The metal gods are back in action with a vengeance...

SLAYER have announced details of a US tour to support their new album, ‘GOD HATES US ALL’.

The album, which was recorded last winter in Vancouver with Matt Hyde who produced the Slayer track ‘Bloodline’ for the ‘Dracula 2000’ soundtrack, is released in the US on July 10 (the previous day in the UK) through American Recordings.

While the tracklisting has yet to be finalised, according to US sources, tracks which are set to be included on ‘God Hates Us All’ include ‘God Send Death’, ‘Seven Faces’, ‘Cast Down’, ‘New Faith’, ‘Deviants’, ‘Here Comes the Pain’, ‘Threshold’, ‘Blood Line’, ‘Disciple’ and ‘Addict’.


The ‘Extreme Steel Tour’ kicks off on June 20 with Slayer sharing the bill with Pantera , StaticX, Skrape and Morbid Angel.

The dates are:

Coliseum, New Haven, CT (June 20)

Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY (21)

First Union Center, Philadelphia, PA (22)

The Centrum, Worcester, MA (23)


Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, ONT (25)

Civic Arena, Huntington, WVA (27)

Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI(29)

Detroit, MI (30)

CSU Convocation Center, Cleveland, OH (July 1)

Allstate Arena, Chicago, IL (3)

Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, MN (5)

Fargodome, Fargo, ND (6)

U.S. Cellular Arena, Cedar Rapids, IA (8)

KC Auditorium Arena, Kansas City, MO (9)

Denver Coliseum, Denver, CO (11)

Smirnoff Music Center, Dallas, TX (14)

America West Arena, Phoenix, AZ (17)

Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV (18)

Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA (19)

Cox Arena, San Diego, CA (21)

Centennial Garden, Bakersfield, CA (22)

Compaq Center, San Jose, CA (23)

Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA (25)

Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (26)

As reported on NME.COM last week, they also appear on the Tattoo The Planet tour in the UK at Birmingham NIA on September 14, Wembley Arena on 15 and Glasgow SECC on 16.


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