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Professionally filmed video footage of SLAYER‘s September 22 performance at the Rock In Rio fesitval at Cidade do Rock in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil can be seen below.

SLAYER‘s first show in 25 years at the 3,700-capacity Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, set for Monday, October 28, has sold out, and a second show has been added for Sunday, October 27. Tickets are on sale now. Go to Slayer.net for purchasing information.

These concerts are part of SLAYER‘s 25-date fall 2013 North American tour that kicks off on October 22 in Anchorage, Alaska. SLAYERTom Araya on bass/vocals, guitarist Kerry King, drummer Paul Bostaph, and guitarist Gary Holt, who continues to fill in for the late founding member Jeff Hanneman — will have GOJIRA and 4ARM support on all dates.

“Really looking forward to playing a full-blown headline set across North America,” said Kerry King. “Haven’t done that in a fuck of a long time — must be like seven years — so prepare for the assault of a SLAYER headline tour. We are!”

While still recovering from the devastating loss of Hanneman, Araya and King have begun to work on new material and hope to spend some time in the studio prior to this tour.

Bostaph was SLAYER‘s drummer from 1992 until 2001 and recorded four albums with the band — the gold-certified “Divine Intervention” (1994), the 1996 punk covers album “Undisputed Attitude”, “Diabolus In Musica” (1998), “God Hates Us All” (2001) that received a Grammy nomination for “Best Metal Performance”, as well as the DVD “War At The Warfield” (2001), also certified gold. In addition to SLAYER, Bostaph has been a member of FORBIDDEN, EXODUS, SYSTEMATIC and TESTAMENT.

Original SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo sat out the band’s Australian tour in February/March due to a contract dispute with the other members of the group. Filling in for him was Jon Dette (TESTAMENT, ANTHRAX).

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ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian joined VOLBEAT on stage last night (Monday, September 16) at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles to perform the song “Pool Of Booze, Booze, Booza” (preceded by a snippet of ANTHRAX‘s “I Am The Law”). Fan-filmed video footage of his appearance can be seen below. The photo above comes courtesy of Jose.

Former ANTHRAX guitarist Rob Caggiano, who was a producer on VOLBEAT‘s fifth studio album, “Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies”, recently joined the band as its new guitarist. He replaced guitarist Thomas Bredahl, who was given his walking papers in November 2011.

Asked what led to his departure from ANTHRAX, Caggiano told FaceCulture: “It just boils down to the fact that I never had any creative input, so there was no emotional connection to the music. And I don’t know if it’s ’cause I’m getting older or whatever, but it just got to the point where I started feeling like I was ging through the motions, and that’s a terrible feeling to have when you’re playing music. And it’s not who I am. I can’t do anything in life unless it’s 200%; that’s just the way that I am. So I knew I needed to do something, I knew I needed to make a change. And that was a really hard, emotional time and an emotional decision for me to make.”

Regarding how the ANTHRAX guys reacted when he told them he was leaving the band, Rob said: “They totally understand. We’re still friends, we’re still cool. We’ve hung out a couple of times since this whole thing went down. I think they get it; they understand how I felt and why I felt the way I did. And I think on that level, it’s cool. I mean, I hope it is. It seems like it is.”

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SLAYER‘s first show in 25 years at the 3,700-capacity Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, set for Monday, October 28, has sold out, and a second show has been added for Sunday, October 27. Tickets are on sale now. Go to Slayer.net for purchasing information.

These concerts are part of SLAYER‘s 25-date fall 2013 North American tour that kicks off on October 22 in Anchorage, Alaska. SLAYERTom Araya on bass/vocals, guitarist Kerry King, drummer Paul Bostaph, and guitarist Gary Holt, who continues to fill in for the late founding member Jeff Hanneman — will have GOJIRA and 4ARM support on all dates.

“Really looking forward to playing a full-blown headline set across North America,” said Kerry King. “Haven’t done that in a fuck of a long time — must be like seven years — so prepare for the assault of a SLAYER headline tour. We are!”

While still recovering from the devastating loss of Hanneman, Araya and King have begun to work on new material and hope to spend some time in the studio prior to this tour.

Bostaph was SLAYER‘s drummer from 1992 until 2001 and recorded four albums with the band — the gold-certified “Divine Intervention” (1994), the 1996 punk covers album “Undisputed Attitude”, “Diabolus In Musica” (1998), “God Hates Us All” (2001) that received a Grammy nomination for “Best Metal Performance”, as well as the DVD “War At The Warfield” (2001), also certified gold. In addition to SLAYER, Bostaph has been a member of FORBIDDEN, EXODUS, SYSTEMATIC and TESTAMENT.

Original SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo sat out the band’s Australian tour in February/March due to a contract dispute with the other members of the group. Filling in for him was Jon Dette (TESTAMENT, ANTHRAX).

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KLAQ‘s Lisa Sanchez conducted an interview with AVENGED SEVENFOLD‘s Johnny Christ on August 30 at Revolt On The Rio Grande in Albuquerque, New Mexico. You can now watch the chat below.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD‘s new album, “Hail To The King”, sold 159,000 copies in the United States its first week of release. The disc beat out strong new entries from rappers Big Sean and Juicy J to hold on to the top spot and give the California band their second straight chart-topper after 2010’s “Nightmare”, which moved 163,000 copies to hit the top spot upon its arrival.

The title track from “Hail To The King” spent four straight weeks at the top of Billboard‘s Active Rock radio airplay chart.

According to The Pulse Of Radio, AVENGED SEVENFOLD‘s opening is also the largest week for a hard rock album in over a year. The last to sell more in a week was LINKIN PARK‘s “Living Things”, which debuted at No. 1 with 223,000 copies sold in July 2012.

Next up for AVENGED SEVENFOLD is its first major tour in support of the new CD, which starts October 3 in Chicago.

The tour will conclude on October 26 in Las Vegas. Support on the road trip will come from DEFTONES and GHOST.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD celebrated the release of the new album last month with a free show at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.

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Video footage of the techs for Zacky Vengeance and Johnny Christ of AVENGED SEVENFOLD going over their live rigs for Schecter Guitar TV can be seen below.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD‘s new album, “Hail To The King”, sold 159,000 copies in the United States its first week of release. The disc beat out strong new entries from rappers Big Sean and Juicy J to hold on to the top spot and give the California band their second straight chart-topper after 2010’s “Nightmare”, which moved 163,000 copies to hit the top spot upon its arrival.

The title track from “Hail To The King” has spent four straight weeks at the top of Billboard‘s Active Rock radio airplay chart.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD‘s opening is also the largest week for a hard rock album in over a year. The last to sell more in a week was LINKIN PARK‘s “Living Things”, which debuted at No. 1 with 223,000 copies sold in July 2012.

Next up for AVENGED SEVENFOLD is its first major tour in support of the new CD, which starts October 3 in Chicago.

The tour will conclude on October 26 in Las Vegas. Support on the road trip will come from DEFTONES and GHOST.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD celebrated the release of the new album last week with a free show at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.


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AVENGED SEVENFOLD‘s new album, “Hail To The King”, has registered the following first-week chart positions:

USA: #1
UK: #1
Canada: #1
Ireland: #1
Mexico: #1
Brazil: #1
Australia: #2
Finland: #2
New Zealand: #3
Germany: #5
The Netherlands: #6
Italy: #8

“Hail To The King” sold 159,000 copies in the United States its first week of release. The disc beat out strong new entries from rappers Big Sean and Juicy J to hold on to the top spot and give the California band their second straight chart-topper after 2010’s “Nightmare”, which moved 163,000 copies to hit the top spot upon its arrival.

The title track from “Hail To The King” has spent four straight weeks at the top of Billboard‘s Active Rock radio airplay chart.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD‘s opening is also the largest week for a hard rock album in over a year. The last to sell more in a week was LINKIN PARK‘s “Living Things”, which debuted at No. 1 with 223,000 copies sold in July 2012.

Next up for AVENGED SEVENFOLD is its first major tour in support of the new CD, which starts October 3 in Chicago. M. Shadows told The Pulse Of Radio that the band is raring to go after more than a year off. “Yeah, we’re feeling good, no doubt about it. We’re really excited, you know, the batteries are recharged, you know. I think that year off really helps, and then you start wanting to get back on the road. We’re looking forward to it. It’s gonna be a whole new chapter for us and we’re excited to be playing again. We’re excited about the record. So when you’re excited about the music you’re playing, it makes touring a lot easier.”

The tour will conclude on October 26 in Las Vegas. Support on the road trip will come from DEFTONES and GHOST.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD celebrated the release of the new album last week with a free show at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.

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AVENGED SEVENFOLD‘s M. Shadows and Johnny Christ were interviewed on a recent edition of the “Sixx Sense” radio show hosted by MÖTLEY CRÜE/SIXX: A.M. bassist Nikki Sixx. You can now listen to the entire 31-minute chat below.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD‘s new album, “Hail To The King”, debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 chart after selling 159,000 copies in its first week of release. The disc beat out strong new entries from rappers Big Sean and Juicy J to hold on to the top spot and give the California band their second straight chart-topper after 2010’s “Nightmare”, which moved 163,000 copies to hit the top spot upon its arrival.

The title track from “Hail To The King” has spent four straight weeks at the top of Billboard‘s Active Rock radio airplay chart.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD‘s opening is also the largest week for a hard rock album in over a year. The last to sell more in a week was LINKIN PARK‘s “Living Things”, which debuted at No. 1 with 223,000 copies sold in July 2012.

Next up for AVENGED SEVENFOLD is its first major tour in support of the new CD, which starts October 3 in Chicago. M. Shadows told The Pulse Of Radio that the band is raring to go after more than a year off. “Yeah, we’re feeling good, no doubt about it. We’re really excited, you know, the batteries are recharged, you know. I think that year off really helps, and then you start wanting to get back on the road. We’re looking forward to it. It’s gonna be a whole new chapter for us and we’re excited to be playing again. We’re excited about the record. So when you’re excited about the music you’re playing, it makes touring a lot easier.”

The tour will conclude on October 26 in Las Vegas. Support on the road trip will come from DEFTONES and GHOST.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD celebrated the release of the new album last week with a free show at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.

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Following a summer of storming through Europe, South America, and Mexico while topping the bills at solo shows and major festivals, Slayer will headline its first North American tour in two years. The five-week-plus trek will kick off on October 22nd in Anchorage, Alaska, oddly enough marking the first time the band has played there since October 23rd, 1996. The tour will include the band’s previously announced return to New York’s Theatre at Madison Square Garden and the Hollywood Palladium, venues the band hasn’t performed at in 25 years

The post Slayer Expands Fall U.S. Tour Schedule appeared first on Daily Heavy Metal News.

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Following a summer of storming through Europe, South America and Mexico while topping the bills at solo shows and major festivals, SLAYER will headline its first North American tour in two years. The five-week-plus trek will kick off on October 22 in Anchorage, Alaska, oddly enough marking the first time the band has played there since October 23, 1996. The tour will include the band’s previously announced return to New York’s Theatre at Madison Square Garden and the Hollywood Palladium, venues the band hasn’t performed at in 25 years.

SLAYER — bassist/vocalist Tom Araya, guitarist Kerry King, drummer Paul Bostaph and guitarist Gary Holt, who continues to fill in for the late founding member Jeff Hanneman — will have GOJIRA and 4ARM support on all dates.

Tickets for all dates on SLAYER‘s U.S. tour, go on sale beginning this Friday, September 6. Log onto Slayer.net for complete on-sale dates and ticketing information.

While still recovering from the devastating loss of Hanneman, Araya and King have begun to work on new material and hope to spend some time in the studio prior to this tour.

With more dates to be announced, confirmed dates for SLAYER‘s 2013 Fall North American tour are as follows:

Oct. 22 – Sullivan Sports Arena, Anchorage, AK
Oct. 25 – The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV
Oct. 28 – Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA
Oct. 30 – Events Center @ San Jose State, San Jose, CA
Nov. 08 – Myth, Minneapolis, MN
Nov. 10 – FunFunFun Fest, Austin, TX
Nov. 12 – Bayou Music Center, Houston, TX
Nov. 13 – South Side Ballroom, Dallas, TX
Nov. 15 – Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL
Nov. 16 – The Fillmore, Detroit, MI
Nov. 17 – LC Pavilion, Columbus, OH
Nov. 19 – The Fillmore, Washington, D.C.
Nov. 20 – Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA
Nov. 26 – Oakdale Theatre, Wallingford, CT
Nov. 27 – Theatre @ MSG, New York, NY
Nov. 29 – Susquehanna Bank Center, Camden, NJ
Nov. 30 – Tsongas Arena, Boston, MA

Bostaph was SLAYER‘s drummer from 1992 until 2001 and recorded four albums with the band — the gold-certified “Divine Intervention” (1994), the 1996 punk covers album “Undisputed Attitude”, “Diabolus In Musica” (1998), “God Hates Us All” (2001) that received a Grammy nomination for “Best Metal Performance”, as well as the DVD “War At The Warfield” (2001), also certified gold. In addition to SLAYER, Bostaph has been a member of FORBIDDEN, EXODUS, SYSTEMATIC and TESTAMENT.

Original SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo sat out the band’s recent Australian tour due to a contract dispute with the other members of the group. Filling in for him was Jon Dette (TESTAMENT, ANTHRAX).

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A five-minute video in which the members of AVENGED SEVENFOLD talk about the making of their sixth studio album, “Hail To The King”, can be seen below.

“Hail To The King” will be released on August 27. The long-awaited follow-up to 2010’s “Nightmare” was once again produced by Mike Elizondo and is the first to be wholly written without drummer and key songwriter James “The Rev” Sullivan, who died in December 2009. Sullivan has since been replaced by Arin Ilejay, a former member of CONFIDE.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD has announced the “Hail To The King” tour — a massive headlining U.S. arena tour to take place this October and the band’s first full scale American tour since 2011. The run of dates will kick off in Chicago, Illinois on Thursday, October 3 and wrap up on October 26 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Supporting the band on all dates will be special guests DEFTONES and GHOST B.C.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD will celebrate the album release by playing a free show at the Hollywood Palladium on August 26.

AVENGED SEVENFOLD‘s video for the song “Hail To The King” was directed by Syndrome, an award-winning design and live-action directing studio.

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