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Slayer-reign in blood

Discussion in 'Your Reviews' started by sate_in, Mar 19, 2004.

  1. Thoth-Amon

    Thoth-Amon Hypochondriac

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    This is precisely what I'd expect to hear from a n00b who likes shit like Pantera and COB.
     
  2. RevolutionIsMyName

    RevolutionIsMyName New Metal Member

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    you fucking white trash piece of shit. you dont even know what real metal is if you say Slayer is the best band ever. And if you dont like Pantera then your just fucking dumb. And if you dont have respect for Pantera then your not a fan of metal. I may not like Slayer but at least I respect them. I wish I could defend COB but theyre love em or hate em. But if you think that you like metal and call Slayer the best band even and hate on Pantera then your the n00b you fucking douchbag.
     
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    Thoth-Amon Hypochondriac

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    LOL! You are such a loser. Nowhere did I say Slayer was the best band. But no I don't like Pantera... it's redneck groove metal and frankly it isn't very good. Sadly modern Slayer has more than it's fair share of groove metal in it. But classic Slayer is so beyond Pantera or COB that to even compare the two is ludicrous. And not liking or respecting Pantera is hardly the defining point of whether one likes "true" metal or not. I would find the following answers for that accusation understandable: Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Mercyful Fate, etc. But not Pantera. As far as me not knowing "true" metal I was probably listening to real metal back when you were still watching Barney so don't give me that shit. Now go back to your redneck groove fest.
     
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    RevolutionIsMyName New Metal Member

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    THE SOUTH NEVER DIES!!!! haha I was just joking around with you. I don't care if you like Slayer or not haha music is all about opinions. Haha im sorry if i offended you in anyway I was just joking around. And yes you are right you were probably listening to metal while i was watching Barney haha.
     
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    Thoth-Amon Hypochondriac

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    :lol:
     
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    FUCK YEAH!!! Reign in Blood is an essential metal album, in fact make that an essential album, if you have'nt got this you can't claim to like music
     
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    I tend to look at Rein In Blood, South Of Heaven and Seasons in the abyss as a trilogy. I see them as equals. To me, they all fit so perfectly together as equals.
     
  8. TylerTheNuke

    TylerTheNuke I have eaten you

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    This album was part of my introduction into thrash. I bought it around the same time I bought master of puppets. I remember being absolutly awed and blown away by the sheer heaviness/speed/aggression in it. I remember how awesome everything sounded, especialy on angel of death. The production of it was so perfect that I could totally immerse myself in it. That drum fill on angel of death, it was my favorite fill of all time. Unfortunatly, the magic has worn off for me and now it is just another thrash album to me. I mean, it is still great, but not amazing to me. Still, this was fucking heavy for its time.
     
  9. Thoth-Amon

    Thoth-Amon Hypochondriac

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    Well I've found that the "magic" on most albums has worn off for me but I still enjoy all those albums.
     
  10. TylerTheNuke

    TylerTheNuke I have eaten you

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    Yeah, I still enjoy it for sure. It is one of those albums I pull out when looking for an old album to just enjoy and not have to pay too much attention because you already know it inside out.
     
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    Thoth-Amon Hypochondriac

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    Precisely... and sometimes I like to blast Angel of Death in my car on the way home and scream my ass off too... :lol:
     
  12. Pitiless Wanderer

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    this was my first slayer album and it took me a while to get into it. like most ppl here, i like angel of death and raining blood the most but i also like necrophobic a lot, too.

    slayer deserves all the respect in the world, but theyll never be one of my favorite bands. i think their material, for the most part just isnt as strong as say, pre-black metallica - which to this day still beats the pants off most thrash ever recorded.
     
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    Exactly... especially if your driving down a parkway/highway/freeway (whatever word you use in your part of the country lol) at 80 miles a hour. It was my first Slayer album I bought back in 1986 and at the time i was obsessed with the album but over time I have become bored with it. But to me it is like fine wine. You bring it out once in awhile and savor it. People sometimes analyze music too much and should just shut up and enjoy it.
     
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    Yeah and sometimes you scream 'Pressure in your skull begins pushing through your eyes!' to people who are stop lights with you... :lol:
     
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    damn right lol or Jesus Saves!! :kickass: and they think you are Christian lol ...
     
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    harvestofsorrows New Metal Member

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    my first slayer album...Angel of Death nearly blew my speakers out!! Fukin insane album though
     
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    :worship: i loved the albulm from day 1,:kickass: my only complaint is its short length.

    but nowadays i keep on the shelf to be only savored on special occasions.
    after the first couple thousand listens it got ..uh....."predictable":zombie:
     
  18. QuorthonLives!

    QuorthonLives! Flaming Axe of Doom

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    Absolutely essential - any fan of extreme metal or thrash must own this or die! I've searched and I've searched - speed metal like Metal Church, Deathrash like Dew-Scented, neo-thrash like Shadows Fall, even brutal death metal like Nile - never found anything to equal the intensity and atmosphere of this album. Even though on paper this is shitty generic thrash (double bass? generic chugging riffs? solos that don't use scales? Satan? LAME!), the album is just fucking amazing. Best thrash album of all time (Even over Puppets, another absolute fucking classic). Changed my life.
     
  19. eliudhs

    eliudhs I'm seraph. I'm snake.

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    This was one of the first metal albums that I discovered, but more important it helped me get into the genre. Looking back, I don't technically enjoy much, but back in the day Angel of Death was fucking insane to hear for the first time. I can't deny that AoD and also Reign in Blood are classics to this day. A lot of the stuff in between isn't so great though.
     
  20. Mustainefan90

    Mustainefan90 Bringer of Deth

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    Not a fan. I think it's over rated, and would much rather listen to Peace Sells or Ride the Lightning.
     

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