Slayer Announce 2016 US Tour DatesTestament and Carcass are set to open on all dates.
Slayer's Kerry King Talks Metallica, Ponders Relevance of New Albums'When you think about it, it’s kind of like us. You don’t have to put out a new record,”
[Internet Roundup] Don't Talk PSA, Man Hand Farts Raining Blood + MoreOn this edition of the Internet Roundup: Coach Taylor’s PSA, a man farts Slayer’s “Raining Blood,” Uptown Funk sung by the movies, News F Ups, an Honest Trailer of Fantastic Four, Jimmy Kimmel’s This Week in Unnecessary Censorship and more!
Slayer Announce 'Repentless,' First Album Without Jeff HannemanComing out on Sept. 11. Weirdly, it's not their first 9/11 album release.
Slayer: Metal Heroes Divided and DevotedThey've survived Nazi allegations, lawsuits, nu metal, releasing an album on 9/11, and hellacious touring cycles. But can they make it through their biggest challenge of all?
Slayer, King Diamond to Headline Mayhem FestivalHellyeah and the Devil Wears Prada are also on the bill.
Throwback Thursday: Kevin Annoys You Slayer Edition Part IIKevin Annoys You Slayer Edition Part II: This time it's personal.
Throwback Thursday: Kevin Annoys You Slayer EditionWe remember the time Kevin REALLY annoyed us.
Throwback Thursday: Kevin & Psycho Mike At A SLAYER Show Parking LotKevin and Psycho Mike Brave the parking lot of the most powerful musical force on Earth: SLAYER
[Internet Roundup] The Walking Drunk, An Honest Trailer Of Fight Club, Sara X Does Mozart + MoreOn this edition of the Internet Roundup: An Honest Trailer of Fight Club, Sara X performs Mozart like you would want to see it, dancing Kevin entertains at the Blue Jackets game and more.
Chicago's Riot Fest Reveals Daily LineupsChicago's Riot Fest has announced the daily breakdown for their fest, taking place Sept. 12-14. Opening day on Friday will be anchored by Jane's Addiction, Slayer, The Offspring, Gogol Bordello, Pussy Riot, and Rise Against.
Chicago's Riot Fest Reveals Huge Lineup: The Cure, Slayer, Wu-Tang Clan, More to PerformOrganizers of Chicago's Riot Fest have announced their 10th-anniversary lineup, featuring more than 100 acts and headlining performances from The Cure, Slayer, and Wu-Tang Clan.