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Slayer guitarist and co-founder Jeff Hanneman may have passed away, but the group is still moving forward and has now released its first new music since 2009's "World Painted Blood."
The track "When The Stillness Comes" went up this week ahead of the as-yet-untitled next LP, which is produced by Terry Date and due in August.
"It's about a dude who wakes up at a crime scene and realizes he's killed everybody. It's really cool," said guitarist Kerry King to Rolling Stone in an interview about the song. Revealing!
"Stillness" will be released as a 7" on Record Store Day -- as in this weekend, on April 18.