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Monday, December 16, 2013

Watch: Best-Ever Slayer Christmas Lights Display Gets You in the Holideath Mood

Posted By on Mon, Dec 16, 2013 at 4:12 PM


The snowman headbangs. The drummer tosses his stick into the air and catches it. The other snowman sings the words. Meanwhile, the whole house -- and the adjacent tree -- flash, whirr, and rush in a stream of colored lights to the tune and rhythm of Slayer's "Angel of Death." The YouTuber known as Slayer Bob has been at this rare magic before; we even posted his handiwork back in 2010. He was going to mix things up this Christmas with a non-Slayer synchronized Christmas light display. But after guitarist Jeff Hanneman died earlier this year, he knew he had to do one last tribute to the thrash-metal greats. And what a tribute it is. Behold:

-- @iPORT

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