'Howard Stern' Producer: Did SLAYER Predict Events Of 9/11?

November 14, 2003

KC (Kyle Casey) Armstrong, associate producer for the "Howard Stern Show", made an appearance on today's show to explain his theory that the long-running heavy metal band SLAYER predicted the tragic events of September 11, 2001 on their "God Hates Us All" album, which was released that fateful day.

According to a synopsis of today's show, as reported by MarksFriggin.com, "Howard came back from break and had KC in with some tape he wanted to play. KC said he's been into this band SLAYER for years. He said they put out this CD the week [of] 9/11 and it's really creepy. He said throughout the whole CD they talk about how God hates us all and how religion is destroying the world. He said in this track 'God Sent Death' they have the sounds of a plane, flight 175, with a woman screaming in the background. He said that one of the flights that was crashed on 9/11 was flight 175. They also sing about terrorists and stuff on the CD. He swore he had the CD before 9/11 and it was one of those freak things and the future predicted by them. Howard told him to get out of there and that he was an idiot. He was telling Howard all of the lyrics that he was hearing and how they related to 9/11. Howard told him he had to get away from him and he was creepy, not the music."

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