SLAYER, AMON AMARTH, TRIVIUM Members Interviewed By ROCK HARD Magazine; Video Available

Tom Araya (SLAYER), Johan Hegg (AMON AMARTH) and Matt Heafy (TRIVIUM) took part in a joint interview with Germany's Rock Hard magazine during the recently completed "The Unholy Alliance: Chapter III" European tour (which also featured MASTODON). Watch the 12-minute chat below.

The UK portion of the "The Unholy Alliance: Chapter III" tour was co-headlined by SLAYER and TRIVIUM, with SLAYER closing all shows. The mainland Europe portion was headlined by SLAYER, with TRIVIUM as "special guest."

The SLAYER-headlined "Unholy Alliance Chapter II: Preaching To The Perverted" European tour took place in 2006. Other bands that took part in the trek were IN FLAMES, LAMB OF GOD, CHILDREN OF BODOM and THINE EYES BLEED.


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