Slayer and Anthrax help Jason Momoa achieve his “childhood dream”

Credit: Gene Ambo; ABC/Lorenzo BevilaquaGiven his role in Game of Thrones and his starring turn in Aquaman, it seems safe to say that plenty of Jason Momoa's dreams have come true. However, he still had another dream to cross of his list: meeting Slayer and Anthrax.

The two thrash legends helped that dream come true when Momoa attended their show in Budapest on Tuesday. The actor, who's in Budapest filming the Dune remake, met up with members of both bands backstage and posted photos on his Instagram.

"Love metal so much fire it was one of the greatest shows of my life childhood dream," Momoa wrote in the caption. "My mind was blown. Meeting your idols and they're f***ing amazing. So thankful so grateful."

Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante also posted a photo of him posing with Momoa and guitarist Scott Ian. "When #KhalDrogo comes to your show you immediately go into @gameofthrones talk!" he wrote.

Momoa is a well-known metalhead, and previously said that his portrayal of Aquaman was influenced by Metallica, Tool and Black Sabbath.

The Budapest show was part of Slayer's ongoing world farewell tour, which will continue to travel through Europe throughout the summer. The "Raining Blood" metallers will be back in the U.S. in September to headline Chicago's Riot Fest.

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