Guitar World Magazine July 2024 Kerry King

​​​​​​​Slayer co-founder Kerry King returns from the ashes with 'From Hell I Rise,' the highly anticipated debut album from his eponymous new all-star band. He also addresses the end of Slayer, this year’s surprise reunion shows and his chemistry with guitarist Phil Demmel


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