Slayer have added an extra date in Los Angeles to the final leg of their farewell tour.

Their last-ever show will still take place at the city’s Forum on November 30th, but after that date sold out within hours, Tom Araya, Kerry King, Gary Holt and Paul Bostaph have decided that they’ll also play the venue on November 29th.

Slayer say in a statement, “Tickets for Slayer’s November 30th show at the Los Angeles Forum went on sale last Friday and by the end of the day, had sold out. 

Due to the quick sell out, today Slayer announces a second Forum show now confirmed for November 29th, for fans who may have missed out on getting tickets. 

This show is the last addition to Slayer’s Final World Tour.”

Tickets will go on sale at 10am local time this coming Friday (July 19th).

Primus, Ministry and Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals performing a vulgar display of Pantera, will support on all dates.

See Slayer’s The Final Campaign tour dates, here.

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  • Doug R. on

    This will make my buddy Rattle very, very happy!! 😉

    • Rattlehead on

      Brother Doug! I bought tix for their last show, November 30th. While I’m glad they added another show due to demand, I’m happy they added the second show BEFORE their previously final show that I’ll be attending on November 30th.

      Unfortunately, I can’t make this November 29th Friday night concert due to our son have football games on Fridays, otherwise I’d be at this second show, too.

  • shannon mehaffey on

    …Blizzard of Ozz…gee I wonder who they were talking about?
    Ozzy had that phrase coined way back in his Sabbath days where he it was on his t-shirt….it was a solo gig…if it walks like a duck, and talks like a duck…it’s a freaking duck.
    Bob is out of his mind. Sorry.

    • Dana on

      It is a “he says,” “she says,” and it seems most involved, side with “he says.”

      Also, please move further responses to the new Daisley story, as I accidentally posted my initial response here on a Slayer story, which does not apply.

    • Dana on

      How does that disprove that he didn’t think that would be the name of a band versus a solo project? It doesn’t.

      Also, as far as I can see, all the graphic says is “Blizzard.” Unless there is another view, that indicates the words “of Oz,” it means nada.

  • shannon mehaffey on

    Guys……you have to concede the obvious at some point….seriously…so he’s in Black Sabbath and he’s wearing a shirt referring to himself…he is the Blizzard of Ozz there……and yet….somehow the possibility is that this could be a band name in the future…?? Sure, it’s possible…that’s good enough now? It’s possible….ok… By the way, having it a solo band preserved Ozzy’s career and is why he was able to weahter all of those storms…Sharon knew that from day one.

    • Dana on

      Then, why do most people corroborate Daisley’s version and discount Sharon’s? Let’s tally how many enemies Bob has made, versus Sharon, that alone speaks volumes about one’s credibility.

      Again, please move this topic to the other thread, no one will see it here.

  • Taskerofpuppets on

    Thought this was the Slayer news bite. Hope to see this show in Spokane while it’s about 6hrs from where I a in Oregon. I’m not such a huge fan of Slayer that I’ll travel more than an hour for them exclusively, yet the other bands make it worthy. \mm/

    • Rattlehead on

      Tasker, great you’re making the trek to catch the show! I think it’s cool Primus is an opening band at a Slayer show just cuz of Primus guitarist Larry LaLonde being a band member in 80s bay area thrash/death metal band Possessed. Just the “connection” of LaLonde performing on Slayer’s final tour, while knowing both Possessed and Slayer played together when thrash was first starting out, is awesome, IMO.

    • Taskerofpuppets on

      Hi Rattle. .Thanks for the info about Les. While I knew most of what you spoke of, I didn’t know about Possessed. I will check them out. Always loved Les, Tim “Herb” and Larry. Saw them on the 3D tour here in Portland w/o Herb, I was so sad. \mm/

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