Drummer Dave Lombardo reveals the only communication he's had with Slayer since his ousting came when Jeff Hanneman died.
Former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo says in a new interview that unlike the early years, his final years in Slayer were "like going to work."
Former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo says the band's current lineup is missing that chemistry and "that magic" that makes it something special.
Philm, the band featuring former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo, have revealed plans to release their 'Fire From the Evening Sun' disc in September.
Stemming from a June 17 post on Philm's Facebook page, Lombardo posted a detailed update on where he is with Philm's upcoming EP.
Former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo will put his skills to use manning the drum kit for Amen on their upcoming album and tour.
Ousted drummer Dave Lombardo doesn't ever foresee a return to Slayer. This news shouldn't shock the fans who have been following (or have been bummed out by) the drama surrounding Lombardo's most recent exit from the band. Things have been acrimonious and messy, with private details about financials and other business and personal issues becoming public knowledge.
Philm / ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo recently took a trip to Belfast, Ireland, to host a sold-out drumming workshop and master class. The legendary percussionist spoke about his departure from Slayer during a Q&A session, and for the first time, the specific financial issues which led to the split were made public by Lombardo.
It's already been over a year since Slayer parted ways with drummer Dave Lombardo. The legendary kit master has been keeping busy with Philm and drumming workshops, but Lombardo's ousting from Slayer has allowed the stickman time to reconsider the relationships he had with his former bandmates.
To say that the split between Slayer and drummer Dave Lombardo is contentious might be a bit of an understatement. The skinbeater says in a new interview with Planet Mosh that the situation that led to his ousting could have been "an easy fix," but instead he now has a "non-existent" relationship with his former bandmates, calling their treatment of him "sickening." Additionally, Lombardo criticizes frontman Tom Araya's absence from Jeff Hanneman's memorial and the "self-centered stories" guitarist Kerry King shared during the service.