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    Slayer/Overkill 11" x 17" Concert Poster Signed Twice (1986). Here's a document of thrash metal history: a poster for the Seattle and Portland shows on Slayer's Reign In Blood tour. They were the first two shows of this tour, so the Halloween show at the Moore Theatre in Seattle is known for the live debuts of multiple songs from the classic LP, like "Raining Blood" and "Angel of Death." The peace signs in the bottom left and right corners were a way to call for less violence and more happiness by the local promoters for shows like this one. Signed on the front and verso by designer Mike King in pencil. Offset printed. Measures 11" x 17". In Near Mint condition with some light handling wear. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    April, 2020
    4th-5th Saturday-Sunday
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