SLAYER Drummer In Snowboard Movie; Video Available

SLAYER drummer Dave Lombardo has contributed to the soundtrack of "9191", a sideways introspective into the bewildering snow-covered dreamscape of international time traveler and mystic of the shred — Gigi Rüf. Every year, Gigi circles the stratosphere in the name of snowboarding and "9191" is the accumulation of his visions from a season, documented in 16mm film, super 8, and highly defined video.

The full part of the movie featuring Lombardo's drumming can be seen at this location.

"9191" is a 22-minute film with an original soundtrack composed by Piers Baron. It is the first-ever snowboard movie to have an original score from start to finish and features many high-profile musical guests, including Lombardo, Oliver Ackermann (A PLACE TO BURY STRANGERS), Mike Conte (EARLY MAN), Hesta Prynn, and Jaime Lynn (KANDI CODED).

"9191" was filmed around the globe in New Zealand, Austria, Switzerland, Jackson Hole, Chile and Alaska. Throughout the film, Gigi was joined by friends and teammates: Wille Yli-Luoma, Bryan Iguchi, Luke Mitrani, Curtis Ciszek, Blair Habenicht, Nicolas Muller, Jake Blauvelt, Wolle Nyvelt and others.

The "9191" original soundtrack was produced and composed by Baron, exclusively for Volcom Entertainment.

Photos from the "9191" soundtrack recording sessions — featuring Dave Lombardo — can be viewed at this location.

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