Slayer Premiere Free Smartphone App

artist: slayer date: 04/28/2011 category: general music news
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It's been a great week for Slayer. First, they joined Metallica, Megadeth, and Anthrax at The Big 4 Festival over the weekend, and now they're launching their very own mobile phone app. The Slayer App, identified on-screen by the metal gods' iconic eagle logo, is free and offers fans access to exclusive content, the latest band news, exclusive photos, the band's social media feeds, songs and music videos, a merch store, a fan wall, tour dates, and much more. Additionally, the menu of the Slayer App will be available in multiple languages: French, Spanish, Russian, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Dutch, Turkish, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), and Korean. The Slayer App is available now for all iPhone, iPod, and Android mobile devices. You can download Slayer App here (for iPhone) and here (for Android). Also, as we previously reported, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of thrash classic album "Reign In Blood", Nike SB, in collaboration with Brooklyn Projects, is releasing official Slayer sneakers. The Reign In Blood Dunk shoes will be available starting June 6 in select skate shops, according to Thanks for the report to
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