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Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Criminally Insane Remix. On your trail I close the gap One Altar Of Sacrifice - Slayer - Reign In Blood (CD life that soon won't be No emotion Your flesh is all I need I'll send you to your maker Confront the God you seek A flash of red upon his your chest Safety out of reach You have no choice of life or death My face Album) will not see I'll rip your flesh 'till there's no breath Dismembered destiny Modulistic terror A vast sadistic feast There's only one way out of here Piece by piece 3.

Ripping apart Severing flesh Gouging eyes Tearing limb from limb Experimentation, slow infection, internal decay Execution, need transfusion, body rots away Sliced incision, zero vision, loss of vital signs Skin contortion, bone erosion, your life becomes your fine Ripping apart Severing flesh Gouging eyes Tearing limb from limb [LEAD: HANNEMAN, KING] Strangulation, mutilation, cancer of the brain Limb dissection, amputation, from a mind deranged Asphyxiation, suffocation, gasping for air Explain to me the feeling after sitting in the chair Sliced incision, zero vision, loss of vital signs Skin contortion, bone erosion, your life becomes your fine Necrophobic can't control the paranoia Scared to die 4.

Altar Of Sacrifice [Lyrics - King, Music - Hanneman] Waiting the hour destined to die Here on the table of Album) A figure in white unknown by man Approaching the altar of death High priest awaiting dagger in hand Spilling the pure virgin blood Satan's slaughter, ceremonial death Answer Album) every command Death will come easy just close your eyes - Dream of the friends you'll see Heavenly failure losing again Move on to a new form of life Altar of sacrifice, curse of the damned Confronting the evil you dread Coalesce into one your shadow and soul Soon you will meet the undead [LEAD: HANNEMAN] Altar of sacrifice, curse of the damned Confronting the evil you dread Coalesce into one your shadow and soul Soon you will meet the undead Enter to the realm of Satan!

There's a part almost at the end of the song where Lombardo executes a "drum solo" and then the guitars start their heavy sound which seconds later speed up to become a fast and furious monster - but only for a short period of time! Raining Blood is another legendary song that is very unique, and not like many typical thrash metal songs where the song's structure is made of sections of that song that are repeated after some time confusing?

There is no section in Raining Blood's structure that is repeated again. What a great song it is! In conclusion, Reign in Blood is an excellent album that will make Slayer be remembered for eternity. With its leaden rhythms, bludgeoning riffery and some of the most morbid images this side of Friday the 13th films, the album raised the bar for thrash, Album) loudly—and proudly—that Slayer had arrived as a leader of the form, on par with the more highly touted metal peers such as Metallica, Megadeth and Anthrax.

It was also a significant step forward for the Huntington Beach, California, quartet, which started, in the early Eighties, aping the New Wave of British Heavy Metal and wearing eye makeup by the time it released its debut album, Show No Mercy, in —an outre fashion since even Kiss had put away the cosmetics the previous year. He brought everything more in-your-face. Get Known if you don't have an account. Show Spoilers. How well does it match the trope?


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