Slayer - North American Tour With Rob Zombie, Exodus

Get ready for hell on earth, because for the first time since they tour together on Ozzfest 1999, Rob Zombie and Slayer are teaming up to hit the road, bringing a glorious purgatory to fans in 12 North American cities.

Both Zombie and Slayer will present their full headline sets at every show, and both bands will close shows over the course of the tour. San Francisco's thrash-metal band Exodus has been confirmed to open all shows.

Said Slayer's Kerry King: "We haven't toured with Zombie since Ozzfest 1999, so you can expect no less than 'hell on earth'. Total sonic annihilation and a visual bludgeoning. Bring your own body bag..."

"Total destruction on stage and off is what this combination promises," states Zombie, "Seriously, how much more Hell could you ask for? The answer is none more Hell."

Slayer has been performing its classic 1990 Seasons In the Abyss album in its entirety over the past several months, but will instead draw from its entire 30-year catalogue for this tour's setlist. Never one to play it safe, Zombie will be bringing his legendary stage show out in full force. Audiences can expect an exploding non-stop barrage of sin, sex and Satan guaranteed to rip your face off. This a truerock and roll spectacle at its finest.

Hell On Earth Tour:

Jul. 20 - Sovereign Center, Reading, PA
Jul. 22 - DTE Amphitheatre, Detroit, MI
Jul. 23 - Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA
Jul. 24 - Heavy T.O. at Downsview Park, Toronto, ON - Canada
Jul. 27 - MTS Centre, Winnipeg, MB - Canada
Jul. 29 - Credit Union Centre, Saskatoon, SK - Canada
Jul. 30 - Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary, AB - Canada
Jul. 31 - Rexall Place, Edmonton, AB - Canada
Aug. 02 - Save-On-Foods Memorial Center, Victoria, BC - Canada
Aug. 03 - Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC - Canada
Aug. 05 - Rose Quarter Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR
Aug. 06 - WaMu Theatre, Seattle, WA

Band profile: Slayer
Event: Hell On Earth Tour
Posted: 28.03.2011 by Thryce


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28.03.2011 - 13:51
Troy Killjoy
The answer is NONE more hell.

Shame Exodus are limited to "opening act".
Prettier than BloodTears.
28.03.2011 - 17:05
Warbringer would have been an appropriate opener, without a doubt.
28.03.2011 - 18:12
Lit. Metalhead
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I am SO there.
28.03.2011 - 18:25
Doc G.
Full Grown Hoser
Written by Troy Killjoy on 28.03.2011 at 13:51

The answer is NONE more hell.

Shame Exodus are limited to "opening act".

Shame? They're the smallest band there. Besides, I heard Mr.Zombie puts on one helluva live show.
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28.03.2011 - 19:53
Yes, shame. They've sold the least of the 3. Yet any metal fan knows record sales aren't what matters.
28.03.2011 - 22:44
Written by Lonniehaskel on 28.03.2011 at 19:53

Yes, shame. They've sold the least of the 3. Yet any metal fan knows record sales aren't what matters.

28.03.2011 - 22:56
Metal George
Sounds badass! Hope they come to California.
28.03.2011 - 23:28
ANOTHER North American tour? Come on, you did that last year. It's time for a South America tour!
28.03.2011 - 23:53
Captain Obvious
Nice to know that Exodus is gonna be playing Heavy TO now. This almost makes up for Billy Talent's appearance, but not completely...
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29.03.2011 - 02:23
LeChron James
I think Slayer needs to chill the fuck out for a little while and make sure all their members are intact to perform. And on another note, I didn't know Rob Zombie still made music, i thought it was just making shitty "horror" movies nowadays.
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29.03.2011 - 07:09
...And they go nowhere near NC. I hate life.

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