September 24, 2017

Slayer in Manila

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  • Two-time Grammy Award-winning thrash metal legends Slayer is set to perform in Manila for the first time on October 11, 2017 at the KIA Theatre in Cubao, Quezon City.

    Presented by PULP Live World, witness heavy metal history as bassist and vocalist Tom Araya, guitarist Kerry King, guitarist Gary Holt, and drummer Paul Bostaph perform their timeless anthems such as “Angel of Death,” “Raining Blood,” “War Ensemble,” “South of Heaven,” and many more.

    Formed in 1981 in Huntington Park, California, with the original line-up including guitarist Jeff Hanneman (deceased) and drummer Dave Lombardo, the band is considered as one of the Big Four of thrash metal along with Megadeth, Anthrax, and Metallica.

    Their latest full-length album Repentless was released on September 11, 2015 and is the first album to feature the newest members in the line-up, Gary Holt (formerly of Exodus) and Paul Bostaph (formerly of Exodus and Testament).

    Tickets are priced at Php 7,500 for VIP A tickets, Php 6,000 for VIP B, Php 3,500 for lodge tickets, and Php 2,500 for Balcony tickets. Tickets are available at all TicketNet outlets and online at ticketnet.com.ph or call 02-911-5555.

     

    Details:

    What: Slayer in Manila

    When: October 11, 2017

    Where: KIA Theatre, Cubao, Quezon City.

    Ticket Details: Available at all TicketNet outlets and online at ticketnet.com.ph or call 911-5555


    Written by Pia Ramirez, Philippine Primer intern
    Source: PULP Live World

               
               
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