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The killer one of the founders and former guitarist Kerry King expressed regret that the band ended in 2019.

In a new video celebrating the 30th anniversary of metal icons Machine head, King said he is proud of the bands that have been active for thirty years – a success Slayer achieved even before they were disbanded.

However, in the video – there are members Metallica, Korn and Anthrax -King also reflected on Slayer’s presence as a group and their decision to divorce, and he felt the group was “leaving too early.”

“So I heard my friends at Machine Head congratulate them,” King said in the video. Apparently, that’s 30 years, which is a huge achievement. Not many groups go there … We did, and then we left very early.

He continued: “Punish us – I know. Make me crazy. I hate playing. “

You can watch the video below:

In 2019, shortly after Slayer held their last show together, the band’s longtime manager Rick Sales talked about the possibility of Slayer’s merger.

Trade said it Los Angeles Times that he did not perceive the future meeting “at all.”

“Let’s put the tour to bed,” he said. “I have a few thoughts [for future projects]but we made no decision. Now they are busy with the hereafter and I think that’s the feeling. It’s an emotion for me.

“They’ve been doing this for a long time,” he added. They just said, “Well, that’s enough.”

“My likeness is Jerry Seinfeld, who probably had the biggest TV show when he came up. I respect the team for the decision. If you want to do that, that’s the way it is.”

At the same time A New Zealand metal-loving mother has reportedly named her children Metallica, Slayer and Pantera.



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