According to LAMC Productions, SLAYER will perform at Max Pavillion in Singapore on October 13. Tickets go on sale August 14 at Sistic. Prices are $125, $85 and $60 (general admission).
As previously reported, SLAYER has been confirmed for the Loud Park 06 festival, set to take place October 14-15, 2006 at the Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Halls 9-11 in Tokyo, Japan.
SLAYER's entire appearance on "The Henry Rollins Show" — including live performances of the songs "Cult" and "Disciple" (which didn't air on the original program), and an interview with all four members of the group — has been made available for viewing online at this location.
SLAYER is streaming its new album, "Christ Illusion" (due out today, August 8), in its entirety on the band's official MySpace page.
"Christ Illusion" is SLAYER's first new studio album since 2001, and the first recorded by the band's original line-up — Kerry King (guitar), Tom Araya (bass, vocals), Jeff Hanneman (guitars), Dave Lombardo (drums) — since 1990's "Seasons In The Abyss". "Christ Illusion" was produced by Josh Abraham and executive-produced by Rick Rubin.
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