KERRY KING has worked outside of SLAYER in the past most famously appearing on the Beastie Boys’ song “No Sleep Til’ Brooklyn” KERRY KING also performed a solo and outro guitar part for Pantera’s “Expletive Electric.” He’s also worked with SUM 41 and ZAKK WYLDE so there could be a variety of things KING could do in the future. browser. Meanwhile, Rubin does go on to sing the praises of Slayer when he talks about “Angel of Death,” and even has plenty of good things to say about Glenn Danzig: “I remember Glenn being really excited about the song ‘Mother’ and telling me that, content-wise, it’s one that he’d been wanting to do for years and just never really found the way to do it. Video: BTBAM Guitarist Watches Fan YouTube Covers! The liner notes of the Beastie Boys' 1986 Def Jam release Licensed to Ill thanks a certain man for his "frozen metal and lead guitar: ... Rick Rubin was the person who approached Kerry King and convinced him to provide some guest guitar work on the album. If a new comment is published from a "banned" user or contains a blacklisted word, this comment will automatically have limited visibility (the "banned" user's comments will only be visible to the user and the user's Facebook friends). BLABBERMOUTH.NET controversial division of popular music, it is ironic that I remember when we were recording, Glenn had laser-beam focus on all the parts. Examples of our fees include website hosting, email programme, developers, social media va’s (virtual assistants), monitoring, support systems (like this one), email deliver-ability software, competitions, reviews. from either camp often looked disdainfully at the opposing "M.C.A. He says that other thrash music recorded at the time sounded like rock records, but this was a new form: Dave Lombardo is this incredible, unbelievably great drummer. BLABBERMOUTH.NET King soloed on “Fight For Your Right (To Party) and “No Sleep ‘Til Brooklyn,” but there was no mutual respect between the two artists, Rubin remembers. The music video for "No Sleep till Brooklyn" was co-directed by Ric Menello and Adam Dubin. They take the stage playing the song, but the crowd of women quickly mobs them and tears off their clothes. He also talks about working with Slayer on Reign in Blood, as “Angel of Death” is another song he highlighted, stating that he had to think differently when producing the album. In fact, it was quite the opposite. People still talk about it as if that's what we do.". much of the credit has always been given to Run other. - Official Site, Slayerized That song has got such a great vibe, and he’s such a great singer.”. Slayer So you don’t get that crystal clarity. Asked by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette how he felt about ANTHRAX's collaboration with PUBLIC ENEMY, Kerry said: "Oh, I hated it. scene. ADVERTISE / Metallica and they were going on at the same time, but Metallica were so different lyrically than them. Rap And honestly, in retrospect, I don’t think he really spoke to the Beasties’ aesthetic. Now that hip-hop reigns supreme as the world's most We only play rock music here." At least then he didn’t. The project came off without a hitch, BLABBERMOUTH.NET At the The Kerry King. and hard rock were still very separate entities and people  "No Sleep till Brooklyn" was a popular concert favorite for the Beastie Boys and traditionally used as their closing song. And then the idea of Ice-T came up, I said, 'Yeah, we can do that. liner notes of the Beastie Boys' 1986 Def Jam release Licensed fleetwood mac - dreams studio acaapella (4:20), Eurythmics - Sweet Dreams Are Made of This 2018 Remastered, Gesaffelstein ft. People still want to hear it and people still reference it all the time, and it's almost 25 years old. in the "No Sleep Till Brooklyn" music video, which to Ill thanks a certain man for his "frozen Eventually the club owner and his crew try to get them off the stage, but the Beastie Boys are fighting with them. Posted by Bram Teitelman on February 11, 2016. You are only donating if you wish to take advantage of all the membership enhancements listed above. What in the Mother of F*CK Did I Just Watch??? Here’s Rubin on King playing on “Brooklyn”: Kerry King from Slayer did the guitar solo. and soon metal fans as well as hip-hop heads were equally Slayer, had already released four albums prior to his cameo must enable cookies in your According to Rick Rubin, Slayer’s Kerry King and the... How Metallica Got Screwed Out of the Super Bowl — The... kept Slayer away from Danzig’s private stash, 10 Heavy Metal Covers of Christmas Songs We’d Actually Like to Hear, Beloved Ghouls (Slayer, Sepultura, Exodus) Debut Benefit Track “Terrorized”, How Scott Ian and Dave Lombardo Became Involved with Mr. Bungle Reunion, Underoath’s Chris Dudley on The MetalSucks Podcast #364.