Slayer’s Kerry King Is Selling His Las Vegas Mansion For $4.3 Million

Kerry King: Antje Naumann (AllSystemsRed), CC BY-SA 3.0, Wikimedia Commons
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Something must be in the water because quite a few metal artists have placed their homes on the market recently. Last month, it was reported that Parkway Drive drummer Ben “Gaz” Gordon is selling his Australian property, and more recently, Disturbed singer David Draiman and heavy metal icon Ozzy Osbourne have also decided to sell their respective homes.

Now joining the ranks of metal artists selling their homes is former Slayer guitarist Kerry King.

As reported by, King has placed his Las Vegas mansion on the market, asking for a total of $4,299,000. King originally bought the property back in 2020 for a total of $3,819,000.

As noted by, King’s mansion is 6,000 square feet and features five bedrooms, as well as seven bathrooms. Oh, and the mansion comes with a pool.

Per the photos the site has shared of the mansion, the place is nothing short of stunning.

If you are interested in checking out photos of Kerry King’s Las Vegas mansion, you can do so by following this link here.

When it comes to the other metal artists who have recently placed homes on the market, Gordon is selling his home for $10 million (as noted by Lambgoat); Draiman is selling his Pinecrest, Florida property for $5.5 million; Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne are selling their Sierra Towers condo for $4.7 million. Of these luxurious homes, which is the one you want to live in the most?

In other Slayer-related news, we recently published a ranking of all of Slayer’s albums from worst to best. Below you will find a link to that feature, but here is a brief excerpt regarding what we have to say about the band’s last studio album, Repentless:

“A necessary testament of pure vitriol, Repentless earned the Biblical allusion that the name implies. Fears that the tragic death of Jeff Hanneman might kneecap Slayer’s songwriting prowess were instantly put to rest by some of Kerry King’s most furious riffage. The axe work of legendary thrash juggernaut Gary Holt weaves seamlessly with King’s acrobatics, making for a fitting tribute to a fallen hero.”

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