Category: Classic Rock

The Antichrist - Slayer - Show No Mercy (CD, Album)

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  1. Watch the video for The Antichrist from Slayer's Show No Mercy for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  2. This song is strikingly similar to "The Antichrist" but isn"t up to the same standards of the masterpiece itself. It"s very slow and boring in the bridge. The whole song is pretty slow in fact. I guess it"s the song 9 curse (I rarely like song 9 on a CD) but the end solo is pretty crazy. Show No Mercy () This is an amazing way to end the album.
  3. Nov 10,  · The Antichrist Lyrics By – Hanneman* Music By – Hanneman*, King* A3: Slayer: Show No Mercy ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Roadrunner Records: RR Germany: Sell This Version: none: Slayer: Slap on Show No Mercy and point the La Scalas in their general direction. The cover alone is worth the price of admission/5().
  4. Time has passed, and in hindsight most people seem to have discounted Show No Mercy as simply being a little step in Slayer's evolution to the kings of thrash. I beg to differ. In my humble opinion, this debut represents the band's second best album ever released (slightly ahead of Hell Awaits and a shade behind the almighty Reign In Blood).
  5. The whole first album "Show No Mercy" is amazing with an optimum amount of heaviness, speed and rythim. Personally I loved "Metal Storm/Face the Slayer" since the first time I heard it. "Black Magic", "Evil Has No Boundaries" and "Show No Mercy" are other awesome songs from that album.
  6. The album was written and arranged by Charles himself and produced by Marc di Domenico. It shines with sincerity and shows a desire to pass on the torch too - demonstrated by a duet with soul revelation Benjamin Clementine.
  7. Show No Mercy, an Album by Slayer. Released 3 December on Metal Blade (catalog no. MBR ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Thrash Metal, Speed Metal. Featured peformers: Tom Araya (bass, vocals), Kerry King (lead guitar, rhythm guitar), Jeff Hanneman (lead guitar, rhythm guitar), Dave Lombardo (drums), Slayer (producer), Brian Slagel (executive producer), Bill Metoyer (engineering), Kevin Gray.
  8. Slayer was an American metal band from Huntington Park, California, active from Formed by guitarists Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman, drummer Dave Lombardo, and bassist/vocalist Tom Araya, Slayer's extremely fast and aggressive musical style made them one of the s "Big Four" bands of the thrash metal style, alongside Metallica, Megadeth, and Anthrax.

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