Slayer Tour Dates
2016 North American Tour w/ Carcass & Testament
Feb. 19 – Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL
Feb. 22 – War Memorial, Nashville, TN
Feb. 24 – The National, Richmond, VA
Feb. 26 – House of Blues, Myrtle Beach, SC
Feb. 27 – The Ritz, Raleigh, NC
Feb. 29 – The Fillmore, Charlotte, NC
Mar. 02 – Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY
Mar. 03 – The Fillmore, Philadelphia, PA
Mar. 05 – The Fillmore, Silver Spring, MD
Mar. 06 – The House of Blues, Boston, MA
Mar. 08 – LC Pavilion, Columbus, OH
Mar. 09 – The Orpheum, Madison, WI
Mar. 11 – Myth, St. Paul, MN
Mar. 12 – Civic Auditorium, Fargo, ND
Mar. 14 – MacEwan Hall, Calgary, AB
Mar. 15 – Shaw Centre, Edmonton, AB
Mar. 17 – Revolution Event Center, Boise, ID
Mar. 19 – The Paramount, Seattle, WA
Mar. 20 – Roseland Ballroom, Portland, OR
Mar. 22 – Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA
Mar. 26 – The Joint, Las Vegas, NV
Emerging alongside Megadeth, Metallica and Anthrax as one of thrash metal’s Big Four, Californian quartet Slayer were one of the most distinctive, uncompromising and provocative rock bands of the 80s. Formed in Huntington Park in 1982, the original line-up of frontman and bassist Tom Araya, guitarists Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman and drummer Dave Lombardo first began performing covers of Judas Priest and Iron Maiden songs before switching to their own material. They first showcased their signature blend of breakneck speed rhythms, chaotic guitar solos and satanic themes on 1983 debut album, Show No Mercy, while 1985’s Hell Awaits, a concept album based on torture and damnation, continued to build up their cult following. After signing to Rick Rubin’s Def Jam label, the band combined elements of speed metal and hardcore on 1986’s Reign In Blood, which not only gave them a debut Billboard chart entry but was also hailed as one of the genre’s true masterpieces. 1988’s South of Heaven and 1990’s Seasons in the Abyss saw Slayer become favorites of MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball, but the band suffered a setback following the release of double live album, Decade of Aggression, when Lombardo left to form Grip Inc. Forbidden’s Paul Bostaph stepped in to fill his shoes and the group went onto reach number eight on the Billboard 200 with 1994’s Divine Intervention. Jon Dette then took the sticks for 1996’s punk/hardcore covers album Undisputed Attitude, and the drummer merry-go-round continued when Bostaph returned for 1998’s Diabolus in Musica and Lombardo rejoined for 2001’s God Hates Us All. In 2004, Slayer released the four-disc anthology, Soundtrack to the Apocalypse, and two years later achieved their highest ever US chart entry when Christ Illusion peaked at number five. The record also spawned two consecutive Best Metal Performance Grammy winners (“Eyes of the Insane,” “Final Six”) and was supported by an extensive two-year tour across the globe. The band returned to the studio in 2009 for World Painted Blood and a year later shared the stage with all of their Big Four peers for various festival dates. Tragedy struck in 2013 when founding member Hanneman died from liver failure at the age of 49, but the band vowed to carry on and after recruiting Exodus’ Gary Holt as his replacement, released eleventh studio effort, Repentless, in 2015.
World Painted Blood (2009)
Christ Illusion (2006)
God Hates Us All (2001)
Diabolus In Musica (1998)
Undisputed Attitude (1996)
Divine Intervention (1994)
Seasons In The Abyss (1990)
South Of Heaven (1988)
Reign In Blood (1986)
Hell Awaits (1985)
Haunting The Chapel (1984)
Show No Mercy (1983)
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5-28-15: Slayer will appear at Bonnaroo next month, held in Manchester, Tennessee. Following this, they will visit New the Paramount Theatre in Huntington, New York. June 16th currently features an average of $105.03 and a get-in price value of $84.00 on the secondary market. The June 17th performance averages a slightly lower cost of $98.11 with the get-in price starting at $74.00.
5-7-15: Metal band Slayer will be out touring for much of the summer and their next concert show is a three day stay at the Rocklahoma in Pryor, Oklahoma from May 22 to May 24 followed another show on May 23 at the Socorro Center in El Paso, Texas.
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