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Slayer’s “Raining Blood” Used As An Intro For A Couples Wedding [VIDEO]

Now why haven’t I thought of this, using Slayer as a wedding intro. This has to be the coolest chick ever in the history of marriages, because a wedding is a woman’s day and for her to let this happen is pretty sweet.

Dan Phillipps and his wife Kinga were married in 2011 and used the classic Slayer track as they were introduced as Mr. and Mrs. Dan Phillipps.

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“Raining Blood” was released in 1986 on the Slayer classic album “Reign In Blood” which is still a staple and a solid influence in the world of heavy music even to this day.

Check out the video and get your horns up for a very metal couple.

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