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Nü Metal quilt will keep you warm with '90s nostalgia

Memorable Christmas gifts are made with love, and in the case of this gent, his Christmas gift is infused with a rap-metal logos of the '90s and early 2000s. Many of the classic T-shirts are there: the Korn Adidas rip-off and 40 ounces, the Coal Chamber ice cream truck, the classic Walls of Jericho logo, and more. And, to show his rock pedigree, a panel dedicated to Pink Floyd's The Wall.

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-- Behold this seizure-inducing Christmas display soundtracked by, uh, Slayer's "Raining Blood"

-- Members of Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax remember Dio

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