Alleged groupie, liar, white genocide advocate, and humanoid orc communist Kim Kelly interviewed surviving Slayer guitarist / sideshow attraction Kerry King for Vice Noisey on Youtube. Kerry King, wearing war metal shades, talks about Slayer’s influences and development on their early, formative material.
Kerry King tells us that while Show No Mercy was Slayer “emulating their heroes”, Hell Awaits was Slayer “finding their direction.” Hell Awaits, Slayer’s best and most influential record, was heavily influenced by Mercyful Fate‘s progressive songwriting which was to prove a formative influence on Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman at the time with the longer songs and riff changes and “that aside from Tom singing it, if you put King Diamond on there, you’d think it was a Mercyful Fate record probably.” Add harmonized, sweep picked leads, speed metal triplet rhythms, and different methods of arranging rhythm riffs and yes Kerry, Hell Awaits could have been the third Mercyful Fate album that never happened.
But Reign in Blood, when we took out all the reverb and stopped trying to be like Venom meets Mercyful Fate, that’s when Slayer became Slayer and that’s the sound you’ve noticed forward to this day.
Yes Reign in Blood was when, Dave Lombardo has remarked, Slayer was starting to be compromised and “dumbed down.” Slayer had two more good records after it and that was all.
Tom Araya has a brief snippet defending Americans’ Second Amendment Constitutional Right to Bear Arms which Vice of course cuts away from as Araya has called protestors “special snowflakes.” Kerry King says that cops shooting African-Americans is wrong even though over ninety percent of police shootings are justified according to a recent Harvard study conducted by researchers who just so happened to be African-American. Leftist mouthpiece newspaper the Washington Post initially reported this and then tried to explain these findings away in a display of typical delusional leftist behavior of ignoring reality in favor of utopian fantasies.
Here is the interview:
Here are the medical oddity screen captures of Kim Kelly’s lobster claw you really came here for:
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25 thoughts on “Kim Kelly Interviews Kerry King; Reveals Crab Claw”
RIP Jeff Hanneman. He would not want to see this.
Awww…she has 3, tiny, misshapen dildos for fingers. So cute.
Metal and the showbiz never should have mixed, that’s why you see old, tired heroes hanging in by a thread, burnt out on beer and roadie food, blabbing about the past as if they never walked in those shoes. A depressing reality that plagues all aspects of the workforce whether it’s physical or mental labour.
Fifth amendment? Your fact checking needs to be improved.yo.
Anyways i hope grim quim gets forcefully sodomized in a kwanza rape ritual til she bleeds out.
Thanks for the correction!
A person that knows nothing about metal interviews a person that forgot everything about metal
haha she’s a literal degenerate. an actual mutant. no wonder they’re so scared of nazis: in a perfect society they’d be gassed.
the photos, the article, and your comment made me smile…and…
as if any government would waste valuable resources like gas on killing mutants.
Use your head. They throw them off a cliff into the rocks!
“But Reign in Blood, when we took out all the reverb and stopped trying to be like Venom meets Mercyful Fate, that’s when Slayer became Slayer and that’s the sound you’ve noticed forward to this day.”
“To me they represent more than just music, it’s really is more about a way of life.”
Vacuous triviality. Growing up you hear this turn of phrase ad nauseam in reference to various music subcultures, yet rarely does anyone bother to expound upon it further. A perfect example of that here, notice how his segment immediately ends with that “revelation.” I can hear it now. “Cut! So deep. This’ll make a great sound bite after editing.”
If a genre of music defines someones life then their existence isn’t worth much. Such statements just indicate that the person is mentally a child.
If that someone happens to be a professional musician, one could feel inclined to call it – well – »professional«.
I`m a professional, enthusiastic music experts.
“I am the music experts” ?
why would Kerry care Kelly was freaky looking? he handles reptiles/snakes every day , right?
She maybe turned him on!
maybe wondered how good she could tug him with that 3 pronged hand!..
also, this is more proof, H.P.Lovecraft was CORRECT – creatures from beyond have infiltrated our world! and probably impregnated humans.
The Holy Bible and the Book of Enoch (at least) have stated that fallen angels raped human women and caused mutant offspring.
We wuz the Anunnaki
Marc Defranco says:
February 18, 2017 at 12:06 am
“A person that knows nothing about metal interviews a person that forgot everything about metal”
the funniest and TRUEST thing I read all day !
PS. I am both creeped out, and still fascinated with having sex with an unhuman like her.
People have sticked their dicks into weirder things. Just be sure to put it on tape.
Lets be honest. Kerry was always the weakest link in Slayer. I think we all know which song was the worst on ‘Hell Awaits’ and who wrote it.
The Idiocracy. How about that meathead and his balloon-breasted android?! Too funny
Every interview I’ve seen of Kerry has shown him to be a complete douche.
i was gonna say kim kelly just needs a good dicking to set her straight. and then she sat down. holy fuck. fat cunt
How does this ignorant twat feel about her antifa comrades getting Marduk cancelled?
I for one long for the time when an interviewer was not the most ideologically invested person in the room. It must’ve been masculating for Slayer knowing that their opinions must fall within a narrow range in order for the interview to proceed. The band’s original purpose having been inverted, it was surreal watching Araya’s token nod to guns while blissfully ignoring the one pressed against his temple.
It’s probably not a matter of if but when Mr. King will be the only original member in the band, so we’ll have to wait and see which lineup will play at the 2020 Democratic National Convention. Considering his similar compliance and the absurdity one-upmanship of the day, my money’s on a Henry Rollins fronted Slayer.
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