Super7 will release their Slayer action figures, inspired by the band’s 1984 live EP Live Undead, on August 19. The figures stand 3.75″ tall and come with the bleeding headstone right from the EP cover! More interestingly, it looks like founding drummer Dave Lombardo has been omitted from the set.
Lombardo left Slayer in 2013 after a contract dispute and did not return for the final shows. Lombardo was replaced by the only other drummer Slayer ever had, Paul Bostaph.
“SLAAAYEER! The collaboration of Super7 with heavy metal legends @slayerbandofficial continues with the Live Undead 3-Pack! Inspired by the band’s 1984 “live” EP it features the undead band members as 3.75″ ReAction Figures with the bleeding headstone right out of the record’s cover art. The set comes with 2 guitar accessories packaged in a graveyard window box. #slaaayeer #slayerband #slayer #liveundead #reactionfigures #super7″
Super7 and Slayer also recently teamed up for an action figure of their Hell Awaits Minotaur.
Metal Injection – SLAYER Live Undead Action Figures Coming This Week
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August 18, 2020