Last night, June 4th, Slayer's extensive final world tour made a stop at Arena Gliwice in Poland with supporting band, and Polish metal royalty, Behemoth in tow. To celebrate the occasion, the thrash quartet brought singer Adam "Nergal" Darski out for an extra rousing performance "Evil Has No Boundaries," from 1983's Show No Mercy.
Entering the stage still clad in full Behemoth gear and covered in fake blood, Nergal gives guitarist Gary Holt a quick hug before addressing the large crowd in Polish. After starting a quick chant in his native tongue, the singer screams the song's title and the band cuts quickly into the track.
The fan-filmed footage sweeps across the stage, eventually honing in on Nergal as he performs the first verse on his own in that thick Polish accent. Slayer frontman Tom Araya joins in on the first chorus before backing off once more, animatedly mouthing the vocals directly to Holt while Nergal continues on singing duties at the front of the stage.
Slayer's farewell tour, including the current run which will hit several European festivals over the summer, is scheduled to run through October of this year; find a full list of dates here and check out some incredible shots of the Big Four band's recent show in New Jersey alongside Behemoth, Cannibal Corpse, and Amon Amarth at this location.