Veteran rockers Slayer have vowed never to quit - as they approach their 30th year as a band.
The Grammy-nominated group formed in 1981 and releases its 10th studio album next month (Nov09).
And guitarist Kerry King is confident the stars will keep on rocking well into old age.
He tells rock magazine Kerrang!, "Are we going to quit? Hell, no! I wouldn't know what to do with myself. I've been in Slayer for more than half my life, it's all I know.
"I accept that one day, someone in the band will say 'I'm done'. But I've already got stuff planned for the next album. We've still got the same hunger as we had when we started in '81."