Lombardo Learned of Slayer Firing Online
But the thrash giants confirmed on Thursday they'd hired Paul Bostaph who replaced Lombardo when he left in 1992 on a full-time basis. Reacting to the move, Lombardo tweeted "And there you have if folks!" Asked by a fan how he'd heard, he replied: "Online."
It's the third time he's split from the outfit he co-founded, after first departing in 1986. In April he admitted he was concentrating on side-project Philm as his main focus, but said fans should "cross your fingers" over a return to Slayer in time for their European tour. more on this story
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