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When it’s time to say goodbye there’s not much else to say.
You surround yourself with the crème de la crème of the scene and you make it count.
Suicidal Angels opened the show.
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The iconic Thrash/Punk/Metal band, and Nuclear Blast Records recording artist, Slayer, will join Rick Ware Racing as the primary sponsor on the No. 54 entry at Bristol Motor Speedway, promoting the bands Final World Tour. Piloting the Slayer Chevrolet is Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series veteran, JJ Yeley.
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With an unprecedented demand for tickets,SLAYER announces a second North American leg
for its final world tour!
Literally by popular demand - with more than half the tour dates already either completely sold out or a sell-out imminent - today SLAYER announces leg two, North America, of its final world tour, set to kick off
BEHEMOTH To Support Slayer On The North American Leg Of Their Final World Tour Alongside Lamb Of God, Anthrax, And Testament
BEHEMOTH, along with Lamb Of God, Anthrax, and Testament, all bands who have close ties to and have shared the stage multiple times with Slayer over the years, will accompany
Slayer Announced The Final World Tour....The End Is Near
Slayer has announced officially the end of World Tour...The End is near.
Is it going to be the final tour.
Is it going to be the end of Slayer
We need to wait for more Information.
Keep Checking, MHF Magazine will come back with more details
Kerry King says that he is "completely open" to the idea of Gary Holt contributing song ideas to the next SLAYER album.
Holt, who is still a member of San Francisco Bay Area thrash icons EXODUS, has been the touring guitarist for SLAYER since January 2011 when the band's co-founding guitarist,
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of their landmark 'Reign In Blood' album, US Thrash giants Slayer have announced a very limited release of plaques commemorating the release of the album back in 1986.
The plaques are limited to only fifty worldwide – once these have sold, no more will be pressed