Slayer, Anthrax And Death Angel Announce Tour


(Radio.com) Slayer announced that they will head back out on tour in the fall. This time the band will be accompanied by Anthrax and Death Angel for what's being called a musical "beat down."

Slayer's two-month North American tour includes dates across the U.S. and Canada. They'll kick things off in Cleveland on September 9 before wrapping them up in El Paso on October 27. As part of their new tour, the band will continue promoting 2015's Repentless alongside other songs from their 30 year career.

"We are very excited to tour again with our fellow Kings Slayer on a thrash/metal extravaganza," said Anthrax's Charlie Benante. "Two of the Big Four - now that's a night of metal for all the Kings and Queens!" While Slayer and Anthrax toured together in Europe last fall, this marks the first time Death Angel will tour with the legendary band. See the dates here.

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