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Slayer's Kerry King Hated Anthrax and Public Enemy Collab

09/21/2016
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(Metal Hammer) Slayer guitarist Kerry King says he "hated" Anthrax's 1991 collaboration with Public Enemy on the track Bring The Noise. The track featured on the Attack Of The Killer B's compilation album and went on to inspire various nu-metal and rap metal acts.

But King says he wasn't impressed with the thrash band getting in to bed with a rap group - even though his own band Slayer would go on to work with Ice-T on the track Disorder from 1993's Judgement Night soundtrack.

Asked about the Anthrax/Public Enemy collaboration, King tells the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: "Oh, I hated it. And they know it. It's not a secret, or I wouldn't tell you.

"They don't play it a lot when we play together. Maybe it's cycled out of their set. We did something with Ice-T back in the 90s but it wasn't a crossover song. It was still a thrash song because Ice-T loves thrash." Read more here.

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