SLAYER, AUDREY HORNE, ENSLAVED Members Talk Christmas; Video Available

Members of SLAYER, AUDREY HORNE and ENSLAVED are featured in a Metal Hammer Christmas video special which can be viewed at this location.

A couple of video excepts are available below.

The members of SLAYER spent a couple of weeks in a Southern California recording studio in October tracking three new songs, including "Psychopathy Red". The Jeff Hanneman-penned song gives a chilling look into the twisted mind of Andrei Chikatilo, a notorious Russian serial killer.

AUDREY HORNE is the Norwegian hard rock/post-grunge band featuring members of ENSLAVED, I and SAHG.

The group released its second album, "Le Fol", in continental Europe in February 2008. The CD was nominated in the "Metal" category at the 36th annual Spellemann awards (the Norwegian equivalent to the Grammy Awards).


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