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A to Z of the Noughties: Slayer to Zakk Wylde

November 20th, 2009

Where were you on the night before the dawn of the New Millennium? Jon Kerr was getting a pit going in Jilly’s Rockworld, Manchester. We’ve asked him to summarise the ten years since then in all things metal in a handy A to Z

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Slayer
No Slayer, no thrash. Right? Following their four classic ’80s albums, Slayer’s four ’90s albums received a varied reception as the band branched out in style. During this last decade, Slayer have succeeded in cementing their classic status thanks mainly to God Hates Us All and the return-to-form Christ Illusion. Dozens of metal’s biggest names have toured with Slayer since the turn of the century including In Flames, Children of Bodom, Biohazard, Cradle of Filth, Lamb of God, Marilyn Manson and Amon Amarth. Lombardo has been back behind the kit and we all worship Kerry King. The release of World Painted Blood sees Slayer head towards it’s 30th Anniversary…

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Album: Slayer – World Painted Blood

November 9th, 2009

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Slayer
World Painted Blood
American Recordings
02 November 2009

by Mark Eglinton

Sometimes waiting is a very good thing. Not always, but sometimes. On first listen to World Painted Blood back in what must have been mid August, it would have been condemned, mostly for production reasons, as their worst record since well..their last bad record.

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Get your Slayer November tour tickets before everyone else

September 15th, 2009

Slayer Kerry King Tom Araya Jeff Hahnemann Dave Lombardo Thrash Hits

When Slayer announced earlier this week their pretty-much annual Autumn tour of the UK, we were pleased, though not exactly surprised. We’re sure there are plenty of you are looking forward to buying tickets for it when they go on sale on Friday.

Unless of course you make use the cheeky pre-sale link we stumbled upon this morning to buy them today.

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