SLAYER: 'Apocalypse' Box Set Preview Posted Online

Several clips from SLAYER's forthcoming "Soundtrack To The Apocalypse" box set have been posted online in streaming Windows Media and Real Video formats. Check them out:

"God Send Death" (Live at Belfort Festival in Belfort, France — July 5, 2003):

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"War Ensemble" (Live at Pine Knob Amphitheater in Clarkston, Michigan — June 22, 1991):

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"Jesus Saves" (Live at The Ritz in New York City — December 8, 1986):

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As previously reported, "Soundtrack To The Apocalypse" (due on November 25 through American Recordings/Ume) includes tracks spanning every SLAYER album since 1986, soundtrack cuts, Japan-only tracks, more than a dozen rarities, and a DVD of live performances spanning 20 years, all digitally remastered. The deluxe edition adds a full-length concert CD from SLAYER's 2002 "God Hates Us All" tour stop in Anaheim, California, presented in a "blood pack" sleeve (with faux blood and floating skulls). The tour was the band's first with original drummer Dave Lombardo since 1992. The deluxe edition also includes a wall banner and replica backstage laminate. Both editions have an extensive, 60-page booklet spotlighting a history based on interviews with each bandmember and long-time producer Rick Rubin.

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