Dave Lombardo may have stepped away from Slayer several years ago due to various personal and professional reasons, but the songs he created with the seminal thrashers are still fresh in his minds and limbs. He showed off that muscle memory with an all-star jam at last night's Dimebash 2019 in a performance featuring Cypress Hill rapper and Powerflo frontman Sen Dog on the microphone where the crew took on "Mandatory Suicide" from Slayer's 1988 record South of Heaven.
Sen Dog starts the performance by asking, "Where's all my stoner people at?" as the crowd cheers. "Let's mix this shit up now," he implores, "Let's get active!" The group break into the heavier portions of the song and pull it off smoothly, especially Lombardo who has spent the six years since he left the group performing with Dead Cross, Suicidal Tendencies, and the Misfits.