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Slayer Enters The Record Studio For New Album

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After the departure of Dave Lombardo and the death of Jeff Hanneman, the legendary Slayer has finally entered the studio and is working on a new full-length record.

This new release will follow 2009's "World Painted Blood." No details have been released yet as far as a release date, album title, or track listing.

The band has also been posting a series of studio photos online (check out one below). You can see the stills recently posted online by heading over to the Slayer Facebook profile here.

Further details are forthcoming, so keep your eyes on the news feed!

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1. Albert cro writes:

Can't wait for new album.

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2. spiral_architect writes:

PROMISING NEWS!

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3. Blindgreed1 writes:

I'm skeptical about this one...

# Aug 29, 2014 @ 4:42 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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4. Keef J (UK) writes:

Exciting news! Let's hope this is the begginning of a bright new dawn for Slayer. Jeff is gone & there's no Dave Lombardo but that doesn't mean it's the end. Life has to go on & there's no reason why the new album can't be one of their best.

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5. omatron writes:

Are they a 3 piece now?

Or is Gary H pulling double duty officially?

# Aug 30, 2014 @ 5:39 PM ET | IP Logged Reveal posts originating from the same IP address
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6. Michael D. writes:

I recently saw Slayer in Denver. I have been a die hard fan for 30 years. Sadly, in my opinion, Gary can't cut the mustard. Slayer has turned into the 'Tom and Kerry' show. I feel that it is maybe time for Mr. Araya and Mr. King to consider retirement. They've had a great run ,with three decades of aggression. \m/

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7. Fear_Of_Napalm writes:

I'm a long time Slayer fan, so of course I'm looking forward to this release. Without Jeff though, it's not the same. I know there's a lot of opinions regarding this, but I'll make my mind up once I hear more. 'Implode' was ok, nothing amazing.

Fingers crossed this release is beyond awesome!

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