Just announced: Slaaaayer! Plus, Megadeth, Dr. Dog, Tokyo Police Club, and Reverend Horton Heat
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Better start a strict regimen of neck exercises, because there's a whole lotta of headbanging about to go down. In a most brutal and blistering partnership, thrash metal titans Megadeth and Slayer have re-ignited their "American Carnage" tour for another round of dates that include a stop Oct. 16 at The Rave/Eagles Ballroom. Megadeth will be performing its 1990 album Rust In Peace in its entirety, while Slayer will be blasting through that year's Seasons Of The Abyss. If you caught the tour earlier this year, you might want to consider re-upping, since Anthrax (with "classic lineup" singer Joey Belladonna back in the fold) will be joining the tour this time around. Tickets go on sale Friday for $39.50 and $49.50 through Ticketmaster.
Also coming back to town is Dr. Dog, who perform Oct. 22 at Turner Hall with Here We Go Magic after selling out the venue in February. Tokyo Police Club will also play Turner Hall on Sept. 23, and Rev. Horton Heat comes to the venue Nov. 3 with Split Lip Rayfield and Th' Legendary Shack Shakers. Tickets for all the Turner shows go on sale at noon Friday.