Slayer End Rick Rubin Collaboration After Three Decades, Announce Terry Date as New Producer

artist: slayer date: 09/03/2014 category: upcoming releases
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Slayer End Rick Rubin Collaboration After Three Decades, Announce Terry Date as New Producer
After posting photographic evidence of studio entrance, thrash gods Slayer have set another record straight via Instagram - the nearly 30-year Rick Rubin collaboration is officially over, and Terry Date is the new producer.

Date's been working with Slayer during the recording of "Implode" single earlier this year, but he has quite a few more renowned production masterpieces under his belt - most Pantera albums, as well as a few efforts from the likes of Slipknot, Deftones, Dream Theater, Soulfly, White Zombie, Smashing Pumpkins, Limp Bizkit, Snoop Dogg and a whole lot more.

Apart from that, the fresh pics show drummer Paul Bostaph busy at work, as well as the group's love of Kit-Kats and Snickers bars. Check 'em all out below.







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