Not quite as violent as the original.
Don't worry. Mashup overlord Bill McClintock has you covered.
It feels unsettlingly optimistic. Emphasis on the unsettling bit.
Specifically "Super Bad," "Overkill," and "Ace of Spades."
Phil Anselmo is way too aggressive for this.
Specifically "All I Want for Christmas" and "The Beautiful People."
Specifically "You've Got Another Thing Coming" and "Billie Jean."
In the midst of it all, Slipknot managed to find some time to hit the studio with legendary boy band…
It takes out all the rippin punch of the guitars of the Slipknot track and just adds a shit ton of funk.
Master mash up artist Bill McClintock offers us another shocking new Slayer mash up. Seriously, how does he figure this…
War! What is it good for? Slayer mashups.
Named "5 Minutes Of Fame," of course.
SLAYER vs. THE BANGLES Mashed Up on "Walk Like An Angel Of Death" & Tom Araya's Scream Never Sounded So Pleasant
Bill McClintock is back with another wild mash up. You might recall he did that insane mashup combining Wham! and…
SLAYER vs. WHAM Mashup "Careless Whisper in the Abyss" Shouldn't Work, But It Actually Works Really Well
We've expressed our love of mashups in the past, and anytime you can take two contrasting styles and make them…
…we need more of this. Now.