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Formed: 1982
From: Huntington Beach, CA, United States
Last Known Status: Active


The thrash metal sound of Slayer was formed in Huntington Beach, CA in 1982. Comprising Tom Araya (bass, vocals), Kerry King (guitar), Jeff Hanneman (guitar) and Dave Lombardo (drums), they made their debut in 1983, with a track on the compilation Metal Massacre III. After that the rest has been history. The band played at breakneck speed with amazing technical precision, but the intricacies of detail were lost in a muddy production. Araya's lyrics dealt with death, carnage, Satanism and torture, but were reduced to an indecipherable guttural howl. But this chaos called music is what set the ways for Slayer and many bands to follow.

Through the years, Slayer has been hit with much controversy over their lyrics, including lawsuits. But through the years Slayer has managed to build a following from coast to coast. Slayer has played such tours as Monsters of Rock, Ozzfest, and recently toured the U.S. co-headling with Pantera.

Now almost 20 years later, Slayer is still playing just as hard as ever. Will Slayer ever stop? Not likely, considering they are keeping up with thrash bands half their age, after all they did start it!

Latest Slayer News

Below is our complete Slayer news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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Slayer Debut At #5 On Billboard 200

The City of Fullerton, CA abruptly removed all 17 of Slayer's promotional bus benches. Twenty years of equipment and stage production was stolen out of their warehouse. Their 2006 U.S. Tour due to kick off 6.6.06 had to be postponed due to band member Tom Araya's emergency surgery. But none of these roadblocks prevented Slayer's brand new album, "Christ Illusion" (American Recordings/WBR), from making the highest chart debut of the band's career, coming in at #5 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums Chart.

In addition, "Christ Illusion" - executive produced by Rick Rubin and produced by Josh Abraham - is a Top 10 album internationally in its first week, debuting at #2 in Germany, #2 in Finland, #8 in Holland, #9 in Australia, and #6 in Austria.

With more than 62,000 copies sold in the U.S. in its first week, "Christ Illusion" marks the long-awaited return of the legendary punk/thrash/metal band. "Christ Illusion" is Slayer's first new studio album in five years, and the first recorded by the original line-up - Araya/bass, vocals; Kerry King/guitars; Jeff Hanneman/guitars, and Dave Lombardo/drums - in more than 15 years. The #5 debut is only the second time in Slayer's 25-year-plus history that they've debuted in Billboard's Top 10 - 1994's "Divine Intervention" came in at #8.

On "Christ Illusion," the unabashedly controversial Slayer takes on Government and God, looking at the World Trade Center disaster from the terrorists' point of view, and repeatedly committing lyrical blasphemy.

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Slayer To Sue Demiricous?

Metal Maniacs magazine recently conducted an interview with SLAYER members Kerry King and Tom Araya. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow:

Metal Maniacs: Kerry, you're notorious for keeping up with many of thew new extreme bands…

Kerry: "I like to know more about who we should be touring with and stuff like that. I'm very selective. There's a lot of good bands, but there's a lot of bands that sound just like everybody else. I like the ones that are unique. Without sticking my foot in my mouth, my favorite new band is DEMIRICOUS and they sound just like us. I love those guys. They're making up their own tunes, and yeah, they sound like us, but they're good songs. I saw them play and they're outta control! It was great."

Tom: "Kerry was praising them so I listened to tem and I was thinking, 'Can we sue somebody for plagiarism?' [Laughs] I even asked my manager that. I was like, 'Can we sue someone for sounding way too much like us?' They're way too… way too SLAYER. [Laughs] I even played it for someone and they said, 'If I didn't know any better and you were singing, this would be SLAYER.' I'm not too hip on that."

Metal Maniacs: But can that kind of worship be flattering in a way?

Tom: "To me, it's not. Flattery is when someone creates something but it's their own. When you fucking sound just like the band you love, that's not flattery… that's copyright infringement. [Laughs]

"Kerry really pays attention and is aware of the up-and-coming bands and he's on top of the [heavy] music scene. I like all music. Kerry's really into the metal. I'm not always on top of all that. I only hear what people send to me, you know? Sometimes I get discs and they just sit there. I don't even put 'em on unless someone says to me, 'You have to listen to this.' If it's really groundbreaking and new, and it's something you hear from various people, eventually you take the time and go, 'I need to listen to this; there's too much talk about it.' Unless it's something recommended by a number of people, I won't listen to it. I like music in general. I listen to all kinds of music, and that has a big influence, I think, in how I write lyrically and what I like musically."

Metal Maniacs: Do you think you'll ever play another record in its entirety live like the band did with "Reign in Blood"? "South of Heaven" perhaps?

Tom: "It's becoming a trendy thing now. I don't know. We have some really cool albums, but I don't think we'll ever do that again."

Kerry: "Probably not. And I just don't like enough songs off 'South of Heaven'."

Metal Maniacs: Really? That's interesting.

Kerry: "I hate 'Cleanse the Soul'. That's one of the black marks in our history, in my book. I just fucking think it's horrible. [Laughs] I hate the opening riff. It's what we call a 'happy riff.' It's just like 'la-lala-la-la-la.' I can't see myself playing it, but after that, where it gets heavier, I like that section. If we ever did a medley, I'd put part of that in there. Like 'Reign in Blood' is short — 10 songs in 30 minutes — it desn't take up much of your set. I would consider 'Seasons in the Abyss', but that's a little longer, so you're alienating anybody that may hate that record. 'Seasons' is 40 minutes long. You'd have to cut out two other songs [from the set] and people might be like, 'Damn, I wish they would've played that. But now that we did 'Reign', so many people are doing the same thing we did. I heard DIO did one ['Holy Diver']."

Metal Maniacs: ANTHRAX is doing "Among the Living" on a few dates this summer.

Kerry: "Yeah, I heard about ANTHRAX. METALLICA did 'Master of Puppets'. I'm like, 'C'mon, man, can't you guys get some original fucking ideas?' [Laughs]"

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More Bands On Monterry Mexico Fest

Dark Vission Entertainment, the promoters of the 2006 Monterrey Metal Fest and Mexico's Rock Metal magazine, have announced the second-stage lineup for the third edition of the Monterrey Metal Fest, set to take place Saturday, September 23, 2006 at the Coca Cola Auditorium in the city of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.

SLAYER will headline and STRYPER will co-headline the event, which is being billed as "Hell and Heaven United". The concert, which promises to be the "biggest and baddest version yet," will feature eight of the biggest names in heavy metal music from all over the world on the main stage and 12 up-and-coming international and Mexican bands on the second stage. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

Main Stage:

SLAYER (Headliner)
STRYPER (Co-Headliner)

Second Stage:

International Bands

(TBA) (Headliner)

Mexican Bands


The final two bands (one main-stage act and the headliner of the second stage) will be announced in the coming days.

The official festival pre-party will be held on Friday, September 22, 2006 at the Cafe Iguana with mini-sets from bands that will be performing on the festival's main stage and second stage.

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Slayer Add Singapore Tour Date

Slayer are going to play at "Max Pavillion" in Singapore on October 13th. The asian tour dates now look like this:

October 13th 2006 Singapore, Max Pavillion, Singapore
October 15th 2006 Tokyo, Loud Park Festival, Japan
October 16th 2006 Tokyo, Studio Coast, Japan
October 17th 2006 Osaka, Zepp Loud Park, Japan

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Christ Illusion Enters Finnish Charts At #2

SLAYER's latest album, "Christ Illusion", has entered the Finnish national chart at position No. 2. As previously reported, "Christ Illusion" has debuted on the Australian national chart at position No. 9.

According to Hits Daily Double, "Christ Illusion" is poised to sell between 55,000 and 60,000 copies in the United States during its first week of release to land in the Top 10 on The Billboard 200 chart. The first-week U.S. chart position will be revealed on Wednesday, August 16.

"Christ Illusion" is SLAYER's first new studio album since 2001, and the first recorded by the group's original line-up — Kerry King (guitar), Tom Araya (bass, vocals), Jeff Hanneman (guitars), Dave Lombardo (drums) — since 1990's "Seasons In The Abyss". The CD was produced by Josh Abraham and executive-produced by Rick Rubin.

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Edguy and Deicide Added To Monterrey Music Fest

German power metal band EDGUY and the legendary American death metal band DEICIDE have been confirmed to perform on the main stage of the third edition of the Monterrey Metal Fest, set to take place Saturday, September 23, 2006 at the Coca Cola Auditorium in the city of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.

SLAYER will headline and STRYPER will co-headline the event, which is being billed as "Hell and Heaven United". The concert promises to be the "biggest and baddest version yet," featuring eight of the biggest names in heavy metal music from all over the world on the main stage and 12 up-and-coming international and Mexican bands on the second stage.

The official festival pre-party will be held on Friday, September 22, 2006 at the Cafe Iguana with mini-sets from bands that will be performing on the festival's main stage and second stage.

The main-stage lineup is shaping up as follows, with more bands to be confirmed:


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This Week In Metal - August 10th, 2006

Welcome to the return of This Week In Metal, a column I used to do before I was forced to take a hiatus from metalunderground.com. In this weekly column, we will update the top 10 selling albums in the metal industry (courtesy of CMJ) and the top 10 radio singles (pulled from Music Match). They use a number of sources for the list, including all satellite radio. While you may find a few bands that are too soft for the list, I assure you there will be more then enough surprises. Feel free to comment on the list and who you think is over/under-rated, what bands you expected to see and which ones you didn't. Again this column will run weekly, so be sure to check for it every Thursday in the columns area of MetalUnderground.com.

Now for the music, we will start each week with the albums. It's a good mix of what bands are bursting the underground, and some bands that have been killing for quite a while now.

1Shadows FallFallout From The War11
2SYLThe New Black 12
3All That RemainsThe Fall Of Ideas13
4DragonforceInhuman Range14
5Cattle DecapitationKarma.Bloody.Karma15
6Stone SourCome What(ever) May16
7 BTBAMThe Anatomy Of17
8CelladorEnter Deception18
9The Acacia StrainDead Walk19
10Bury Your DeadBeauty And The Breakdown110

Now for the tunes. These singles are a real who's who amongst metal right now. I find the list to be powerful and only really have one flaw. Keep in mind some songs have been out longer then others and have picked up a good fanbase on the radio, other songs have just come out and are sure to see their time at the top.

1Shadows FallWill To Rebuild11
2Stone Sour3030/15012
3Lamb of GodRedneck13
5All That RemainsThis Calling15
7Threat SignalRational Eyes17
8Celtic FrostGround.18
9Black Label SocietyConcrete Jungle19

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Kerry Kings' Interview With Blender Magazine

Blender.com recently conducted an interview with SLAYER guitarist Kerry King. A few excerpts from the chat follow:

Blender.com: What do you think of the current state of metal?

King: "Well, it's actually pretty good for now. Us, METALLICA and ANTHRAX came out a long time ago. Now we're still around, but there's a bunch of new kids starting at that level again and bringing things up. There are a lot of really good bands, like LAMB OF GOD, CHIMAIRA, ARCH ENEMY and IN FLAMES. There were a lot of pretenders when we came out, but they're not around anymore. It's not because they can't get gigs — it's just because kids know what's good and kids know what's phony."

Blender.com: How has the vibe around the scene changed over the years?

King: "I think the first time around, it was probably 99 percent dudes. Now, more chicks can say, 'Fuck you, I can listen to thrash if I want.' Girls realize it's safer than it was back then — they're not going to get gang-raped in the pit or anything."

Blender.com: Is there any place in metal for masks and makeup?

King: "Some people pull that off. SLIPKNOT — I don't mind them because they did masks correctly, if you ask me. Whether you like them or not, it doesn't affect their music. When they come to fuckin' town, they put out and it's a good show. I would go see them, myself. If you're totally behind what you're doing, I can't tell you knock it off."

Blender.com: How talented is Dave Lombardo?

King: "Have you every seen the movie 'The Natural'? That's Dave. He doesn't have to try to be good. He comes into the venue 10 or 15 minutes before we hit the stage and he doesn't warm up. He just goes and does it, after me and Jeff [Hanneman, guitarist] have been warming up for like an hour."

Blender.com: Is there a right way to headbang?

King: "I guess everybody's got their own style, but mine's pretty much forward and backward. Since I have a shaved head, I do the front-to-back and side-to-side thing, like the big 'yes' and the big 'no.'"

Blender.com: You don't need long hair to do it properly?

King: "Oh, no. If I did, I'd be fucked."

Blender.com: Speaking of epic, the artwork for the new record is incredible. We heard that you have the original, and that it's on a huge block of wood.

King: "I arranged to purchase it from the painter. Its like four feet by four feet. It's gigantic. I just found this place called Rosemary's Billygoat in L.A., too. It's like an oddities store. I went there and we found this picture made of wire. It's got some kind of small animal skull on it with a crown of thorns — it's like the wire makes up the Christ figure. We got the new song 'Skeleton Christ', so I had to have it."

Read the entire interview at Blender.com.

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Slayer Benches Removed, Signings, and AOL Station

All 17 of the bus benches sporting the cover art for Slayer's "Christ Illusion" album scattered through the city of Fullerton, CA have been eliminated. Word is that the City was getting so much attention through the press and online exposure, so they simply removed them. However, the benches are still scattered around Orange County, CA areas surrounding Fullerton. The locations of those benches are below.

Brea and Rolling Hills
Brookhurst and Commonwealth
Chapman and Ladera Vista
Commonwealth and Magnolia
Commonwealth and State College
Euclid and Commonwealth
Euclid and Fern
Commonwealth and Euclid
Imperial and Harbor
Imperial and Palm
Harbor and Bastanchury
Malvern and Adlena
Magnolia and Commonwealth
Orangethorpe and Euclid
Orangethorpe and Brookhurst
Placentia and Kimberly
State College and Orangethorpe

Slayer's KERRY KING and JEFF HANNEMAN will be visiting a few of Southern California Hot Topics stores to drop in and meet fans one-on-one and sign autographs.You can hang with Kerry and Jeff at the following locations tomorrow, August 8 for the release of Slayer's "Christ Illusion": More...

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Stream Full Slayer, Unearth Albums on AOL Music

AOL Music is streaming some of this week's releases in full including Slayer's "Christ Illusion" and Unearth's "III: In The Eyes Of Fire":

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Slayer Interview Posted Online

SLAYER's entire appearance on "The Henry Rollins Show" — including live performances of the songs "Cult" and "Disciple" (which didn't air on the original program), and an interview with all four members of the group — has been made available for viewing online at this location.

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Christian Hard Rockers Stryper To Open For Slayer

Reunited Christian hard rockers STRYPER and the legendary Spain-based heavy metal metal band WARCRY have been confirmed to perform on the main stage of the third edition of the Monterrey Metal Fest, set to take place Saturday, September 23, 2006 at the Coca Cola Auditorium in the city of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. SLAYER will headline the event, which promises to be the "biggest and baddest version yet," featuring "6-7 of the biggest names in heavy metal music from all over the world on the main stage and 6-7 up and coming bands on the second stage," according to a press release.

The official festival pre-party will be held on Friday, September 22, 2006 at the Cafe Iguana with mini-sets from bands that will be performing on the festival's main stage and second stage.

For more information, visit www.mmf.com.mx.

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Slayer's Entire "Christ Illusion" Album Streaming

Thrash metal pioneers Slayer have a full album stream available for their upcoming full length "Christ Illusion," is due out August 8th, 2006.

You can stream the entire album, "Christ Illusion," on Slayer's MySpace page here. The tracklisting and ordering shown on their MySpace page follows:

1. Flesh Storm
2. Catalyst
3. Eyes of the Insane
4. Jihad
5. Skeleton Christ
6. Consfearacy
7. Catatonic
8. Black Serenade
9. Cult
10. Supremist

The initially leaked tracklisting contained mention of an additional track "Final Six," which does not appear in this list.

As previously reported, Slayer will soon be filming a war themed video for their track "Eyes Of The Insane" with director Tony Petrossian (Killswitch Engage, Slipknot).

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Slayer's "Skeleton Christ" Premeired Online

A brand new SLAYER track, entitled "Skeleton Christ", was premiered Tuesday night (August 1) on the "Mike Davies Rock Show" on BBC Radio 1. You can listen to a replay of the program at this location (the SLAYER track appears at around the 19:06:30 mark).

Tune in to HEADBANGERS BALL this Saturday, August 5 when SLAYER'S Kerry King will guest host the program. And it just gets better as HBB will cut its show short this weekend to devote the 11:30PM - Midnight slot to air "The Unholy Alliance Tour Special." The half-hour, exclusive-to-HBB program was shot last month when the six-week, "Unholy Alliance Tour" came to Vancouver, BC. The special features interviews plus live-in-concert and behind-the-scenes footage of the entire lineup - tour headliner SLAYER, as well as Lamb of God, Mastodon, Children of Bodom, and Thine Eyes Bleed.

In other Slayer news, Sirius Radio's "Hard Attack" will present "Eternity of Slayer," six days of "all things Slayer" that celebrates 25 years of metallic dominance. The show begins TONIGHT, Thursday, August 3 at 7PM ET and runs through to Tuesday, August 8 when the band's new album, "Christ Illusion" is released. Slayer's Kerry King will be on hand for the special. During "Eternity of Slayer," Hard Attack will play Slayer once every hour, counting down the top six Slayer songs of all time as voted by the show's listeners (1-877-33-SIRIUS, 27 for Hard Attack, then press 2 for Slayer song list).

Also, as part of "Eternity of Slayer," Sirius will air "The Sounds of Kerry F*&kin' King," a one-hour special where King sounds off on anything and everything and plays whatever the hell he wants.

South American Tour dates have been finalized. Here's their entire listing or foutr dates so far: More...

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Photo Of Slayer's Offensive Bus Benches Online

BLABBERMOUTH.NET has obtained a photo of one of the offending SLAYER bus benches scattered throughout the city of Fullerton, California which have caused city officials to demand their removal. The 17 bus benches, which "went up" this past weekend, are promoting SLAYER's new album, "Christ Illusion". This past Monday (July 31), the city officials called the company that the group's record label (American) hired to put the ads in place, demanding that they remove the SLAYER ad/artwork, reportedly because they did not like the name of the band, which they feel refers to a murderer. They are also apparently offended by the antichrist and skull logo on the bench artwork.

Check out a photo of one of the SLAYER bus benches at this location.

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Slayer To Record Video For New Single

Slayer will soon be filming a war themed video for their track "Eyes Of The Insane" with director Tony Petrossian (Killswitch Engage, Slipknot). The track is taken from the bands new album "Christ Illusion", which is on course for an August 08th release date through American/Warner.

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MTV Shares Their Top Ten Greatest Metal Bands

MTV Overdrive has a feature on the debate that took place when MTV set out to come up with the top ten greatest metal bands list. Here's a summary of the process:

"We reached out to the most passionate and knowledgable metal fans working at MTV and asked them to send us their individual picks for the 10 greatest, with the only criteria being "whatever greatness means to you." Some feel that the influence a band had on others is the most important factor in judging greatness; others say the strength of the albums is the primary concern; and some believe the power of a band's live performance is the ultimate measure. We did not care what each participants criteria was; we only asked them to vote from their hearts."

"In part two, we gathered everyone together, showed them the results, and asked them to either stand by it, or change it as they saw fit, the only rule being that a majority had to vote in favor of every change. The discussion and debate over the rankings is what you see in the Overdrive show."

"In such debate lies much geekdom and fun, and MTV's metal brain trust — our panel of experts, consisting of nine die-hard, longtime fans — had a blast conjuring and debating this list."

The resulting list of the greatest metal bands follows, but be sure to check out the video because it was actually an interesting discussion.

1. Black Sabbath
2. Judas Priest
3. Metallica
4. Iron Maiden
5. Pantera
6. Slayer
7. AC/DC
8. Motorhead
9. Kiss
10. Motley Crue

Read the full article at MTV.com.

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Slayer Drummer Slams Shadows Fall Drummer

Cam Lindsay of Canada's Exclaim! magazine recently conducted an interview with SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo. A few excerpts from the chat follow:

Exclaim!: What are your current fixations?

Lombardo: "Right now it's music and it's been that for a while: rhythm and music, immersing myself in as much good stuff as possible. There's a Bulgarian band TARAF DE HAIDOUKS and their album 'Band of Gypsies'. Their music is fast and resembles the intensity and the speed of SLAYER. It's a whole different genre, gypsy folk music. But let me tell you, it's some of the fastest stuff that I've ever heard in my life. I'm just intrigued by these guys who enjoy playing fast like we do, so there's a common thread there. It gives you a good rush."

Exclaim!: What has been your most memorable or inspirational gig and why?

Lombardo: "In Paris at a jazz festival. I played there with John Zorn and Bill Laswell, the dub producer, and Fred Frith, the guitar player/sound effects guy. We did an improv there that brought the people to their feet — it was just amazing. We clicked so well that night that I don't think it was ever recreated again. That showed what could come out from your inside naturally — a musical experience that only happens not very often."

Exclaim!: What have been your career highs and lows?

Lombardo: "Career lows would probably be leaving SLAYER and starting my next band [GRIP INC.]. When I was trying to think of what kind of music I was going to do. I didn't know, so it took four or five years till I released 'Power of Inner Strength'. I think I've been consistently at a high point since 1999, at least personally I feel like I've been up there since then, when FANTÔMAS started. The one year [1999] that I did 'Vivaldi: The Meeting', which was me playing drums to some chamber instruments and soprano singers, I did FANTÔMAS, TESTAMENT, GRIP INC. and I released my drum methods book. Ever since that point I got to a certain height and I think I'm still up there, which is kind of cool."

Exclaim!: What's the meanest thing ever said to you before, during or after a gig?

Lombardo: "The meanest thing that was done to me was being tackled by security guards at L'Amour in Brooklyn in, I don't know what year, 1985 or '86? I was with the crowd, throwing my sticks and pretending I was going to jump in the crowd, and the security guys came up and just grabbed me. I kept fighting them away, we knocked down these Marshall stacks and we got down to the floor and he let me go. I said, 'You son of a bitch, I'm in the band!' and he turned around and punched me in the face. That's the worst situation that ever happened to me."

Exclaim!: What should everyone shut up about?

Lombardo: "I'm trying to watch my words; this is a hard one. Jason Bittner. SHADOWS FALL. Sorry, I just have two drum magazines here and I guess he's getting a good profile. I've known him for years, ever since he was a little kid. But come on!"

Exclaim!: What traits do you most like and most dislike about yourself?

Lombardo: "I drink a lot of coffee and Red Bull so I'm bubbly. I like that trait. I hate when I have bad days. I don't react well."

Exclaim!: What advice should you have taken, but did not?

Lombardo: "To stay in technical drafting. No, probably to learn the piano when I was a kid. I don't know it fluently, but I can play it and make up my own stuff. When you're a child you've learned all the hard stuff that you don't want to remember now. At that time, you're like a sponge so you remember everything that you're taught. And then it becomes second nature when you're an adult.

Exclaim!: What are your feelings on piracy, Internet or otherwise?

Lombardo: "It sucks if you don't write any of the music because those musicians get royalties from the whole record being sold. So, I think downloads do suck."

Exclaim!: What makes you want to take it off and get it on?

Lombardo: "My wife does, man. My wife Theresa, man, she really makes me want to take it off and get it on. I'll see her up in Vancouver and I already have a boner."

Exclaim!: What has been your strangest celebrity encounter?

Lombardo: "There was a time where I met Bono [from U2] that was really funny he was with Gwen Stefani. I walked up to him and said, 'Hey, I'm Dave Lombardo from SLAYER.' And he goes, 'You're the drummer, right?' I go, 'Yeah.' Then he just says, 'Oh…' And that was it."

Read the entire interview at www.exclaim.ca.

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Watch Slayer's Performance of "Disciple" Online

A web-exclusive video clip of SLAYER performing the track "Disciple" on the set of "The Henry Rollins Show" has been posted online.

SLAYER recently taped a performance of the track "Cult" for the program, which will air this Saturday night, July 29 at 10:00 p.m. EST on the IFC (Independent Film Channel). An encore presentation of the program is scheduled for Thursday, August 3 at 11:00 p.m.

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Eternity of Slayer To Air Next Week

Sirius Satellite Radio's "Hard Attack" (Sirius 27) will present an "Eternity of Slayer" — six days of all things SLAYER with guitarist Kerry King! A program description follows: "Worship at the altar of SLAYER every hour as Hard Attack celebrates 25 years of metallic dominance all leading up to the release of their new masterpiece, 'Christ Illusion', in stores August 8th. 'Eternity of Slayer' is six days of SLAYER every hour, the top six SLAYER songs of all time as voted on by YOU (1-877-33-SIRIUS, 27 for Hard Attack, then press 2 for SLAYER song list) and the chance to score one of six 'Slaytanic' prize packs that include autographed CDs, DVDs, shirts and more! Listen to hear 'The Sounds of Kerry Fuckin' King', a one-hour, ass-kicking where Kerry sounds off on anything and everything and plays whatever the hell he wants to. You'll also catch an exclusive interview with the guitar god and hear the Hard Attack staff and YOU recount stories on how SLAYER help mold us into the metalheads we are today. It's an 'Eternity of Slayer', and it's guaranteed to satisfy every SLAYER fan from coast to coast!"

"Eternity of Slayer" will kick off on Thursday, August 3 at 7:00 a.m. EST and will run through Tuesday, August 8 at 11:00 p.m. EST.

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