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NXT Pro Wrestler Aleister Black Just Debuted With The Most Metal Entrance Ever

Seriously, check out this theme song.

Seriously, check out this theme song.

There has been a lot of metal crossover during WWE WrestleMania weekend. We saw Every Time I Die's Andy Williams wrestle at Joey Janela's Spring Break and Metallica giving the Triple H vs. Seth Rollins match a shout out, as Metallica's track "Am I Savage" is the soundtrack to that match's trailer.

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But the most metal moment of the weekend so far has to be the debut of Aleister Black, formerly known as Tommy End from the Netherlands. Black is playing a bit of a Satanic character and his entrance is the most metal entrance in NXT history:

https://twitter.com/wwealeister/status/848373792883736576

His theme song is called "Evil Terminators," which was a collaboration between WWE's internal producers, CFO$ and NYC hardcore band Incendiary and it's pretty legit.

UPDATE #2: Here is the full audio of the Incendiary track:

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UPDATE: As fans have pointed out, this is actually a placeholder theme and not the one that played on NXT Takeover.

What did you think of NXT Takeover? I thought the three-way tag was the best three-way tag I'd ever seen, and I'm glad Nakamura lost, because I want him to debut on Raw.

Make sure to check out the WrestleMania preview of our Squared Circle Pit podcast posted earlier this week, with predictions from Killswitch Engage's Mike and Every Time I Die's Andy Williams, and check out our previous WrestleMetal coverage here.

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