SLAYER's KERRY KING To Sign Autographs At Las Vegas Supercross Finals

SLAYER guitarist Kerry King and the "godfather" of freestyle motocross, Mike Metzger, will sign autographs at the Jägermeister pit area this Saturday, May 2, 2009 at the Las Vegas Supercross at Sam Boyd Stadium.

Kerry King has been hard at work in the studio with his fellow bandmates putting the finishing touches on the next SLAYER album, the follow-up to the 2006 Grammy award-winning "Christ Illusion". SLAYER is set to co-headline this summer's Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival with MARILYN MANSON.

Be sure to check out live performances from BIG B and the SIN CITY SINNERS on the Jägermeister Mobile Stage at the Jägermeister Pit Area throughout the afternoon.

The supercross "Party At The Pits" kicks off at 12:00 p.m. (noon) this Saturday, May 2 at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.


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