SAN ANTONIO, TX - JULY 31: Musician Kerry King of Slayer performs onstage during the 2015 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festiv
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Thrashers, bow down. Starting on Sept. 9, Slayer and Anthrax will tour for seven weeks for Death Angel. That's two of metal's Big Four on the same bill, if you're keeping score.

Slayer guitarist Kerry King says "fans will probably see the best package this year," noting that Anthrax bassist Frank Bello is "one of my best friends in the biz!!"

Death Angel's Mark Osegueda had this to offer:

"This will be Death Angel's first-ever tour with Slayer, something we've hungered for our entire career. And we will bring that hunger to the stage every night, so get there early because this will be a show not to be missed; from the first note of the night until the very last! Metal is alive, hungry, thriving, and coming for you!"

Blabbermouth notes that more dates will be added—Cross your fingers for a Halloween show—but here's the list of Slayer/Anthrax/Death Angel tour dates for now: 

Sept. 09 - Jacob's Pavilion, Cleveland, OH
Sept. 10 - Freedom Hill Amphitheatre, Detroit, MI
Sept. 12 - Sound Academy, Toronto, ON
Sept. 13 - Metropolis, Montreal, QC
Sept. 15 - Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA
Sept. 17-18 Rock Allegiance, Chester, PA
Sept. 20 - Egyptian Room, Indianapolis, IN
Sept. 22 - The Pageant, St. Louis, MO
Sept. 27 - Hard Rock Live, Orlando, FL
Sept. 28 - Fillmore, Miami, FL
Sept. 30 - Horseshoe Casino Tunica, Tunica, MS
Oct. 03 - Norva, Norfolk, VA
Oct. 05 - Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA
Oct. 07 - Gas Monkey Live, Dallas, TX
Oct. 08 - ACL at the Moody Theatre, Austin, TX
Oct. 10 - Fillmore, Denver, CO
Oct. 11 - The Complex, Salt Lake City, UT
Oct. 13 - The Wilma Theatre, Missoula, MT
Oct. 17 - ENMAX Center, Lethbridge, AB
Oct. 19 - South Okanagan Events Centre, Penticton, BC
Oct. 20 - Abbotsford Centre, Abbotsford, BC
Oct. 23 - Reno Events Center, Reno, NV
Oct. 27 - El Paso County Coliseum, El Paso, TX

Earlier this year, Slayer toured with Testament and Carcass.

For more shreddery, take our How Metal Are You? quiz, then watch Anthrax's Scott Ian tell Fuse how he's sure that becoming president is actually the last thing Donald Trump wants: