Besides Slayer bidding a fond farewell to touring during their November 30th show at The Forum in Los Angeles, fans in attendance got to see actor/noted metalhead Jason Momoa take to the stage with Philip H. Anselmo and the Illegals and perform Pantera’s “This Love.”

Momoa shared a clip from the performance via Instagram, where he also shared a number of photos taken that night along with the following caption: “Going on stage and yelling, ‘Love, love LOVE’ with my baby boy and Pantera. aka @philiphanselmo and the Illegals. My mind was blown f—in’ 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. Slayer’s last show on tour. What a f—ing 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.”

Click through the post below for Momoa on stage with Anselmo. You’ll be able to find it easily because it’s the video of the giant man on stage clearly losing his mind.


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Erica Banas is a rock/classic rock news blogger who's well-versed in etiquette and extraordinarily nice. #TransRightsAreHumanRights

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