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Slayer Make Stop At Motley Zoo Animal Rescue Facility

03/23/2016
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(Classic Rock) Slayer got up close and personal with puppies at an animal rescue center before their gig in Seattle this past weekend. Tom Araya, Gary Holt, Kerry King and Paul Bostaph visited the Motley Zoo Animal Rescue facility in Redmond, Washington, on Saturday before their gig that night at the Paramount Theater.

Support bands Testament and Carcass were also on hand to help raise awareness of the center's work. Motley Zoo says in a statement: "What's better than puppies and metal? Nothing! We were fortunate to spend Saturday night with Slayer, Testament and Carcass who very much enjoyed hanging out and cuddling our puppies.

"There's nothing better than tough guys showing their soft sides. This was the second time we met Kerry King and Paul Bostaph, but this time we got to meet Tom Araya and Gary Holt as well." Read more and see a photo here.

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