SLAYER, LAMB OF GOD, MASTODON On 'Unholy Alliance' DVD; Release Date Announced

SLAYER has compiled footage from last year's Unholy Alliance Tour with LAMB OF GOD and MASTODON for a DVD that will be released on October 30 via American Recordings. Directed by Adam Rothlein (Speedway Films), "Unholy Alliance Tour" captures the July 13, 2006, stop in Vancouver, British Columbia, and also includes footage of the other two acts on the bill, CHILDREN OF BODOM and THINE EYES BLEED. Behind-the-scenes clips and interviews, many of which were conducted by the bandmembers, round out the set.

Watch SLAYER's July 13, 2006 performance in Vancouver, British Columbia:

"Blood Red": Windows / Quicktime
"Cult": Windows / Quicktime
"Eyes of the Insane": Windows / Quicktime

SLAYER's concert at the San Diego Sports Arena on Saturday, August 25, 2007 was streamed live on YeboTV, a next-generation web-based TV network.

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The San Diego concert was a stop on SLAYER's current North American co-headline trek with MARILYN MANSON and is in support of the release of SLAYER's "Christ Illusion, Special Limited Edition" (American Recordings) CD/DVD which hit stores in U.S. and globally on July 24.

SLAYER's "Christ Illusion" reissue contains the previously unreleased cut "The Final Six", as well as an alternate version of "Black Serenade". It also boasts a bonus DVD called "Slayer on Tour '07" which includes the "Eyes of the Insane" video; a live rendition of the band's 1988 LP track "South of Heaven" that was shot in Vancouver, British Columbia, on last year's "Unholy Alliance" run; and a behind-the-scenes, five-minute documentary-style montage of footage shot earlier this year when the band performed in Florida and Australia.


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