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Slayer’s Final Setlist

by Paul Cashmere on December 2, 2019

in News

Slayer played their final show in Los Angeles on Saturday November 30 and they won’t be back touring.

However according to Slayer’s manager Rick Sales it does not mean the end of Slayer, just the ending touring. “I totally get that they made a decision to stop touring. That doesn’t mean the end of the band. It’s just the end of touring. I always thought of it as, ‘You go out on top.’ They made that decision. They’re not milking it. From that standpoint, I get it and they made the right choice,” he told the Los Angeles Times.

So here is the final setlist of the final Slayer tour from Saturday in LA.

Slayer – The Final Campaign 30 November 2019, Los Angeles

South of Heaven (from South of Heaven, 1988)
Repentless (from Repentless, 2015)
Postmortem (from Reign In Blood, 1986)
World Painted Blood (from World Painted Blood, 2009)
Hate Worldwide (from World Painted Blood, 2009)
War Ensemble (from Seasons in the Abyss, 1990)
Stain of Mind (from Diabolus in Musica, 1998)
Disciple (from God Hates Us All, 2001)
When the Stillness Comes (from Repentless, 2015)
Born of Fire (from Seasons in the Abyss, 1990)
Payback (from God Hates Us All, 2001)
Seasons in the Abyss (from Seasons in the Abyss, 1990)
Jesus Saves (from Reign In Blood, 1986)
Chemical Warfare (from Haunting the Chapel EP, 1984) Chemical Warfare (from Haunting the Chapel EP, 1984) Chemical Warfare (from Haunting the Chapel EP, 1984) Chemical Warfare (from Haunting the Chapel EP, 1984) Chemical Warfare (from Haunting the Chapel EP, 1984)
Hell Awaits (from Hell Awaits, 1987)
Dead Skin Mask (from Seasons in the Abyss, 1990)
Show No Mercy (from Show No Mercy, 1983)
Raining Blood (from Reign In Blood, 1986)
Mandatory Suicide (from South of Heaven, 1988)
Angel of Death (from Reign In Blood, 1986)

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