California trash metal greats Slayer released South Of Heaven, their fourth album,in 1988. After the release of Reign In Blood on Def Jam just two years prior, the band had become regarded as one of the preeminent metal bands. South Of Heaven was the follow up and had big shoes to fill. The band changed it up and wrote slower songs for the first and only time in their career. The record was eventually certified Gold. The band, of course, went on the road in support of the record, including a run they dubbed the World Sacrifice Tour in 1988. This original single stitch Slayer shirt, lightly worn in great condition, was originally purchased at a show on the World Sacrifice Tour 1988 in support of South Of Heaven. Tag is missing so please refer to our measurements for exact sizing.