Slayer’s farewell tour stopped at the “World’s Most Famous Arena” on November 9th.
Director BJ McDonnell’s short narrative film is accompanied by footage of an entire Slayer concert from 2015.
The month-long outing features Primus, Ministry, and Philip Anselmo & The Illegals in support roles.
In a genre where there are thousands of frightful tracks to choose from, these are 13 of the scariest.
The thrash metal masterpiece was released October 7th, 1986.
The film will screen for one night only on November 8th in over 1,500 theaters worldwide.
The Repentless Killogy is due out November 8th via Nuclear Blast.
Tool, Slipknot, and Slayer fall tours promise a head-banging end to the year.
Also featuring Nick Lowe, Glassjaw, Against Me!, Hot Water Music, and Bloc Party.
Bikini Kill, Ween, and Patti Smith also captivated Chicago audiences this weekend.
The film and the album will both be released on November 8th.
The band was set to sponsor the No. 54 car at this weekend’s race in Bristol, Tennessee.