On Friday, May 24th, Slayer took their final world tour through Camden, New Jersey, with Lamb of God, Amon Amarth and Cannibal Corpse along for the ride. The thrash OGs played a ripping 20-song career-spanning set, which opened with "Repentless" and closed with "Angel of Death." Photographer Kevin Wilson was there to catch all the pyrotechnic action — check out some of his standout shots of all four bands below.
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