Slayer Releases Action Figure Inspired by 1983 Debut Album

Get details on the ‘Show No Mercy' toy

February 14, 2019
Tom Araya of Slayer performs during the 'Final Tour' on 07 November 2018 at the Arena Birmingham in Birmingham, England

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Metal legends Slayer are currently in the middle of their final world tour. Formed in 1981, the California rockers are just around the corner from celebrating 40 years of the band.

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Along with a bunch of iconic imagery that includes their pentagram logo, the band’s dark symbols debuted alongside a Minotaur. The mythical half man, half bull stood tall on their first album, 1983’s Show No Mercy.

To celebrate the thrashing album, the band is releasing a 3.75-inch Minotaur figurine that’s available here for just $15. The collaboration with designer toy brand Super7 is a little Minotaur complete with beady red eyes, a cape, and ripped abs. 

The Show No Mercy action figure follows similar releases from the band that include Iron Maiden-inspired figurines.

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