Slayer - God Hates Us All mp3 flac
- Album: God Hates Us All
- MP3: 1726 mb | FLAC: 1326 mb
- Released: 2001
- Style: Thrash
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 116
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Slayer - God Hates Us All. UMG (от лица компании "American Recordings Catalog P&D"); UBEM, UMPI, UMPG Publishing, ASCAP, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (3). Композиция.
God Hates Us All is the ninth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer, released on September 11, 2001 by American Recordings. It was recorded over three months at The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver, and includes the Grammy Award-nominated "Disciple". Guitarist Kerry King wrote the majority of its lyrics, taking a different approach from earlier recordings by exploring topics such as religion, murder, revenge, and self-control.
God Hates Us All is the eighth studio album by Slayer. The album was the band’s last to feature drummer Paul Bostaph until his return twelve years later. Guitarist Kerry King wrote the majority of the lyrics, taking a different approach from earlier recordings by exploring topics such as religion, murder, revenge and self-control
Slayer hates their fans. The album comes with a cover slip with alternate artwork to censor the original image. Bootlegged by Digital Justice with artwork lifted from the traycard of the remastered version of Seasons in the Abyss. Video was made for 'Bloodline'. Recording information: Recorded at Warehouse Studios, Vancouver, Canada. Mixed at Larrabee East, Los Angeles, California. Mastered at Oasis Mastering, Studio City, California.
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God Hates Us All is the ninth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer. The album is the band's last to feature drummer Paul Bostaph until their 2015 Repentless.
Incredibly brutal, God Hates Us All is Slayer's most effective album since Seasons in the Abyss (1990), thanks in large part to Matt Hyde's raw production and a handful of killer songs. The previous few Slayer albums - Divine Intervention (1994), Undisputed Attitude (1996), and Diabolus in Musica (1998) - were relatively disappointing, at least for anyone familiar with the band's defining triptych of Reign in Blood (1986), South of Heaven (1988), and Seasons in the Abyss (1990)