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See Anthrax Guitarist Scott Ian's Hilarious Impression of Slayer's Kerry King

The bald head, the big-ass beard, the tribal tattoos — Slayer guitarist Kerry King strikes an immediately recognizable figure for many reasons. But one of his most defining features has to be the industrial-sized wallet chain that he wore when playing live, which was so iconic that King removed it and dropped it to the stage at the end of Slayer's final show in 2019.
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Kerry King confirms drummer for his post-Slayer project

Kerry King has announced his drummer for his forthcoming post-Slayer project. The guitarist has announced his new band is almost ready to launch, teaming up again with Slayer drummer Paul Bostaph for the new venture. “You know me, so you know what it’s going to sound like,” he told Metal...
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See Anselmo, Kerry King, Lombardo, Gary Holt, Frank Bello Cover Slayer's "Raining Blood" in 2012

On September 7th, 2012, thrash maestros united onstage at New York City's Gramercy. At a special concert dubbed Metal Masters IV, Pantera vocalist Philip Anselmo, Slayer guitarist Kerry King and ex-drummer Dave Lombardo, Exodus guitarist Gary Holt and Anthrax bassist Frank Bello all joined horns for a special set consisting of tracks from each member's respective discographies.
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ECU walk-on WR Kerry King awarded scholarship

There’s been no shortage of walk-on receivers earn their way into a pivotal role in East Carolina’s football history. Redshirt freshman Pirate wide out Kerry King may be on his way to being the next to follow suit. The former preferred walk-on with the 2020 recruiting class from...
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Watch Slayer’s Kerry King thrash it up onstage with Megadeth… in 1984

It’s impossible to imagine Slayer without guitarist Kerry King, but he temporarily jumped ship to join Megadeth right at the beginning of both band’s respective careers. How good would that have been? Pretty amazing if YouTube footage of the gig King played with Dave Mustaine and co at the Keystone in Berkeley, California on April 15, 1984 is anything to go by.
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Kerry King Reveals How Judas Priest ‘Inspired What Became Slayer’

With fan-voting ongoing and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2022 induction class soon to be announced, Slayer's Kerry King has done some campaigning for Judas Priest's Rock Hall induction, penning a piece for Rolling Stone on why the metal legends should be in and going deep on the impact they had on his own band.
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