On Monday, Kourtney Kardashian continued to swap her wardrobe full of designer clothes for products from the group.
The 42-year-old fiancee of Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, 46, dubbed thrash metal band Slayer as she took a sultry selfie in her t-shirt.
Earlier today, the POOSH founder visited the chic Beverly Hills hotel in a Slayer hoodie and also added a black balaclava mask.
Rocker chick: Kourtney Kardashian continued to swap her wardrobe full of designer clothes for band merchandise on Monday as she wore a thrash metal band Slayer t-shirt
The future Mrs Barker posted an after-hours selfie where she pursed her lips and tousled her short black hair.
“SMUSH,” she wrote, showing off a makeup-free glow (aided by a filter) as well as her latest wares from what appeared to be her fiance’s closet.
Earlier today, she braved the rainy Los Angeles weather in a Slayer hoodie, adding a black hoodie that covered everything but her eyes.
A Beverly Hills bandit? Earlier today, the POOSH founder, 42, took over the always chic Beverly Hills hotel as she wore the Barker’s Slayer hoodie with a balaclava mask
Kourtney who? The mother-of-three appears to have had a complete wardrobe overhaul lately, ditching her somewhat feminine outfits for worn group clothes and lots of black; 2017 photo
She’s punk rock! Since she started dating Blink-182’s drummer, Kourtney’s generally feminine style has been upped several notches; photo October 16
The mother-of-three appears to have changed her wardrobe lately, ditching her somewhat feminine outfits for worn group clothes and lots of black due to her relationship with Barker.
Slayer was founded in 1981 and rose to prominence alongside heavy metal bands Metallica, Megadeth and Anthrax, before their disbandment in 2019.
The original quartet included Kerry King, Jeff Hanneman (deceased 2013), Dave Lombardo and Tom Araya.
The influential band’s lyrics and album cover topics such as murder and Satanism, with some accusing the band of being “Nazi sympathizers.”
Their 1986 album Reign in Blood was hailed as one of the most influential records and set the bar very high for death metal.
Slayer: Slayer rose to prominence alongside heavy metal bands like Metallica, and their lyrics and album covers covered topics such as murder and Satanism, with some accusing the band of “Nazi sympathizers”; Original founding members Kerry King, Jeff Hanneman, Dave Lombardo and Tom Araya pictured 1981