Slayer’s ‘The Repentless Killogy’ concert film coming to theaters for one night only

Tim TronckoeSlayer's concert film The Repentless Killogy is coming out digitally and on Blu-ray on November 8.  But two nights ahead of that, you'll be able to watch the whole thing in theater near you.

The movie will be screened in more than 1,500 theaters worldwide on November 6, with tickets for the screenings going on sale October 9 at Slayer.film. As previously reported, the movie documents Slayer's 2017 show at the Los Angeles Forum.

The Repentless Killogy film was written and directed by BJ McDonnell, who conceived and directed the videos "You Against You," "Repentless," and "Pride in Prejudice" for Slayer's final studio studio album, 2015's Repentless.

In a statement, McDonnell says, "When we set out to do these initial three videos, our intention was to continue the saga...at some point down the line. But this is the band's final album and world tour so this story, the three videos and the Repentless live concert at The Forum, is a perfect way to wrap up. This is the end of the monsters."

Part one of the film features the main character, Wyatt, a former Neo-Nazi and ex-member of a gang called The Hand Brotherhood. Among the actors who appear: Jason Trost, Danny Trejo, Richard Speight, Derek Mears, Jessica Pimentel, Tyler Mane and Bill Moseley.

Part two is the concert at the Forum, directed by Wayne Isham. It features performances of fan favorites such as "War Ensemble," "Mandatory Suicide," "Dead Skin Mask," "Raining Blood," and "Angel of Death."

Visit Slayer.film to find out where it's playing near you.

In addition to the November 8 release of the film, the soundtrack from the concert arrives that same day, as a double CD set and two-disc vinyl album.

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