August 16, 2018

Horns Up: Slayer Says Goodbye to San Antonio

Once known as Metal City, USA (and still known by that name to a few), San Antonio holds all genres of rock ‘n’ roll close to its heart. Slayer has a special place, though.

Last night at the Freeman felt like church, but for Satan: an unholy gathering for lovers of extreme metal as we said goodbye to a band that we’ve held dear to our corazones for decades.

Farewell dudes, thanks for the memories.

*raises horns*

Hail Satan.

Photos by Jaime Monzon
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Horns Up: Slayer Says Goodbye to San Antonio
Horns Up: Slayer Says Goodbye to San Antonio
Horns Up: Slayer Says Goodbye to San Antonio
Horns Up: Slayer Says Goodbye to San Antonio
Horns Up: Slayer Says Goodbye to San Antonio
Horns Up: Slayer Says Goodbye to San Antonio
Horns Up: Slayer Says Goodbye to San Antonio
Horns Up: Slayer Says Goodbye to San Antonio
Horns Up: Slayer Says Goodbye to San Antonio
Horns Up: Slayer Says Goodbye to San Antonio