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METALLICA, MEGADETH, ANTHRAX, SLAYER Perform ‘Overkill’ At ‘Big Four’ Show In NYC

September 15th, 2011

The “Big Four” bands of 1980s thrash metal — METALLICA, MEGADETH, SLAYER and ANTHRAX — played their second-ever U.S. show earlier tonight (Wednesday, September 14) at the new Yankee Stadium in New York City.

The highly anticipated onstage performance of the “Big Four” bands at the same time happened near the end of METALLICA’s set, between “Enter Sandman” and “Battery”. Members of ANTHRAX, SLAYER, MEGADETH and EXODUS (whose guitarist, Gary Holt, is still filling in for an ailing Jeff Hanneman of SLAYER) joined METALLICA on stage for a cover of MOTÖRHEAD’s “Overkill” before METALLICA ended the night with “Seek & Destroy”.

Video footage of the “Overkill” performance can be seen below.

 

 

METALLICA’s setlist was as follows:

 

01. Creeping Death

02. For Whom The Bell Tolls

03. Fuel

04. Ride The Lightning

05. Fade To Black

06. Cyanide

07. All Nightmare Long

08. Sad But True

09. Welcome Home (Sanitarium)

10. Orion

11. One

12. Master Of Puppets

13. Blackened

14. Nothing Else Matters

15. Enter Sandman

 

Encore:

 

16. Overkill (MOTÖRHEAD cover) (w/ members of SLAYER, MEGADETH, ANTHRAX and EXODUS)

17. Battery

18. Seek & Destroy

Photo  courtesy of Metallica.com

Photo courtesy of Metallica.com

The first U.S. “Big Four” concert took place on April 23 in Indio, California.

 

METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich told RollingStone.com after the Indio show that there was a possibility of gigs in the South and Midwest, although he doubted a full tour would happen.

The all-day event in Indio featured the so-called “Big Four” bands of the Eighties thrash metal scene performing together on a U.S. stage for the first time ever in their 30-year careers.

A series of similar shows last summer in Europe was wildly popular, leading to demand for a U.S. version. The “Big Four” package also played several more European dates this past July.

All four bands were presented with awards for sales of a hundred thousand copies of a “Big Four” live DVD which was released late last year.

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MURDER IN THE FRONT ROW: New Book Uncovers Earliest “Big Four” Pics

September 14th, 2011
Murder in the Front Row

Murder in the Front Row

Includes Kirk Hammett in Exodus, Dave Mustaine in Metallica, and Kerry King in Megadeth

As “Big Four” thrash metal bands Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, and Anthrax prepare an historic performance together this week at Yankee Stadium in New York, further details emerge about the upcoming photo book documenting their origins: Murder in the Front Row: Shots From the Bay Area Thrash Metal Epicenter, by Harald Oimoen and Brian Lew. Among the previously unseen photos from the original thrash metal explosion: Kirk Hammett performing with Exodus; Dave Mustaine rehearsing and performing with Metallica-including the band’s very first practice with bassist Cliff Burton; Kerry King soundchecking and performing with Megadeth during that band’s debut series of shows in 1984; and Anthrax’s modest first-ever Bay Area appearance. These historic events are part of a spectacular large-format 272-page view inside “the metal scene that banged those heads that did not bang” includes over 400 of some of the earliest color and black-and-white photos of Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, Exodus, Possessed, Death Angel, Forbidden, Legacy/Testament, Vio-lence, and many others key figures from the Bay Area thrash metal universe.

 

“Before they played the Bay Area, Slayer wore makeup onstage,” says coauthor Brian Lew. “After that first Bay Area show they never wore makeup again. This book will show people why.”

 

Murder in the Front Row will be available December 2011, wherever books are sold. To view page samples and place a preorder (with limited two-sided exclusive poster-size dustjacket), visit this location: http://www.murderinthefrontrow.com

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SLAYER, MEGADETH, ANTHRAX Members Jam PANTERA Classics With PHIL ANSELMO At Metal Masters Clinic In New York

September 13th, 2011

The second Metal Masters clinic took place last night at the Best Buy Theater in New York City. Frank Bello, Charlie Benante, and Scott Ian from ANTHRAX were joined on stage by David Ellefson of MEGADETH, ADRENALIN MOB drummer Mike Portnoy (ex-DREAM THEATER), SLAYER’s Kerry King, and former PANTERA frontman Phil Anselmo. The supergroup cranked out two Pantera classics – ‘A New Level’ and ‘Fucking Hostile’ – as seen below.

SLAYER, MEGADETH, ANTHRAX Members Jam PANTERA Classics With PHIL ANSELMO

SLAYER, MEGADETH, ANTHRAX Members Jam PANTERA Classics With PHIL ANSELMO

After the event David Ellefson checked in:

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ELIMINATOR releases new SLAYER covers

August 30th, 2011

After releasing a cover of SLAYER‘s “Angel of Death” to high praises, New Jersey’s very own ELIMINATOR has upped the ante with a double SLAYER cover of “Altar of Sacrifice” and “Jesus Saves”.  These thrash masters do one hell of a job covering such legendary songs, that even the most hardcore of SLAYER fans will be impressed.

ELIMINATOR - The One They Were Waiting For

ELIMINATOR - The One They Were Waiting For

Check out the video/song: ELIMINATOR – Altar of Sacrifice/Jesus Saves (Slayer)

This little goodie comes as the band prepares to release their follow up to the highly acclaimed debut album Breaking the Wheel.  The new album, The One They Were Waiting For, is set to be released next week.  Prepare to expect the unexpected with this next release of ground breaking metal by ELIMINATOR.

ELIMINATOR – Angel of Death (Slayer)
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Heavy T.O. 2011

July 28th, 2011

Heavy TO

Heavy T.O.

July 23-24, 2011

Review and pics by Monika Deviat

 

On July 23rd and 24th, 10 000 metalheads descended upon Downsview Park in Toronto ON for Heavy T.O. The two day festival took place the same weekend as Heavy MTL. This was the third year for Heavy MTL and its success from right from the first year prompted MTL organizers Daniel Glick and Nick Farkas to team up with Live Nation to create Heavy T.O. Two stages had bands playing right after each other, about 11 per day. Heavy T.O. sponsor, Jägermeister had a tent area set up with games and were hosting some of the autograph sessions. Certain bands like Megadeth and Slayer had line-ups of over a hundred people waiting to get signatures from their favorite musicians. 

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METALLICA, SLAYER, MEGADETH & ANTHRAX: THE BIG FOUR PODCAST

June 22nd, 2011

Shockwaves Skullsessions Episode #48: This is the REAL BIG 4 Episode (Part 1 of 3). On this first of a riveting 3-episode special, Skullsessions returning guest and esteemed UK metal author Joel McIver is teamed up with newcomers Craig Locicero from Bay Area thrash titans Forbidden and metal tycoon Michael Huntsman as they join host Bob Nalbandian on yet another heated discussion thrashing out a discography deliberation on the first few albums of Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax! This episode (Part 1) hones in on the early days of thrash metal!

 

DIRECT LINK to Podcast on Roadrunner Records.

Link to Skullsessions on iTunes.

 

You can also check out the SHOCKWAVES VIDEOCAST

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EXODUS: “HELL ON EARTH” TOUR LAUNCHES NEXT MONTH

June 22nd, 2011
Slayer - North American Tour With Rob Zombie and Exodus

Slayer - North American Tour With Rob Zombie and Exodus

Armchair theologians take heed: Dante Alighieri may have written the definitive overview on the medieval Christian concept of Hell back in the 14th century, but he made no mention of Hell’s soundrack.

 

In three words: THIS IS IT.

 

Touring together for the first time since Ozzfest 1999, Slayer and Rob Zombie are teaming up to bring a glorious co-headlining purgatory to fans in twelve North American cities with Bay Area thrashers EXODUS to open all shows.

 

The trek kicks off Wednesday, July 20 at the Sovereign Center in Reading, Pennsylvania and travels through five Canadian provinces.  Tickets for all shows are available via online outlets.

Slayer, Rob Zombie, and EXODUS “Hell On Earth” tour dates:

07/20/11 – Sovereign Center, Reading, PA
07/22/11 – DTE Amphitheatre, Detroit, MI
07/23/11 – Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA
07/24/11 – Heavy T.O. at Downsview Park, Toronto, ON – CANADA
07/27/11 – MTS Centre, Winnipeg, MB – CANADA
07/29/11 – Credit Union Centre, Saskatoon, SK – CANADA
07/30/11 – Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, AB – CANADA
07/31/11 – Rexall Place, Edmonton, AB – CANADA
08/02/11 – Save-On-Foods Memorial Center, Victoria, B.C. – CANADA
08/03/11 – Rogers Arena, Vancouver, B.C. – CANADA
08/05/11 – Rose Quarter Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR
08/06/11 – WaMu Theatre, Seattle, WA

 

EXODUS’ ninth studio album, Exhibit B: The Human Condition, hit #1 on the CMJ Loud Rock radio chart and debuted at #114 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart, #43 on the Billboard Top Rock Albums chart, #19 on the Billboard Independent Albums chart, and #12 on the Billboard Hard Rock Albums chart.  The album also debuted at #19 on the Neilsen SoundScan LOUD Chart in Canada.

 

View the video for the track “Downfall” here.

 

Visit EXODUS online at www.facebook.com/EXODUSATTACK, www.myspace.com/EXODUS, www.YouTube.com/exodus, and www.twitter.com/_exodus

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METALLICA, SLAYER, MEGADETH, ANTHRAX: ‘Big Four’ Coming To Yankee Stadium

April 30th, 2011
METALLICA, SLAYER, MEGADETH, ANTHRAX: 'Big Four' Coming To Yankee Stadium

METALLICA, SLAYER, MEGADETH, ANTHRAX: 'Big Four' Coming To Yankee Stadium

Following last Saturday’s (April 23) first U.S. “Big Four” concert in Indio, California, the so-called “Big Four” bands of 1980s thrash metal — METALLICA, SLAYER, ANTHRAX and MEGADETH — have announced that they will perform in the new version of the famed Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York on September 14, 2011.

 

Commented METALLICA: “We can’t wait for a night in the Bronx as our second American show and for those of you who love fun facts, this will also be the second live music event hosted at the new ballpark.”

 

All seats are reserved for this show and tickets go on sale Friday, May 6 at 10:00 a.m. via Ticketmaster.com. MetClub members should log in for more information about a special pre-sale starting on Wednesday, May 4. Yankees season ticket holders will have their own pre-sale, also on May 4, starting at noon.

 

METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich told RollingStone.com in an interview earlier this week that more U.S. dates are on the way. He revealed, “We are looking to book something on the East Coast because of the success of this . . . Maybe we’ll do somewhere in the Midwest and South, too. Still, I don’t think it will turn into a 40-date arena tour; that would make it less special. I like the fact that there’s an element of chaos to the whole thing. It shouldn’t be sterile, streamlined and perfect: it needs an edgy underbelly to remain authentic.”

 

The all-day event last weekend featured the so-called “big four” bands of the Eighties thrash metal scene — SLAYER, ANTHRAX, MEGADETH and headliners METALLICA — performing together on a U.S. stage for the first time ever in their 30-year careers.

 

Members of all four bands got together at the end of METALLICA’s set to play the song “Am I Evil?”, originally by the cult British metal band DIAMOND HEAD. Lars Ulrich told The Pulse Of Radio why that was a good choice for a show-closing jam. “The great thing about cover songs, you know, certainly in that context with the four bands, was that you’re not playing anybody’s song. So I think to invite everybody up onstage to play a METALLICA song would just be weird. DIAMOND HEAD, I think, seems like such a common denominator in everybody’s inspiration pool that “Am I Evil?” just seemed like the perfect song.”

 

A series of similar shows last summer in Europe was wildly popular, leading to demand for a U.S. version. The “Big Four” package will also head back to Europe this July.

 

All four bands were presented over the weekend with awards for sales of two million copies of a “Big Four” live DVD which was released late last year.

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THE SLAYER MOBILE APP – THE HEAVIEST APP ON THE PLANET

April 27th, 2011
THE SLAYER MOBILE APP - THE HEAVIEST APP ON THE PLANET

THE SLAYER MOBILE APP - THE HEAVIEST APP ON THE PLANET

LOS ANGELES, CA – April 27, 2011 –

Following the success of their uber-hot “Pinball Rocks” music game app, Slayer has just launched its official Slayer Mobile App for iPhone, iPod, and Android.  The Slayer App, identified on your screen by Slayer’s iconic Eagle logo, is free and offers fans access to exclusive content, the latest band news, photos you can’t get anywhere else, the band’s social media feeds, music and music videos, a merch store, a fan wall, tour dates, and much more.  Additionally, the menu functionality of the Slayer App will be available in multiple languages – French, Spanish, Russian, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Dutch, Turkish, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), and Korean.

The Slayer App is now available in the iTunes store – http://bit.ly/eegFca – and for Android – http://bit.ly/ekhtPB – so log on and get totally connected to Slayer.

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East Coast ‘Big Four’ Concert In The Works, Says METALLICA Drummer

April 26th, 2011
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Big4

METALLICA headlined the first U.S. “Big Four” concert this past Saturday (April 23) at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, California. The all-day festival featured the so-called “Big Four” bands of 1980s thrash metal — METALLICA, SLAYER, ANTHRAX and MEGADETH — sharing the stage in the U.S. for the first time ever, drawing an estimated 50,000 people.

 

A wildly successful series of European gigs together last summer paved the way for a U.S. edition.

 

METALLICA drummer Lars Ulrich told RollingStone.com that more U.S. “Big Four” dates are in the works. “We are looking to book something on the East Coast because of the success of this — it should hopefully come together in a week or two,” Ulrich said. “Maybe we’ll do somewhere in the Midwest and South, too. Still, I don’t think it will turn into a 40-date arena tour; that would make it less special. I like the fact that there’s an element of chaos to the whole thing. It shouldn’t be sterile, streamlined and perfect: it needs an edgy underbelly to remain authentic.”

 

METALLICA will bring the “Big Four” tour to Europe in July, and is also confirmed to perform at the 44th edition of Festival d’été de Québec in Quebec City, Canada on Saturday, July 16.

 

The group will also headline Brazil’s Rock In Rio festival this September.

 

Urich told The Pulse Of Radio that the idea for a “Big Four” tour first came up in 2009. “We were sitting around and we were feeling pretty nostalgic at the time because it was right around the old Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Cleveland induction thing there,” he said. “So as you sit around and talk about your past and whatever, the idea of playing shows with the other, you know, members of the so-called ‘Big Four’ just came up, and it finally came together just over a year later.”

 

METALLICA has hinted at entering the studio in May to begin work on a secret recording project, although details have been few.

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SLAYER’S JEFF HANNEMAN MAKES TRIUMPHANT RETURN AT THE BIG 4

April 25th, 2011

LOS ANGELES, CA – April 25, 2011 — Founding Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman stepped onstage with his band at this past Saturday’s Big 4 concert in Indio, CA, marking the first time he has played with Slayer since last October.  In January, Hanneman contracted necrotizing fasciitis, likely caused by a spider bite, and has been undergoing surgeries, skin grafts and intense rehab since.  Hanneman surprised the crowd of 50,000 when he walked out onto the stage, unannounced, and played the two-song encore, “South of Heaven” and “Angel of Death.”

Backstage in Slayer’s dressing room afterwards, Hanneman relaxed on a couch and said, “I’m the happiest man in the world.”

Gary Holt, guitarist for Exodus, has been the primary guest guitarist with Slayer since the band started its 2011 touring schedule in February, and will continue in that capacity until Hanneman has completely recovered.

Jeff Hanneman at Big 4 - Photo Credit:  www.AndrewStuart.me

Jeff Hanneman at Big 4 - Photo Credit: www.AndrewStuart.me

Remembering the Man on the Silver Mountain, Ronnie James Dio
(Ronald James Padavona (July 10, 1942 – May 16, 2010)

 

In the many years that I’ve run Metal-Rules.com, I consider myself lucky to have interviewed Ronnie James Dio just once. It was a phone interview and as these things go, usually a label/PR type will call and put you on hold until the artist is ready. Therefore, when I answered my home phone expecting as much, I get a “Hello Geoff, this is Ronnie James Dio”. Being taken so aback, my reaction was not as professional as usual as I admit to doing a little fawning over him. For me, this seemingly simple, yet personal touch left an impression on me. He was very polite and professional and while this was “business as usual” for him, it was anything but for me.

 

Since the early 80′s when I first got into heavy metal, Ronnie James Dio was there and a part of my musical landscape. The first time I heard him was the song “Holy Diver” with the video airing on Canada’s Much Music’s Power Hour. It is to that album (Holy Diver) that my mind always goes to when I think of Dio. The song has been in my mind and played both on my stereo and on my guitar for many years. After discovering Dio, I also got heavily into his Rainbow material and of course his albums with Black Sabbath. When he rejoined Sabbath in the band “Heaven and Hell”, I was hoping for a few more albums and tours. But sadly, as we all know, this reunion with the Sabs was cut short in May 2010.

 

Shortly after Ronnie’s passing, Robert “Stormhammer” Williams of Metal Rules proposed that in one year we should pay tribute to Ronnie by presenting comments and quotes from artists that worked with him, those that knew him, and those that were influenced by his powerful, huge, and unforgettable voice. Of course I gave my blessing as no metal icon is as deserving of such a tribute.

 

So here are the interviews clips (video/text) from everyone that we could get in contact with over the past year. Long live heavy metal and long live Ronnie James Dio! \,,/

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METALLICA, SLAYER, MEGADETH, ANTHRAX Storm California For First North American Big Four Show; Jeff Hanneman Makes Surprise Appearance, All-Band ‘Am I Evil?’ Jam Session Returns!

April 24th, 2011

The metal event of the year occurred yesterday (Saturday, April 23rd) as the Big Four of ’80s thrash metal – METALLICA, SLAYER, MEGADETH and ANTHRAX – took the stage at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA in front of over 50,000 raging metalheads!

After suffering a spider bite a few months ago and being forced to miss numerous live dates the first time in his career, Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman returned to the stage last night. EXODUS guitarist Gary Holt filled in for Slayer’s main set, but Hanneman joined the band on stage for their two-song encore which included ‘South Of Heaven’ and ‘Angel Of Death’. Check out a photo of Hanneman on stage from Slayer’s Facebook page below:

 

Jeff Hanneman live on stage at the BIG 4!

Jeff Hanneman live on stage at the BIG 4!

RockNMetalNewz has posted pre-show photos below:

Anthrax’ set-list was as follows:

‘Caught In A Mosh’

‘Got the Time’

‘Madhouse’

‘Among the Living’

‘Antisocial’

‘Indians’

‘Fight ‘Em Till You Can’t’

‘A.I.R.’

‘I Am The Law’

Megadeth’s set-list was as follows:

‘Trust’

‘In My Darkest Hour’

‘Hangar 18’

Wake Up Dead’

‘Poison Was the Cure’

‘She-Wolf’

‘Sweating Bullets’

‘Head Crusher’

‘A Tout Le Monde’

‘Symphony of Destruction’

‘Peace Sells’

‘Holy Wars… The Punishment Due/Mechanix’

Slayer’s set-list included the encore of ‘South Of Heaven’ and ‘Angel Of Death’ with Jeff Hanneman.

 

Metallica’s set-list was as follows:

‘The Ecstasy of Gold’

‘Creeping Death’

‘For Whom The Bell Tolls’

‘Fuel’

‘Ride The Lightning’

‘Fade to Black’

‘Cyanide’

‘All Nightmare Long’

‘Sad But True’

‘Welcome Home (Sanitarium)’

‘Orion’

One’

‘Master of Puppets’

‘Blackened’

‘Nothing Else Matters’

‘Enter Sandman’

 

Encore:

‘Am I Evil? (DIAMOND HEAD cover jam with members of Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax; see fan-filmed footage below)

‘Hit The Lights’

‘Seek And Destroy’

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METALLICA, SLAYER, MEGADETH, ANTHRAX – Big Four Photo Galleries And Reviews Online

April 24th, 2011
Big4

Big4

With the highly anticipated Big Four show featuring METALLICA, SLAYER, MEGADETH, ANTHRAX in Indio, CA a part of metal history, photo galleries and reviews are beginning to surface. Two links to galleries, courtesy of The Press Enterprise Examiner.com are available below.

Big Four – PE.com

Examiner.com slideshow

Watch for more Big Four updates over the course of the day.

According to Bruce Fessier from Mydesert.com, the promoter of yesterday’s Big Four concert was expecting the first U.S. appearance together of the world’s four most popular thrash metal bands to sell out before doors open at 2 p.m. at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA.

But Paul Tollett of the Los Angeles-based Goldenvoice company said the one-day show won’t attract as many people as last week’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, or next weekend’s Stagecoach country music festival.

Stay tuned for the confirmed head count.

 

Big 4 - USA Flag

Big 4 - USA Flag

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SLAYER – Dave Lombardo

April 8th, 2011

 

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SLAYER – Interview with Drummer Dave Lombardo

Interview by Arto Lehtinen and Marko Syrjala

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Slayer has been in the frontlines of thrash metal and extreme metal for nearly four decades. Several classic songs such as Hell Awaits, Raining Blood, South Of Heaven, Dead Skin Mask, Cult etc are immortal and present a well oiled metallic war machine pushing forward relentlessly and show the brutality of thrash metal. However, the thrash metal machine needs a powerful inexhaustible source of intense drumming to create the well-known Slayer tempo. Dave Lombardo is definitely at the core of the unique sounds of Slayer. Despise his absence from Slayer, his role in the world of Slayer has become, and still is, an important part of Slayer. Metal-Rules.com had the great pleasure to have a moment with Dave Lombardo.

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CANNIBAL CORPSE’S PAT O’BRIEN WILL STEP IN AS SLAYER’S GUEST GUITARIST

March 30th, 2011
Cannibal Corpse's Pat O'brien

Cannibal Corpse's Pat O'brien

LOS ANGELES, CA – March 30, 2011 — Cannibal Corpse guitarist Pat O’Brien will fill in for Exodus’ Gary Holt when Holt leaves the Slayer European tour to play with his own band Exodus at the Estadio Nacional in Santiago, Chile on April 4.  Holt has been filling in for Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman since the tour kicked off February 26 in Australia.

Holt’s last show with Slayer will be April 4 in Padova, Italy; O’Brien will join the band for the April 6 show in Croatia, and will finish the European dates with Slayer that wrap up on April 14 in Holland.

Hanneman has amazed his doctors with his speedy recovery from an infection thought to have been caused by a spider bite.  Following surgery on his right arm, he continues his physical therapy and has already been practicing with his guitar.

Remaining dates for Slayer’s European tour are as follows:

MARCH
28    La Rivera, Madrid, Spain  (Gary Holt, guest guitarist)
29    Coliseum, La Coruna, Spain  (Gary Holt, guest guitarist)
30    Pavilhao Atlantico, Lisbon, Spain  (Gary Holt, guest guitarist)

APRIL
1    St. Jordi Club, Barcelona, Spain  (Gary Holt, guest guitarist)
3    Rome Atlantico, Rome, Italy  (Gary Holt, guest guitarist)
4    Gran Teatro, Padova, Italy  (Gary Holt, guest guitarist)
6    Zagreb Arena, Zagreb, Crotia  (Pat O’Brien, guest guitarist)
7    Gasometer, Vienna, Austria   (Pat O’Brien, guest guitarist)
8    Arena Budapest, Budapest, Hungary  (Pat O’Brien, guest guitarist)
10    Prague O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic  (Pat O’Brien, guest guitarist)
11    Lodz Sportshall, Lodz, Poland  (Pat O’Brien, guest guitarist)
13    Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzgerland  (Pat O’Brien, guest guitarist)
14    Klokgebouw, Eindhoven, Holland (Pat O’Brien, guest guitarist)

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