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Slayer took another creative left turn with God Hates Us All. For the first time the band recorded outside Los Angeles, choosing instead to set up camp in a Vancouver studio. They also took on a new producer, Matt Hyde, who had worked with Hatebreed, Monster Magnet and Porno for Pyros. The album belongs primarily to guitarist Kerry King, who wrote nearly all of the lyrics and roughly half the music. Most of the songs mount some form of attack against organized religion, as the images portray a world corroded by hatred, death and despair. In an ironic turn of events, the album was released on September 11, 2001. While Slayer had long been stereotypes by the mainstream media as hate-mongering extremists, some of the lyrics on God Hates Us All appeared surprisingly prescient in the wake of the terrorist attacks. “Pessimist, terrorist targeting the next mark,” Tom Araya screams on “Disciple”; “Global chaos feeding on hysteria.” Though it was Paul Bostaph’s last effort with the band (an elbow injury led to his departure), “Seven Faces” and “War Zone” represent his best work with Slayer.

Customer Reviews

Amazing album

this album cranks. it should be the test of all metal stereo's. i believe it to be slayers most visious album to date, it oozes hostility and aggression and should be a staple of every heavy metal diet. jam packed with wicked riffs and brutal lyrics, the drums are tighter then a nuns spinchter a must have.

God HAtes Us All...But Slayer Loves Us All

As We All know this album is quite possible one of slayers most cointraversal albums(Both for name and release date, COME ON IT WAS RELEASED ON 9/11(And before You ask NO Slayer was not involved in 9/11) But aside from that this album has some great songs. Most notiably are Desciple, New Faith, Exile, (The Single) Bloodline, and my personal fav. Payback. As far as the music is concernd the songs are great. But the Music its self....Aside from the three ORIGONAL members(Kerry, Jeff & Tom.) The cd is kinnda missing the "Key member" Dave "The God" Lombardo who is unfortunitly not in this cd and could do circles around this guy, Paul Bostaph, Just by doing warm ups. Sop Aside from that thisd album in some ways is like a Thankyou from Slayer to their fans for sticking by them(Even if they loose a few members and get INSANE amounts of contraversy)

incredibly brutal...

This album can be seem as a comeback cause all of the original sleyer's member are there, and it feels in their music! This album is very a good one in a longtime. I love all of the songs, they are totally different each one as they all sounds very powerful. The guitars sounds great,i guess mister King is in a very good shape. And Araya's vocal is on top of what he can do! A must have...

Biography

Formed: 1982 in Huntington Park, CA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Slayer were one of the most distinctive, influential, and extreme thrash metal bands of the 1980s. Their graphic lyrics dealt with everything from death and dismemberment to war and the horrors of hell. Their full-throttle velocity, wildly chaotic guitar solos, and powerful musical chops painted an effectively chilling sonic background for their obsessive chronicling of the dark side; this correspondence helped Slayer's music hold up arguably better than the remaining Big Three '80s thrash outfits...
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