Slayer and Megadeth Playing Classic Albums in Cleveland

Slayer -- because we like em better than Megadeth
  • Slayer — because we like 'em better than Megadeth

Slayer and Megadeth will play classic albums in their entirety during this summer’s American Carnage tour, which hits the Time-Warner Cable Amphitheater at Tower City on August 18.

Slayer will play 1991’s Seasons in the Abyss, their third installment in an unholy trilogy of albums by the band at the peak of its powers.

Megadeth will perform 1990’s Rust in Peace, which might be the sickest, gnarliest guitar album ever.

Testament opens the show. Testament also rules. —D.X. Ferris

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