipNeck” performing one of Slipknot’s classic songs.

Fans captured the group’s Halloween performance, which shows them performing “Duality.” The track appears on Slipknot’s third studio album Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses).

As the PRP notes, the band didn’t just play one Slipknot song. They also played other tracks from the band’s extensive catalogue, including “Left Behind,” “Wait And Bleed” and “Eyeless.” Additionally, they also performed some of their own tracks.

While there’s no video of the other tracks just yet, a few fans decided to post their clips of SlipNeck performing “Duality.”