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Slayer Is Coming Back!

It ain't over till it's over, Slayer is back!

Slayer officially reunited and announced shows, which will take place at Riot Fest and Louder Than Life Festival!

Slayer did play a farewell show at The Forum in Inglewood in 2019, but Tom Araya, Kerry King, Paul Bostaph and Gary Holt are coming together for Riot Fest, set to take place in Chicago, marking the band's first show in nearly five years.

Slayer will also headline at Louder Than Life, which will take place at the Highland Festival Grounds at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, along with Slipknot, Motley Crue and Korn.

It's unclear whether they're going to tour or release new music again, as Kerry King recently announced his new band and first album.

“Nothing compares to the 90 minutes when we’re on stage playing live, sharing that intense energy with our fans,” said Tom Araya, “and to be honest, we have missed that.”

"Have I missed playing live? Absolutely," King added. "Slayer means a lot to our fans; they mean a lot to us. It will be five years since we have seen them."

King gave a taste of what's to come with his new band with the release of, "Idle Hands"!

The Slayer icon's debut album, "From Hell I Rise", will be released on May 17, and Joining him will be DEATH ANGEL singer Mark Osegueda, SLAYER drummer Paul Bostaph, HELLYEAH bassist Kyle Sanders, and MACHINE HEAD and VIO-LENCE guitarist Phil Demmel.

"From Hell I Rise" comes with 13 tracks, recorded with LAMB OF GOD producer Josh Wilbur the title track, "From Hell I Rise", and "Rage" are two songs that carried over from SLAYER's "Repentless" sessions.

Idle Hands has come with an audio video for now, but expect bigger things on the way as Kerry King takes the band with his name possibly on the road.

(the band's name) was going to be KING'S REIGN for a long time, which is really cool. But even with that one, I went to the guys, like, 'I'm not a vain dude. I don't want my name to be a part of it.' We talked about BLOOD REIGN for a while, but it didn't work. Every time I came up with anything remotely cool, it was taken by some obscure band in Eastern Europe. It became KERRY KING because I love that logo."

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