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Slayer Profiled By The National Museum Of History For "Places Of Musical Innovation" Exhibit

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The Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of History just posted a profile of Slayer and the origins of thrash as part of its "Places of Musical Innovation" exhibit. Check it out below.

Slayer's new album, "Repentless," is set for a 9/11/15 release and pre-orders are up now at this location.

Be sure to also check out the title track off the album by heading over here.

For those following all the controversy and back and forth sniping about this year's Mayhem festival, Gary Holt and Paul Bostaph also just entered they fray.

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1. Blindgreed1 writes:

That's pretty epic.

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2. Albert cro writes:

Slayer deserve it .

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