Slayer Las Vegas Tickets
Slayer have recently announced the last leg of their 2019 farewell tour and Slayer Las Vegas tickets are bound to sell out fast. The band will be joined by other bands and singers including Primus, Phillip Anselmo and The Illegals, and Ministry. After the selling out of the final tour date, the band was prompted to announce another two dates on The Final Frontier tour. After the end of their North American tour, Slayer will also be performing in Canada, Germany, and South America. Slayer surprised fans in 2018 when they announced a final tour. The plan was to play 140 shows in 30 countries but because of audiences massive support, another show was planned.
The Band's Inception
The band was formed in 1981 in California by two of its members, Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman and has thrilled audiences since. The thrash metal band legends rose to prominence after their album, "Reign in Blood" in 1986 - just five years after they formed. Soon after, they were credited as one of the Big Four in the industry, with Metallica, Megadeth, and Anthrax.
Since then, the band members have sung and written on Satanism, torture, Nazism, religion and other topics. However, the band continues to embody the rebellious spirit of metal singers, which has only popularized them further with their target audience.
"A Vulgar Display of Pantera"
The band will be performing "A Vulgar Display of Pantera" with other singers and songwriters. Before the announcement of the final tour, they expressed that their final tour is to honor their fans and their consistent support of Slayer's music over the last four decades. Apart from their Las Vegas show, the bands official website confirms that they plan to perform in Los Angles, Oakland, Colorado Springs, Columbus, Louisville, New York Salem and other select cities across the nation. Slayer Las Vegas tickets are available for sale now.