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Slayer's Payback The Center Of New Comedy Video: Slayer News


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On Wednesday Slayer's Payback The Center Of New Comedy Video was a top story. Here is the recap: (Classic Rock) Slayer track Payback is at the center of a comedy video set in a ukulele club. Members of the group are seen to react in horror as Rob Scallon and Sarah Longfield deliver their version of the thrash icons' song, which appeared on 2001 album God Hates Us All.

Scallon is known for releasing videos of metal tracks performed on unusual instruments or in unusual ways, including Rage Against The Machine's Take The Power Back on a shovel, Metallica's Enter Sandman backwards, and an entire song on just one fret.

He explained his musical background last year, saying: "I started playing when I was nine or 10. I got a drum set for Christmas then I moved on to bass, then guitar, and just got really, really into it. As I went along, the noises I was making with these instruments got more and more tolerable.

"I never really had an interest in getting a guitar teacher or going to a music school. I didn't see the benefit in getting a really, really expensive music degree - I didn't see how that would have helped me." Watch the video - here.

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