Spider Bite Eyed in Slayer Guitarist's Death

A 2011 spider bite may have contributed to Jeff Hanneman's death from liver failure at age 49.
0:33 | 05/03/13

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He was called a medal and god guitarist and founding member of the band slayer and Jeff Hannemann has died he was 49 years old. Pannemon died Thursday morning of liver failure at a Los Angeles hospital with his wife Kathy by his side. The guitarist had been recovering from a spider bite that almost caused him to lose an arm. After he failed to seek immediate medical treatment. A spokesperson for the bands that it's believed -- the spider bite. May have led to his liver trouble Jeff was in the process of writing new songs with the band in the hopes of recording an album later this year.

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