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Reign in Blood is not so much a collection of songs as it is an outburst of anguish and frustration, a primal scream so explosive it would echo across the early metal years of the '80s, the barren years of the '90s, and right on up into a new century. Highly prized by virtually everyone in the metal community, Reign in Blood is on the short list of seminal thrash metal albums, and ranks alongside Master of Puppets and Paranoid as one of the greatest heavy metal albums of all time. Key tracks: "Raining Blood," "Angel of Death," "Jesus Saves"

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That's why I like it!!!! What's great about this album is the lack of Hip Hop influences (was made in the '80's).... it's soundscape is dark and sinister... It's HEAVY METAL with a LOT of PUNK inspiration.... a MUST for speed, I mean thrash, I mean death..... you know what I mean...




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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