SLAYER Drummer Completes 'Dawn Of The Dead' Recording Session

SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo recently completed a one-day recording session for the soundtrack to the upcoming remake of the horror film classic "Dawn of the Dead". "It was absolutely amazing!" Dave said of working with Tyler Bates, composer of the Universal release. A blood-and-guts classic! Working with Tyler Bates was a great experience." The movie will receive a theatrical release on March 19. Check out the trailer here.

As previously reported, GRIP INC., the "forward-thinking" metal outfit featuring Lombardo, will release their fourth studio album, "Incorporated", on March 16 in the U.S. through SPV Records. Meanwhile, Dave and SLAYER have been hard at work on the follow-up to 2001's "God Hates Us All", due later in the year.


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