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Twelve albums in—zero chill. The kings of thrash metal cut up Repentless into bloody slabs of churning, rapid-fire guitar assault from stalwart Kerry King and newbie Gary Holt, who replaced the late Jeff Hanneman. Paul Bostaph furiously keeps pace—from lurching rhythms to mosh pit free-for-all—as if drumming along to a sandstorm. And in the eye stands Tom Araya, defiantly screaming out against injustice on tracks like “Take Control” and “Atrocity Vendor.” His voice has rasped a touch, making the desperation feel that much more real. Still pissed. Still raging. Still Slayer.

Customer Reviews

Stuck in the past...

Ive been listening to these guys for awhile now, and my God, the audio is garbage for as big as they are...the lyrics are always the same 4/4 timing, change it up for crap sake!! Side note, we understand most of the band isnt religous...does every album cover need to be of christ dying?? dude, get with the times and cover a different topic.


I have been a slayer fan since the beginning.

Slayer rules all


Sick of reading... "it isn't Slayer without Jeff and Dave" Sorry but when Dave left the first TWO times no one said anything. Paul replaced him easily (Yes, Dave is the better drummer but stop comparing their styles). A lot of the newer Slayer was written by Kerry. Jeff was hurting and couldn't do much anymore. I am a diehard Slayer fan until they release a country cd, it will always be SLAYER!


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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