SLAYER: West Coast Make-Up Dates Announced!

SLAYER will be performing at 4th & B in San Diego, California on April 30th and at The Grove in Anaheim, California on Wednesday, May 1st and Thursday, May 2nd. Tickets for the Anaheim shows will reportedly go on sale on March 9th at 10:00 AM. These shows are make-up dates for the gigs originally cancelled in the wake of the tragic death of frontman Tom Araya's father, who passed away on February 6th after suffering a heart attack. It is presumed that SLAYER will be performing the above-mentioned concerts with their as-yet-undetermined new drummer, although a possibility apparently exists that original sticksman Dave Lombardo may once again join his old bandmates for the west coast trek and the subsequent Ozzfest appearances in Europe.


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