|Seasons In The Abyss|
|3||Spirit In Black|
|5||Dead Skin Mask|
|7||Skeletons Of Society|
|9||Born Of Fire|
|10||Seasons In The Abyss|
|Reign In Blood|
|11||Angel Of Death|
|12||Piece By Piece|
|14||Altar Of Sacrifice|
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Seasons in the Abyss is the fifth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer, released on October 9, 1990 by Def American Records. Recording sessions began in March 1990 at Hit City West and Hollywood Sound, and ended in June 1990 at The Record Plant in Los Angeles, California. It was the band's last album to feature original drummer Dave Lombardo until 2006's Christ Illusion.
From the press: SLAYER - REIGN IN BLOOD Reign in Blood is what it is considered to be Slayer's master creation, and also the best thrash album of all times. Reign in Blood was an album way advanced for the time it came out. It was geniously composed, and purposely blasphemous. Angel of Death is probably the most famous song by them, a metal anthem for metal heads. Slayer's lyrics have always been blasphemous and diabolic - and gory too, but in Angel of Death's lyrics we can see some very geniously written lyrics - Angel of Death's lyrics talking about Auschwitz, the infamous concentration camp where Jewish people were killed and worked. This song is sooooo good!
Slayer toured playing Reign in Blood in its entirety throughout the fall of 2003, under the tour banner "Still Reigning". Their playing of the final song, "Raining Blood", culminated with the band drenched in a rain of stage blood. Live footage of this was recorded at the Augusta Civic Center in Augusta, Maine, on July 11, 2004 and released on the 2004 DVD Still Reigning. The band also released War at the Warfield and a box set, Soundtrack to the Apocalypse featuring rarities, live CD and DVD performances and various Slayer merchandise. The band stated that the album takes elements of all their previous works including Seasons in the Abyss, South of Heaven, and Reign in Blood. Slayer, along with Metallica, Megadeth, and Anthrax performed on the same bill for the first time on June 16, 2010 at Bemowo Airport, near Warsaw, Poland.
Seasons in the Abyss. Produced by Jeff Hanneman & Tom Araya. Album Seasons in the Abyss. Seasons in the Abyss Lyrics. Razors edge Outlines the dead Incisions in my head Anticipation the stimulation To kill the exhilaration. Close your eyes Look deep in your soul Step outside yourself And let your mind go Frozen eyes stare deep in your mind as you die. Close your eyes And forget your name Step outside yourself And let your thoughts drain As you go insane, go insane . Seasons in the Abyss Slayer. 2. Blood Red. 3. Spirit In Black.
180 gram heavyweight vinyl with black and white lyrics insert.
After staking out new territory with the underrated South of Heaven, Slayer brought back some of the pounding speed of Reign in Blood for their third major-label album, Seasons in the Abyss. Essentially, Seasons fuses its two predecessors, periodically kicking up the mid-tempo grooves of South of Heaven with manic bursts of aggression. War Ensemble" and the title track each represented opposite sides of the coin, and they both earned Slayer their heaviest MTV airplay to date
And of course, there's Slayer's Seasons in the Abyss. After 1986's lighting fast effort, Reign in Blood, an album to this day that's being hailed as a classic by many a fan, and 1988's slower, more sinister, South of Heaven, Slayer returns once again with another well received record. Seasons in the Abyss has Slayer returning to the fast, thrashy style that their name pretty is synonymous with over the years. There are two elements present in Seasons in the Abyss that stand out among the 42 minutes of chaos. The first thing, my personal favourite part about the album, is the guitars. The Kerry King/Jeff Hanneman tandem definitely impresses, whether is be through consistent riffs, or their constant shredding. Only 10 left in stock (more on the way).