Slayer’s Kerry King On His New Project: “It Will Be Fucking Good”

During a recent interview with Metal Hammer, Slayer’s Kerry King offered an update on his new project. The guitarist says he is “dragging [his] feet” at the moment, but when the band does surface “it will be fucking good.”

King said the following

“I had picks that I threw out at [Slayer‘s final shows] — The Final Campaign — at the end of the show. And in every city, I threw out two that said, ‘Reborn in 2020,’ because that was my plan — I planned on touring in 2020. Then the pandemic came up and we were into 2021.

Because I want everybody to get the bumps out of the road before I go out. Here we are at the end of 2021 and I’m looking at the end of 2022 now. And we’ll see what happens next year because it’s evolving. I don’t want to go out and feel stuff out, I want to go out and have a good time. I’m not being selfish, I don’t mean it like that. I mean that whatever the new rules are, I want them to be smooth before I go out.”

He also added:

“I’m dragging my feet on letting the world know what I’m doing because there’s no rush. I have a tour that I’m considering doing, but I’m not going to announce a band, I’m not going to announce a record, I’m not going to announce anything. But you will see me in the future — it will be fucking good.”

This news comes after King recently said that he thinks Slayer “quit too early.”

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