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Slayer Concert

Published by DemonDragonJ in the blog The Halls of Liberated Enlightenment. Views: 24

Slayer shall once again be playing a concert in my area, on May 25, 2019, and I am again seeing them live! This time, they shall be playing in an open arena, so I will not need to worry about the concert being too loud for me, and, thus, needing to leave early.

They are on tour with Amon Amarth, Lamb of God, and Cannibal Corpse; I saw Amon Amarth live in 2016 on tour with Megadeth and Lamb of God earlier this year (2018) with Slayer, but this shall be my first time seeing Cannibal Corpse live. In complete honesty, I am not a major fan of Cannibal Corpse, because I find their vocals to be too guttural for my liking and their music lacking in rhyme and rhythm (I was raised listening to Mozart, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Chopin, and so forth), but I still shall enjoy seeing them, nevertheless.

The concert is still far away, but I shall post about it as it draws closer.

Wow, 2018 is not yet over, but I have already purchased tickets to six concerts in 2019, tying with this past year and 2018 for the most concerts that I have seen in a single year, so I wonder if I can surpass the record and see a seventh concert in 2019?
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