Tag: God Hates Us All

Throwback: “Disciple” from Slayer!

While we await the first material from the long spoken of new project of former Slayer guitarist Kerry King and drummer Paul Bostaph, it’s time to celebrate 21 years of “God Hates Us All“. Recorded over a three month period at Bryan Adams The Warehouse Studio in Vancouver we’ve selected the obvious choice in Grammy

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Bloodline.

After 1998’s “Diabolus In Musica” received for the most part a luke warm reception amoung Slayer fans and deemed “experimental” at best and “bordering on Nu-Metal” at worst, something needed to change. Three years later, after successful stints on Ozzfest, they regrouped, switching from Rick Rubin to Matt Hyde (Nekrogoblikon, Hatebreed) to engineer, produce and

NEWS: JumpScare streaming Slayer cover!

A new Slayer tribute compilation album from Antichrist Metalzine sees no less that 26 bands pay tribute to the newly retired Big Four of Thrash Kings. Joining Serpents Kiss and Unto The Wolves are Italian Melodic Death Metallers JumpScare who took on “Bloodline” from the bands “God Hates Us All” album, self recording, mixing and

Riff Police! Pull Over! #14: Disturbed Vs Slayer!

Would you believe it if someone said Disturbed had ripped off a Slayer riff in one of their songs? Would you believe it if they said Slayer ripped off a Disturbed riff? Which one of those seems the least likely statement? It’s hard to imagine either but this series is called “Riff Police” so one

Vs. Tuesday: Round #6: 2 Bands Cover 1 Song. Who Wins? Fight!

Two more different covers of the same song you probably won’t find – now I’ve said that, you probably will. Scottish Alt. Rockers Aerogramme put there own spin on “Disciple” by Slayer by taking us into an industrial bare-bones soundscape soaked in atmosphere. London Metalcore crew Counting Days on the other hand take the balls