KERRY KING: How I Am Going To Spend This Holiday Season

According to U.K.'s Kerrang! magazine, SLAYER guitarist Kerry King spent Christmas by watching sports and drinking tequila.

"My wife and I don't believe in Jesus so we're sure as hell not going to be celebrating a fake birth," King told Kerrang! "If we want to get a gift for someone, then we'll do it because we want to."

"I'm gonna spend the holiday season watching American football and drinking," he added. "I live pretty close to Mexico so it's not too difficult to find a good bottle of tequila."

King, however, told Kerrang! that he may be dragged out to raise a glass as the clock turns twelve this New Year's Eve.

"I'm sure we'll be persuaded," he said. "But we'll probably stay at home until the amateurs pass out! Usually we prefer to light it up at our house with a bunch of friends. At least that way I don't get into trouble for fucking shit up. Until the wife notices the next morning, of course!"

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