1 Jan 2014, 02:58 by Vldmrhrnndz
25 May 2013, 13:50 by Mr10Madness1. Angel of Death
2. Metal Storm/Face The Slayer
3. Raining Blood
4. Show No Mercy
5. South Of Heaven
6. Seasons In The Abyss
7. Jesus Saves
8. Hell Awaits
I've only listened to Show No Mercy, Hell Awaits, Reign in Blood, South of Heaven, Seasons in the Abyss, Divine Intervention and Christ Illusion
27 Oct 2012, 16:28 by emicomSat 27 Oct – LOUD PARK 12
Time table http://www.loudpark.com/12/time/index.html
Stone Sourがまだあるflyer。Children of Bodomは、その後来てくれることになりました。
【Christopher Amott】10:30 - 11:10
(Christopher Amott (born November 23, 1977 in Halmstad…
23 Dec 2011, 15:57 by osornios
4 Apr 2011, 15:37 by sarsippius164]Slayer is the only member of the Big 4 that has stayed true to its roots. Over their career you can always count on Slayer to be Slayer. That is a great thing considering the age of the band, pushing 30 years. There are very few things as consistent as Slayer have been for that long.
Starting out in 1983 with the release of Show No Mercy, they started out as the fastest and heaviest of the Big 4. The entire album was a sonic assault. Of course with guys like Dave Lombardo playing drums, you have no choice other than to be fast and heavy.
In 1985 Hell Awaits came out. The songs were a little longer on this release, and had a slight progressive feel. The first time I heard the song Hell Awaits was on a sampler tape called Rising Metal. Of course I really liked the intro to the song. The rest of it I did not really care for. Of course at that time I was mostly listening to Iron Maiden and Ozzy Osbourne. So the fast machine gun lyrics spat out by Tom Araya was more than any…
17 Mar 2011, 08:42 by deadsprtWed 16 Mar – Slayer / Megadeth
это будет репост из тви с блекджеком и тд
so i decided to add a little translation to this post, but since i'm so lazy, the translation won't be exact, i'll translate only the main ideas. the translation will follow russian text in grey
пока переводил решил добавить несколько строчек и на русском... >_>
в виду того, что сцена была слишком низкая, нифига не видно было не только мне, но и большинству народа, хотя мой телефон увидел сильно больше меня
почему я считаю что сцена слишком низкая? потому что например в главклабе я все прекрасно вижу практически с любой точки, не смотря на то насколько высоки люди передо мной
so, because of the thing that the stage was too low, it's not only me, but nobody could see anything. though my phone could see much more than i
why i think the stage was too low? because when i come to other clubs, for example GlavClub, i can see anything from any point…
24 Nov 2010, 21:29 by Matt_InmanTue 23 Nov – Exodus, Man Must Die, Shrapnel
Shrapnel opened up the night with a decent thrash assault. They were very influenced by bay area legends such as Testament and Exodus themselves, and provided good entertainment for an Exodus crowd. The sound was good quality and the performance was tight. 6/10
The next band to take the stage were Man Must Die. They had a mix of grinding thrash metal and deathcore, which wasn't awful, but wasn't particularly good either. They did not generate as much of a crowd reaction as they had thought, with the large pitting space being left as simply a space for most of the set. However, towards the end, the Scots paid a tribute to their upbringing on thrash metal by performing a vicious rendition of Slayer's classic anthem Postmortem, which did a very good job in getting the crowd hyped up, with a lot more interest and enthusiasm being shown by the fans. Overall, an average set compared to what was to come. 4/10
22 Sep 2008, 03:38 by sablespecterSlayer / Postmortem / Reign in Blood (9) / Oct 1986
Needed to take a break from (finally) cleaning up the property after last weekend's storm, so I headed up to an area bookstore to look for a DVD I need for class, and happened across local author and Cleveland Scene Music Dude D.X. Ferris, who was there for a book signing: yet another book in the (recommended) 33 1/3 Series, this one being the story behind Reign In Blood!
Had a chance to talk with him and K-ROCK jock Matt Wardlaw for about an hour, which was well spent. Class guys.
One of the first questions I asked Ferris was whether he had had the chance to get Tori Amos's take on Slayer as he was researching material for the book, and among the interviews he did while writing this, she indeed was one of them. I asked him why she decided to do her own, strange cover of Raining Blood (previous SotD - Slayer's, not Tori's). He didn't tell me directly, not wanting to spoil the story in the book I suppose.
19 Jun 2007, 06:38 by creepdeathSun 20 May – Kreator, Celtic Frost, Suicidal Angels
I LIKED: THE FACT THAT I COULD SEE FOR THE FIRST TIME
Celtic Frost PLAYING IN A SMALL CLUB...WHICH I THING FIT BETTER WITH THEIR DARK FEELING...
I DIDN'T LIKE: THE GIG WASN'T SOLD OUT
I LIKED: Suicide Angels.A VERY PROMISING GREEC BAND.THEY PLAYED A 35 MINUTE SET THAT WARMED UP THE CROWD AND FINISHED THEIR SHOW WITH 2 COVERS OF THE CLASSICS Slayer TRACKS Altar of Sacrifice AND Postmortem .
I LIKED: Celtic Frost . THEY CAME OUT ON STAGE AT 20.15 AND FOR 90 MIN. THEY ASTONISHED US WITH THEIR ENDLESS DARK SONGS. DRESSED IN BLACK-CORPSPAINTED-TOTAL MYSTAGOGIA!!!!!
I LIKED: MARTIN ERIC AIN: TOTAL PREIST OF DARKNESS!!!!
I LIKED: SYNAGOGA SATANAE: LAST TRACK AT FROST'S SET. FOR 15 MIN. THE CLUB TURNED INTO A LITANY TO THE GUY SOUTH OF HEAVEN...
I DIDN'T LIKE: THE POOR REACTION OF THE CROWD AT TRACKS LIKE Mesmerized
I LIKED: THE END. AS MARTIN SAID " ...ATHENS, GREECE, THE FROST BOWS BEFORE YOU...."