Multi-Camera Footage Of Slayer Performing “Hell Awaits” In San Jose, California

In the video below, enjoy a five camera mix of Slayer performing “Hell Awaits” during their August 26 show at the SAP Center in San Jose, California.

Plans are already underway for Slayer to take its Final World Tour to South America, Australia and Japan in 2019.  But there will be more, plenty more.  2019 is twelve months long, and the world is a big place.  Additional tour Legs will be announced soon.

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Remaining Nirvana Members Reunite For A Cover Of The Vaselines‘ “Molly’s Lips“ At Foo Fighters’ Seattle, WA Show

In the video below Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic, Nirvana’s two surviving members, rock the same stadium again Saturday night in Seattle, as their bands played Safeco Field.

“You haven’t aged a day,” quipped Grohl, rock’s reigning goofball, as the unassuming Novoselic quietly walked on stage with a still-handed wave. With that, Foo Fighters — which also includes former Nirvana touring member Pat Smear — blasted through a spunky rendition of “Molly’s Lips,” the Vaselines cover made more famous when Nirvana’s version landed on the grunge heroes’ “Incesticide” rarities compilation. Via Seattle Times

 

Slayer’s Final World Tour Will Extend Into 2019

“We always knew this tour would take us into 2019,” said Slayer’s Kerry King, “and we’ve been blown away by the response we’ve been getting here in North America.   We’ve heard about fans who have driven five, six hours, or flown in from other cities or countries to see us, so we want to assure our fans that we’ll be on the road through 2019 and will get to as many places around the world as possible to make it easier for everyone to come and see us one last time.”
To date, Slayer’s Final World Tour has consisted of Leg One and the just-wrapped Leg Two in North America, with Leg Three taking the band to the UK and Europe from November 1 through to December 8, 2018.  The band’s announced itinerary also has them headlining Mexico’s ForceFest on October 7, 2018, and Hellfest Open Air in France on June 23, 2019.
Plans are already underway for Slayer to take its Final World Tour to South America, Australia and Japan in 2019.  But there will be more, plenty more.  2019 is twelve months long, and the world is a big place.  Additional tour Legs will be announced soon.
“I just want to take the time out to say thank you to all our fans who have made this first part of this tour phenomenal,” said Tom Araya.  “You really are loyal and dedicated fans and we appreciate that so much from you.  We still have quite a few places to play, so next year, keep your eyes and ears open so you can catch us live one last and final time.  Again, thank you!”
Upcoming announced dates on Slayer’s Final World Tour are listed below.
OCTOBER
 7         ForceFest @ Campo De Golf Teotihucan, San Juan Teotihuacan, Mexico  (headline)
NOVEMBER
 1         Dublin 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
 3         Wembley Arena, London, UK
 5         Cardiff Arena, Cardiff, UK
 7         Birmingham BCA, Birmingham, UK
 9         Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK
10        Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
12        Glasgow Hydro SSE, Glasgow, UK
14        Westfalenhalle 1, Dortmund, Germany
15        IJsselHal, Zwolle, Netherlands
17        Palacio Vistalegre, Madrid, Spain
18        St. Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
20        Mediolanum Forum, Milan, Italy
21        Halle 622, Zurich, Switzerland
23        Stadthalle, Vienne, Austria
24        Freiburg, SICK ARENA, Freiburg, Germany
26        Barclaycard Arena Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
27        Atlas Arena, Lodz, Poland
29        Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
30        Messchalle, Erfurt, Germany
DECEMBER
 2         Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany
 3         Royal Arena, Kobenhavn S, Denmark
 5         Hovert, Stockholm, Sweden
 6         Oslo Spektrum Arena, Oslo, Norway
 8         Helsinki Ice Hall, Helsinki, Finland
2019
JUNE
23        Hellfest Open Air, Clisson, France  (headline)

Watch WURM FLESH’s Entire Sacramento, California Concert

In the video below, watch Wurm Flesh perform a short set of brutal death metal @ Cafe Colonial in Sacramento, California August 3rd, 2018.

In a city filled with extremely talented Death Metal acts Wurm Flesh stands apart with their fury of shred and groove, ping-ponging back from one to the other. Too much of anything can be a band thing. In a world filled technical bands leaving your jaws on the ground but lacking that primal, raw, aggression and bands delivering relentless groove laden riffs but don’t scratch that shred itch, Wurm Flesh is the band that delivers both sides of the coin.

Watch GRAVESHADOW’s Entire Sacramento Concert

In the video below GRAVESHADOW perform a full set of symphonic metal @ Blue Lamp – Sacramento, California on July 27. On the heels of their recent West Coast tour dates with Sirenia and Threat Signal and the successful launch of their acclaimed sophomore album Ambition’s Price, the California-based symphonic metal quintet GRAVESHADOW had announced their inaugural headlining tour. The two-week summer trek kicked off in Reno, Nevada on July 13 and wrapped up in the group’s hometown of Sacramento on July 27.

In other GRAVESHADOW news, the band have announced “We are incredibly honored and excited to announce that we will have the opportunity to play with one of the most prolific vocalists ever, Tarja Turunen! We will be supporting her in Juarez, MX this September and we could not be more thrilled!”

 

7 Seconds Entire Concert From Sacramento, California Oct 07, 1994 Now Streaming.

7 Seconds @ The Cattle Club , Sacramento CA, Oct 07, 1994 streaming below.

7 Seconds were an American hardcore punk band from Reno, Nevada. Formed on January 17, 1980, by two sets of brothers; the Marvelli brothers, who used the punk rock names “Kevin Seconds” and “Steve Youth,” and the Borghino brothers, who took the names “Tom Munist” and “Dim Menace.” The band has gone through numerous lineup changes over the subsequent years, with only Kevin Seconds and Steve Youth remaining constant members.

The final lineup of 7 Seconds is Kevin Seconds (vocals), Steve Youth (bass), Troy Mowat (drums), and Bobby Adams (guitar).

7 Seconds were formed on January 17, 1980, by two sets of brothers; the Marvelli brothers, using the punk rock names “Kevin Seconds” and “Steve Youth,” and the Borghino brothers, who were known as “Tom Munist” and “Dim Menace.”

Asked about the origins of the band’s name in a December 1982 interview with Flipside magazine, Kevin Seconds recalled:

“…I was ordering The Dils single “198 Seconds of The Dils” from Bomp and I wrote it on a desk and the ink it said 97 Seconds; and then we saw this movie Day of the Jackals or something and all through it there were references to 7 Seconds, and the Dils were like our idols… So we were looking for a name and we were looking at this racing book and it said 7 seconds and we said, ‘fuck it, must be an omen,’ so we picked it. It’s a short, intense name.”

 

Watch LIGHT THIS CITY’s Entire Sacramento Concert

In the video below LIGHT THIS CITY perform @ Blue Lamp – Sacramento, California July 1st, 2018. Bay Area melodic death metal quintet LIGHT THIS CITY recently finished up their West Coast Tour supporting their acclaimed Terminal Bloom LP, the recently-reactivated outfit’s first album in a decade.

 

In the wake of Terminal Bloom’s release, LIGHT THIS CITY had hit the highway with support from label mates Gygax. The Terminal Bloom West Coast Tour began Friday, June 22nd in San Diego, then hit Anaheim, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, and ended in Sacramento on July 1st. Stand by for additional widespread tour dates from the band to be announced in the months ahead.