SLAYER: San Diego Concert To Be Streamed Online

YeboTV, a next generation web-based TV network, announced today that it will stream SLAYER's concert at the San Diego Sports Arena on Saturday, August 25 starting just before 8:00 p.m. PDT. This will be a live, real-time stream viewable to fans globally on In addition, fans can access the broadcast on,, and

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

"YeboTV is the first of its kind to offer streaming of this magnitude," said Cheryl Shaver, VP of Music Business Development for YeboTV. "With our cutting-edge technology and multiple cameras in-and-around the venue, we can offer SLAYER fans the complete experience of being at a live show in real-time."

In addition to viewing the show live, fans will have a virtual all-access pass to the behind-the-scenes locations and activities leading up to the concert. will have five cameras posted at various locations at the San Diego Sports Arena, and fans can choose if they want to check out catering, watch the stage be set up, or see the members of SLAYER arrive, as examples. In addition, YeboTV will have five video chat rooms where fans can converse about the show in real-time. Details for when these exciting features will go live can be found at the site.

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Beginning today, August 1, SLAYER fans can access daily video updates from the tour on their profile pages — including interviews with the band and highlights from the tour leading up to the August 25 webcast.

Features include:

* Stream is viewable globally on multiple sites, including,, and
* Multiple cameras inside and around the venue
* Pre-show interviews
* Backstage footage and stage set up
* 5 chat rooms (only on


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