WEFOUNDSlayer: Repentless


01. Delusions of Savior
02. Repentless
03. Take Control
04. Vices
05. Cast the First Stone
06. When the Stillness Comes
07. Chasing Death
08. Implode
09. Piano Wire
10. Atrocity Vendor
11. You Against You
12. Pride in Prejudice

SLAYER 's new album, "Repentless" , the band's 12th, debuted at Number Four on The Billboard 200 chart. Yes, that actually happened. While this kind of pop cultural seal of approval is essentially meaningless in the world of metal, it really is about time, and considering SLAYER 's long-standing contribution in making metal an ever-present bloodstain upon the global musical landscape, it's well deserved. The release has also topped charts internationally. It's a shame that founding guitarist and songwriter Jeff Hanneman wasn't around to see it.

Hanneman 's early eighties punk and hardcore leanings spiked the band's initial heavy metal mix with the potency of a molotov cocktail, turning SLAYER into the unique beast that has defined and shaped metal in so many ways. He sadly died in 2013 due to cirrhosis of the liver, and it remains to be seen if his passing will be the band's fatal blow. Judging by what "Repentless" has to offer, it seems that Jeff 's death might actually mark the end of SLAYER 's creativity. Perhaps they cannot make quality SLAYER music without Jeff .

01. Delusions of Savior
02. Repentless
03. Take Control
04. Vices
05. Cast the First Stone
06. When the Stillness Comes
07. Chasing Death
08. Implode
09. Piano Wire
10. Atrocity Vendor
11. You Against You
12. Pride in Prejudice

SLAYER 's new album, "Repentless" , the band's 12th, debuted at Number Four on The Billboard 200 chart. Yes, that actually happened. While this kind of pop cultural seal of approval is essentially meaningless in the world of metal, it really is about time, and considering SLAYER 's long-standing contribution in making metal an ever-present bloodstain upon the global musical landscape, it's well deserved. The release has also topped charts internationally. It's a shame that founding guitarist and songwriter Jeff Hanneman wasn't around to see it.

Hanneman 's early eighties punk and hardcore leanings spiked the band's initial heavy metal mix with the potency of a molotov cocktail, turning SLAYER into the unique beast that has defined and shaped metal in so many ways. He sadly died in 2013 due to cirrhosis of the liver, and it remains to be seen if his passing will be the band's fatal blow. Judging by what "Repentless" has to offer, it seems that Jeff 's death might actually mark the end of SLAYER 's creativity. Perhaps they cannot make quality SLAYER music without Jeff .

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