Slayer’s Kerry King Plays ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’ – Part 2
You've been asking for it since we posted Part 1 of Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction? with Slayer's Kerry King, and now Part 2 is here! Get ready for the second half of the metal legend participating in our signature game!
During the first half of Kerry King's Wiki segment, we explored Slayer's early years, including the moment King approached guitarist Jeff Hanneman with the idea of starting a band. King also told us about making Slayer's first three records, his early inclusion in Megadeth, not getting along with Dave Mustaine and more.
Part 2 opens with a great piece of fiction, leading to laughs and serious bewilderment for Kerry King. After asking King about accusations of Nazi sympathizing and the media's take on the band, we go into almost every Slayer album until the band's most recent work, World Painted Blood.
More gems found in this part of Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction? include Dimebag Darrell's reaction to Kerry's guest performance on Pantera's "Goddamn Electric," the release of God Hates Us All occurring on Sept. 11, 2001, producer Rick Rubin's decreased involvement in Slayer's music, Kerry's prediction of what's to come in Slayer's future and much more!
Check out Part 2 of Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction? with Kerry King above! Also, be sure to check Part 1 and more awesome Slayer stuff below.
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