Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies and Exodus Announce 2014 Fall US Tour

The three bands played a small handful of dates back in May before coming back together once again for a longer tour - dates available inside.

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Slayer have announced a monster tour with fellow legendary acts Suicidal Tendencies and Exodus. The tour will kick off with a Nov. 12 show in Oakland, CA.

The three bands played a small handful of dates back in May before coming back together once again for a longer tour of the United States.

News of this tour comes just a few weeks after singer Rob Dukes parted ways with Exodus, allowing former vocalist Steve 'Zetro' Souza to return. "This monumental tour is a heavy metal collision of epic proportions," says Souza. "For my first tour back with Exodus, I'm beyond excited to be on the road with my brothers in true thrash metal! I'm also looking forward to meeting and hanging out with all of the fans on this heavy as hell tour." Exodus fans will also be treated to a double-dose of guitarist Gary Holt, a full-time member of both Exodus and Slayer who recently gave an interview to Ultimate Guitar

"We are way f--king excited about hitting the road again with Suicidal and Exodus," says Slayer frontman Tom Araya. "F--king intense. See you in the fall."

"Slayer, Suicidal Tendencies and Exodus, for only six shows? They were a blast, but everyone knew that wouldn't be enough," adds Suicidal Tendencies vocalist Mike Muir. "Now's your chance to see what everyone else was screaming about. ST definitely can't wait 'til November to do it all again!"

Check out the full list of tour dates below.

11/12 - Fox Theatre, Oakland, Calif.
11/14 - The Forum, Los Angeles, Calif.
11/15 - Comercia Theatre, Phoenix, Ariz.
11/17 - Bricktown Events Center, Oklahoma City, Okla.
11/18 - ACL Live, Austin, Texas
11/19 - Verizon Theatre, Dallas, Texas
11/21 - Hard Rock Live, Orlando, Fla.
11/22 - The Tabernacle, Atlanta, Ga.
11/23 - The Fillmore, Charlotte, N.C.
11/25 - The Armory, Albany, N.Y.
11/26 - Sands Events Center, Bethlehem, Pa.
11/28 - The Palladium, Worcester, Mass.
11/29 - Wellmont Theatre, Montclair, N.J.
11/30 - Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, Pa.
12/02 - Agora Theatre, Cleveland, Ohio12/04 - Egyptian Room, Indianapolis, Ind. 12/05 - The Fillmore, Detroit, Mich.

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    I wonder how drained Gary must feel after doing two sets back to back. He's definitely one of the most committed guys in the scene.
    Well from what I've read, he claims to be in the best shape he's ever been for years.. after seeing him with Slayer two years ago, it's true, he was flawless.
    Yes, he sure must be tired from pumping out them 0's!
    That's twice you've failed to amuse. Three strikes and you're out. On another note...this is the wrong Slayer.
    @shrekisloveshre: Let me guess... You just discovered jazz or djent or technical death metal or prog rock, etc. and now you're just too elite for "common-folk" metal? The phase that you're going through is commonly known as "Musician-Snob-Douchebag-itis" and while there is no IMMEDIATE cure there IS hope... Try not to close your mind completely (I know it's tough because you ARE so much smarter and more talented than Gary Holt and Slayer and their fans but just TRY). As you grow up, slooowly, you'll start realizing things like "Hey, what's this new hair on my body?" and "Wow, maybe I DON'T know everything and criticizing a talented musician that means a lot to millions of other intelligent, talented musicians actually only embarrasses myself!" Hang in there buddy. It gets better!
    you did not just insult the thrash god can make that joke about the king anytime but you've went too far buddy. Let me fix your username: Garyholtislovegaryholtislife
    I'm so scared of a fanboy. What are you gonna do? Incoherently scream "$$$LAYER!" at the top of your fat filled lungs and try and catch your breath after smoking too much cheap tobacco?
    You can tell what you want about slayer imo but you seem to forget that Gary is a founder of dicknose.
    Your comments show nothing but your ignorance. If thrash metal isn't your thing, fine but I guarantee everyone here could find something just as ignorant and nonsensical to say about whatever garbage you listen to. Shut the **** up.
    Awesome, although i wish Slayer would hurry up and get the new album out instead!
    Holy crap. I wish i could be there. Well my neck is happy that i can't go there.
    This isnt' a North American tour. It's an American tour. Come to Canada.
    They are. Heavy Montreal. August 9-10.
    That's Montreal, Quebec. They've been trying to separate from Canada since day one. Give us a Toronto date.
    I saw the Denver show in May. Slayer's set was epic: every song was off of Seasons & before. Exodus barely touched their new catalogue; throw in Suicidal and it was 1991 all over again!
    Slayer Died when Dave Lombardo got fired.
    They made up for it with Gary Holt. Gary is better live than Jeff. Love Jeff! RIP. But in his later age he wasn't as good. Gary is ****ing solid though.
    000-0000-0000-000-00-00-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-000-00000-000-00-00- 00-00-0b-0/0-0b?
    they should at least lower the ticket prices since its a slayer cover band, sorry but jeff and dave are the reasons why i ever went to see slayer
    This is a hell of a tour... Looks like I'll be at the Palladium on 11/28. I've seen all 3 bands (Slayer about a dozen times but not since about 2002) but this is a thrash fan's dream. Love it!
    i saw this yesterday I can't wait to see this show especially since its gonna be at the tower...I wish ug would do more tour announcements for other bands not just metal
    DAmm it why never come to Va. or Md. i dont know so the closest show for me is 600 hundred miles from me Sucks balls and now this tour i am sure will push back the new album even more