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Hell Awaits - Slayer - Hell Awaits

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  1. When it was released in , Slayer's second full album, Hell Awaits, seemed to many a nearly impenetrable cacophony of sound. However, it proved to be incredibly ahead of its time instead, and has since been confirmed as a mandatory item in the band's remarkable discography.8/
  2. Oct 12,  · Check out Hell Awaits by Slayer on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on bluesrock.yozshushicagegagoreandronn.infoinfo(21).
  3. A small evolution for Slayer, Hell Awaits is the only album of it's kind in their discography, which by admission would make it one of the more unique thrash metal albums out there. Another early thrash classic that would help pave the way for some of the more brutal stuff to come, with Sodom releasing one of death metal's first album to my knowledge just a year later.
  4. Hell Awaits is the second studio album by the American thrash metal band Slayer, released through Metal Blade Records in The band's previous release, Show No Mercy, became Metal Blade Records' highest selling release; as a result, producer Brian Slagel desired to release a second Slayer .
  5. Hell Awaits is a huge leap forward from Slayer’s debut album, Show No bluesrock.yozshushicagegagoreandronn.infoinfo's fully immersed in the band’s signature style of hellish thrash. The opening song begins as a descent into Hades: deranged guitar fades in as the listener is greeted with a backwards recording of a .
  6. There's a CD copy of Hell Awaits where the inside of the cover is mis-printed with the Show No Mercy lyrics. Sections of the artwork were taken without permission from Jean Giraud, otherwise known as Moebius. Recording information: Recorded by Ron Fair at Eldorado, Hollywood, and by Bill Metoyer at Track Record, Los Angeles.
  7. Hell Awaits by Slayer tab with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal.

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