Slayer to embark on fall US tour
2014-06-28 by Jaime Silva | 13 Comments
Thrash metal titans Slayer have announced a fall tour of the United States with bands
Suicidal Tendencies and Exodus as support. This comes off the heels of a handful of dates
last month in which Slayer played with both of these bands.

Check out the dates below:

11/12 Fox Theatre, Oakland, CA
11/14 The Forum, Los Angeles, CA
11/15 Comercia Theatre, Phoenix, AZ
11/17 Bricktown Events Center, Oklahoma City, OK
11/18 ACL Live, Austin, TX
11/19 Verizon Theatre, Dallas, TX
11/21 Hard Rock Live, Orlando, FL
11/22 The Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA
11/23 The Fillmore, Charlotte, NC
11/25 The Armory, Albany, NY
11/26 Sands Events Center, Bethlehem, PA
11/28 The Palladium, Worcester, MA
11/29 Wellmont Theatre, Montclair, NJ
11/30 Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, PA
12/2 Agora Theatre, Cleveland, OH
12/4 Egyptian Room, Indianapolis, IN
12/5 The Fillmore, Detroit, MI
Tagged: Slayer

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erizen826
June 29th 2014
617 Comments


Pisses me off that Nashville never gets great metal tours. Fuckin' bible belt.

Inveigh
June 29th 2014
25353 Comments


Indy and Detroit, but no Chicago. not that i'd necessarily go anyway, seen them a few times already.. and no jeff is brutal. exodus is cool though too.

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erizen826
June 29th 2014
617 Comments


Shroud of Urine is a kick ass song.

FearThyEvil
June 29th 2014
12911 Comments


Might see em if they're playing older songs but knowing too prominent members are no longer in the band kind of sucks.

Judio!
Contributing Reviewer
June 29th 2014
6661 Comments


No Hanneman, no Lombardo, not worth it.

Wizard
June 29th 2014
19721 Comments


RIP

Slayer is dead. They should call their new band Slaxodus.

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BeerKhan
June 29th 2014
40 Comments


Hmm might have to go to that OKC show

TomAkaVeto
June 29th 2014
1708 Comments


Never seen Slayer, so I might just go to the Indy date for the heck of it. Definitely won't be as cool as it would have been seeing them with Jeff and Dave.

BMDrummer
June 29th 2014
10595 Comments


No Hanneman, no Lombardo, not worth it. [2]

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KjSwantko
June 29th 2014
9448 Comments


No Hanneman, no Lombardo, not worth it. [3]

TalonsOfFire
June 29th 2014
10566 Comments


[4] it's a shame that a band around for 30+ years with all original members tragically fractured in just a couple years losing its'
two best members. Continuing like this really just comes across as desperate and unnecessary

sonictheplumber
June 30th 2014
5077 Comments


exodus with zetro? fuck yeah im goin

sinsexsodomy
August 7th 2014
224 Comments


I saw em back with Manson in 07ish it was a great show (manson was pretty good surprisingly that night) but yeah ill have to 5th that, no Hanneman or Lombardo is a no go. be respectful and just stop Kerry :/ we all know Hanneman was the brains behind the best material anyway



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