Watch actor Jason Momoa sing PANTERA’s ‘This Love’ on stage at SLAYER’s final show

Watch actor Jason Momoa sing PANTERA's 'This Love' on stage at SLAYER's final show

Jason Momoa, the huge star of Game Of Thrones and the superhuman film “Aquaman“, joined Philip H. Anselmo and The Illegals at the Forum in Inglewood, California to play out the PANTERA classic “This Love“.

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going on stage and yelling love love LOVE with my baby boy and pantera. aka @philiphanselmo and the illegals my mind was blown FUCKIN BLOWN. i was living out my childhood dreams. i am so thankful for those moments shared with dear friends and my babies. it’s crazy to think of slayer and anthrax and metallica as ohana but they are love u guys. and to finally meet les claypool was legendary PRIMUS. RHCP AND RAGE was what i grew up on skateboarding and DROGO wouldn’t exist if there wasn’t @panteraofficial love ya phil. i’ve trained and bleed and fought my way to where i am. listening to these legends mahalo nui for your music and endless inspiration. slayers last show on tour. what a fucking night. love you @garyholt_official @tomarayaofficial paul and kerry @slayerbandofficial mahalo for having da momoas. babies i hope you remember these moments with your papa forever back to work. aloha j

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After the show, the Hawaiian-born actor, who is maybe most popular for his role as Khal Drogo in HBO hit show “Game Of Thrones“, took to his Instagram to post a couple of photographs and video cuts of him hanging out behind the stage with Philip Anselmo just as well as some of the show’s different entertainers and participants, including members of SLAYER, PRIMUS, ANTHRAX and METALLICA.

Momoa wrote in an accompanying message: “going on stage and yelling love love LOVE with my baby boy and PANTERA. aka @philiphanselmo and the illegals my mind was blown FUCKIN BLOWN. i was living out my childhood dreams. i am so thankful for those moments shared with dear friends and my babies.

“it’s crazy to think of SLAYER and ANTHRAX and METALLICA as ohana but they are love u guys. and to finally meet Les Claypool was legendary PRIMUS. RHCP AND RAGE was what i grew up on skateboarding and DROGO wouldn’t exist if there wasn’t @panteraofficial love ya phil. i’ve trained and bleed and fought my way to where i am. listening to these legends mahalo nui for your music and endless inspiration.

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SLAYERs last show on tour. what a fucking night. love you @garyholt_official @tomarayaofficial paul and kerry @slayerbandofficial mahalo for having da momoas. babies i hope you remember these moments with your papa forever back to work. aloha j”

Momoa recently said that he tuned in to a great deal of PANTERA, METALLICA and MUDVAYNE to get himself into the correct mood for playing a warrior like Conan in Marcus Nispel’s remake of the classic Arnold Schwarzenegger action adventure “Conan The Barbarian“.

More recently, he tapped vocalist Oli Peters of the Canadian death metal band ARCHSPIRE to mentor him on the most proficient method to imitate his particular vocal style for the early troop energizing scene in the Apple TV+ science fiction show “See“.

A year ago, Momoa revealed that METALLICA and TOOL served as motivation for his character in “Aquaman“, telling Metal Hammer in an interview: “Aquaman’s really metal. I know nobody feels that, yet Aquaman’s metal.

He singled out METALLICA‘s debut album, “Kill ‘Em All”, and the TOOL song “Ticks And Leeches” as two pieces of music that influenced his depiction of Arthur Curry‘s alter-ego.

 

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