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Album SLAYER God Hates Us All (2001)
SLAYER (UNITED STATES)
God Hates Us All (2001)
4/5
4.3/5
AMERICAN RECORDINGS / THRASH / 0 com(s)
With "God Hates Us All", Slayer have refocused on what they do best: chaotic, furious, visceral and uncompromising Thrash metal.
VAL - 31/03/2011
Album SLAYER South Of Heaven (1988)
SLAYER (UNITED STATES)
South Of Heaven (1988)
4/5
4.5/5
DEF JAM RECORDINGS / THRASH / 0 com(s)
Sandwiched between two monstrous albums, "South Of Heaven" is mainly a victim of the context in which it was written, but shows that Slayer is a band capable of renewing itself.
VAL - 28/04/2010
Album SLAYER Seasons In The Abyss (1990)
SLAYER (UNITED STATES)
Seasons In The Abyss (1990)
5/5
4.5/5
AUTRE LABEL / THRASH / 0 com(s)
Modern, and even ahead of its time, Slayer negotiates with "Seasons In The Abyss" the turn of the 90s with an incredible class and makes itself forever a place in the paradise of metal.
VAL - 30/04/2010
Album SLAYER Hell Awaits (1985)
SLAYER (UNITED STATES)
Hell Awaits (1985)
4/5
4/5
METAL BLADE RECORDS / THRASH / 0 com(s)
Rather coldly welcomed at the time, "Hell Awaits" is today hailed as an essential of Slayer and Thrash in general, as well as its successors.
VAL - 26/04/2010
Album SLAYER Repentless (2015)
SLAYER (UNITED STATES)
Repentless (2015)
4/5
4.8/5
NUCLEAR BLAST / THRASH / 0 com(s)
Overcoming adversity and trials, Slayer offers us with Repentless a solid thrash record guaranteeing a newfound know-how and a huge desire to fight.
NOISE - 11/09/2015
Album SLAYER Show No Mercy (1983)
SLAYER (UNITED STATES)
Show No Mercy (1983)
4/5
4.8/5
METAL BLADE RECORDS / THRASH / 0 com(s)
Despite some youthful mistakes, "Show No Mercy" from Slayer is a record that every Thrash fan must have.
REDDUST - 04/08/2008
Album SLAYER Reign In Blood (1986)
SLAYER (UNITED STATES)
Reign In Blood (1986)
5/5
4.5/5
DEF JAM RECORDINGS / THRASH / 0 com(s)
'Reign In Blood' is an absolute myth, the very definition of a genre and probably its most obvious masterpiece.
VAL - 27/04/2010
 
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