"We [Slayer] have been fortunate- fortunate enough to have lasted as long as we have because a lot of bands don't last that long." On January 7, 2010, Slayer announced on its official website that back surgery had been scheduled for Araya and that the planned tour would be canceled through April of that year.
The site assured fans, "Slayer camp working hard to reschedule dates for later this year." Araya is known for his aggressive headbanging and began experiencing back problems while the band was on tour in Australia/New Zealand/Japan in October 2009.
At first just a few will witness the revelation of the divine but eventually people will experience the world in a completely new way and know higher consciousness.
Many of the traditional religions, that are dependent on blind belief, will fail and more people will seek direct experience of the spiritual realms.
(Now lock me up and throw away the key for I’m sounding like a religious maniac!Araya accepted, using his earnings as a respiratory therapist to finance the band's 1983 debut album Show No Mercy.for Slayer's first European tour in 1984 and was denied; "'We need you to come in today.' They'd call me at in the morning and wake me, 'Someone's not coming in, we need you to come in to work.'" After a month of sporadic attendance, his employers threatened termination; Araya replied "Well, I guess I'm fired." In 2006, Araya underwent gallbladder surgery, which disrupted The Unholy Alliance tour.Tomás Enrique Araya Diaz was born in Viña del Mar, Chile, but his family moved to the US when he was five.He grew up in Maywood, California, in what he described as "a bad neighborhood that was pretty gang-oriented." His older brother, Cisco, played the guitar.Araya was employed as a respiratory therapist in the early 1980s and used his earnings to finance Slayer's debut album Show No Mercy.