The worst thing is the use of excessive swearing. Pick it up if you like the newer sounds Slayer have been pumping out such as "Divine Intervention". I'm waiting for the day the whole world fucking dies" ‘Threshold’ just sounds disinterested in coming up with more than three riffs for the whole song. You just want to skip it. Yep, it’s good. That's right one and a half. This is certainly not the best slayer album, but it is aggressive, thrashy (thrash-core), good lyrics, slayer solo's and off course hate and blasphemy. Desperate need of riffs. Speaking of the songs, there are some that aren't so special, but also some that have become real classics on this CD: album opener "Disciple" is a must-play at every Slayer show, thanks to the cool main riff, the catchy vocal part and chorus, the various climaxes in the song's structure, the breakdown, and memorable lines like "God hates us all!" But just like ‘Diabolus In Musica’, ‘God Hates Us All’ gained little fans from that target market, but lost a lot a followers from the metal scene. Tom used to be able to sing and scream with the best of them, but on recent albums, there's been a lot more shouting and distorted vocals - not good. Buy it or be damned to eternal cock-sucking. Needless to say, it is easily the best song on the album. 'God Hates Us All' proved that Slayer has plenty of fight left in them, and it is unknown if they will continue this evolution of sorts onto their next, as yet untitled album. Then again, when you have an album titled God Hates Us All, you shouldn't really expect brilliant lyricism. Playing to the band's honed-to-a-science strengths and hearkening back to the golden age of mullet heads, God Hates Us All is Slayer's most brutal record since 1986's immortal (or undead) Reign in Blood. The lyrics are pretty interesting, but speaks highly of fascism, which in my eyes, don’t give any fucking extra credits what so ever. "Pessimist, Terrorist targeting the next mark Er zijn meerdere thrash/speed/death grondleggers zoals TESTAMENT en ANTHRAX, OVERKILL,LAAZ ROCKET en METAL CHURCH. The bass guitar is inaudible as so often, the guitars are heavily distorted but have little grip to them. The chorus is catchy as fuck, “God Hates Us All!” After the first chorus comes a solo. If you like bands like Slipknot, newer Sepultura, Machine Head or even System of a Down, I'm sure you'll dig this album and will marry it after the 10th listen. I then decided I'd ask my friend if I could burrow a Slayer album, to see if I liked them or not. The lyrics have gone from frightening (Hell Awaits era) to just plain stupid - it's clear to see that this band is desperately running out of ideas. God Hates Us All was released on September 11, 2001 (how fitting ay? Payback sounds like Slipknot's attempt to cover something from Reign In Blood. An ironic twist of fate? The intro is completely worthless (I don't mind intros if they're done right, but this one definitely is not), but then comes "Disciple," which actually serves up a healthy dose of ass-kickery. For one second. Horrible song writing for the most part And on. Bostaph's drumming quality is nearly to the same standard as Dave Lombardo's. Soundtrack for the movie Dracula 2001, which had a competent manuscript but sucked over the top anyway. Er zijn bands die harder rossen maar er zijn ook zeker bands die softer zijn! Exile That might be difficult to comprehend for those that pine for the 80’s material, but personally that would’ve been beneficial here. Is it even a riff? We all know you're not gonna smash our heads in, so why the pretentiousness? That's probably the worst idea I've heard in a while. In its entirety, the album has one and a half good songs. Begin new life
For starters, the name of the album is a ripoff of how Slipknot fans call themselves maggots; i.e., hated ones. This is clearly Slayer at the bottom of the barrel as far as material goes, and it really shows in the album's overall sound. Tom sounds really insane in some parts (not insane as in insanely good but just really twisted). Bloodline is one of the only tracks on the album were the vocals are not majorly distorted, and it is a genuinely good track. Thus, in the process of trying something new, they are now unfortunately producing lots of shitty songs. The second song, God Send Death is also fairly good. Now the songs themselves aren't bad, but the problem is that a lot of them (including the good ones) aren't anything that stand out as amazing or even memorable (except Disciple, New Faith (but for all the wrong reasons), Exile, and Seven Faces). Disciple is a tremendous song, a bid hardcore, lots of thrash and totally slayer. Fades out with the words “God hates us all” I need a therapeutic treatment. Reactie van een op 10-11-2001 om 20:08u It's quite welcome. That’s probably the worst idea I’ve heard in a while. Although I appreciate that Mr. Araya attempts the high-pitched scream, particularly on “God Send Death”, it just doesn’t feel right anyway. I mean c,mon how sad and lame are lyrics like: Ik vind Slayer wel beter dan Metallica, want Metallica is toch wel erg afgezwakt terwijl dit kwartet nu nog steeds aliva and kicking is. Dat Kerry in verschillende interviews zei dat hij de laatste tijd veel naar Slipknot luisterde en daardoor beïnvloed is, wordt Slayer kwalijk genomen. Watch Queue Queue. They have referred to it as nu-metal. I love early Slayer for their stripped down approach to dark thrash. Nobody can say any longer that he loves us, because exactly 15 years ago, he did not prevent the release of this miserable work that begged for the deceptive love of the zeitgeist. It's nothing we haven't heard somewhere else yet. No, the album did not come as a bad surprise. Slayer - God Hates Us All Slayer is one of the bands that I really look forward to when it comes to a new release. God Hates Us All is the ninth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer.Released on September 11, 2001, the album received positive critical reviews and entered the Billboard 200 at number 28. Far better. There are those angry-as-fuck vocals by Tom Araya, who screams on the top of his lungs. Now to me personally, this isn't the worst album in Slayer's discography, but I'd also be lying if it were my favorite Slayer album. Fast, precise and pure Hanneman-style! God Hates Us All doesn't sound much "mallcore" like you claim, with the exception of a couple of songs - much less "mallcore" than Metallica's riffless St. Anger piece of shit. The point is, the band made a departure from what they were good at, and every Slayer fan was on their toes leading up to 9/11 (a fitting release date) waiting to see if they would return to their thrash roots. After "Bloodline" we come into "Deviance" which sounds a lot like "Seven Faces", with recycled riffs taken of South Of Heaven, mixed with slow hardcore riffs. For starters, Slayer doesn't add any window dressing to its bile-filled Satanic metal. Hell even Divine Intervention sounds better than this album, and that's saying something. Of course, everybody has the right to modify the style of his music. Kickass riffs and sampled voice makes this a fucking awesome way to start the album. Right after the first verse, Tom grunts out a couple lines delivered in an eerily Korn-like fashion, which make the song that much harder to suffer through. Decent song, nothing too orgasmic thou, but still not as boring and uninspired as the previous five songs. This is one mixed bag of a record. Tom Araya's vocals appear as though they have completely gone down the shitter (not true, he is still halfway decent live, but I think after listening to that distortion for a few minutes, even my hair turned orange and even my pants baggified themselves! I think because Kerry was very influenced by shitty lyrics of the mallcore band Slipknot. And he really should stop trying to do high pitched screams because he clearly can't do that well anymore. The compositions itself are, just like the riffs, quite uninspired. Disciple is catchy and the screaming sounds angrier than anything I've heard, and it's not repetitive like some people say; the chorus (which is great) only comes around 2 times and new riffs are introduced, so if you want repetitive, you should listen to Maiden's Brave New World - that's fucking repetitive. Score: 100 / 100, Slayer - God Hates Us All God Hates Us All, an Album by Slayer. The sound replaces the bright, happy tone found on Diabolus. Score: 100 / 100, Slayer - God Hates Us All After that, it just gets worse. It's not good, it's not even catchy. It's not St. Anger bad, but it's pretty damn close. Review Slayer 4 World Painted Blood. Aside from Deviance being a somewhat forgettable song, everything else ranges from good to very memorable for me. The masters are back with a new opus, so is it up to their standard? Slayer just betrayed their own style by replacing anything that was in a way sophisticated and needed more that 3 months of guitar lessons with loudness war production and totally dumb Slipknot style riffs. But if you have listened to one of the first 5 albums of Slayer, you won't stand any of these songs for longer than about 1 minute without being totally annoyed. Score: 88 / 100, dit is een goed album man en wat zit je zielig over slipknot te praten hoe durf je die mongolen met slayer vergelyken ik wi wel eens weeten nu christ illusion uit is ondertusse of je nog altyd vind dat slipknot 20keer harder speelt haha dikke lozer man hail slayer man, Slayer - God Hates Us All And on. Well, all bands eventually do that with time, some of them taking longer than others, but they always manage to progress a little bit. bovendien is het toch verbazend om te horen hoe aggresief deze band nog klinkt terwijl ze al 20 jaar meegaan. Ok, so this one's the infamous Slayer's "nu-metal oriented" album. To some, it appeared to be another record in which the thrash icons failed to diversify their songwriting. i hate everyone equally To an album more in the vein of Reign in blood, but with new touch. God Send Death is OK but about as just repetitive as The Wicker Man and no more, and I didn't like New Faith before, but after listening to it 10 times, I found it to be somewhat interesting. God Hates Us All follows the story of a lonely young man, desperate to find meaning to his lost and destructive life. It's for the best he changed his voice, or it would have been emberassing. All these songs have strong points and should not be overlooked by any Slayer fans. are excellent lyrics. Ultimately disappointing. Here comes the pain sucks and Payback sucks. Well, you can say, at least Slayer showed the world that when it comes to hard and loud music, they still rule the scene, and I guess if you would have played this album to a Slipknot or Machine Head fan back then, while listening to this, he would have peed in his pants. Score: 85 / 100, Haha, door deze CD ging ik naar Metal (en Slayer!!) Fortunately (or unfortunately depending on which side you're on), the naysayers, the pessimistic bitches who predicted Slayer's demise have had their asses kicked in a fashion so brutal words cannot describe it. So if I get this right, by the time bands like Linkin Park, Slipknot and Machine Head became popular, the older metal bands like Slayer, Sepultura and even Kreator and several others went a bit crazy about these new styles called groove and nu metal, and the fact that bands with almost no skilled musicians and extremely predictable and dull songs became extremely famous. songs as breathtaking in their attack as past classics like "War Ensemble" and "Angel Of Death." But it sure is better than Diabolus in Musica. Third best song so far. Gewoon een heerlijke bak agressie. mmm...een dubbel gevoel. Review Slayer 29 God Hates Us All. Reviewed by Marc. 13 songs (42'41) Release year: 2001 Slayer, American Recordings. The collector's edition is also worth checking out for the bonus tracks. Exceptions are maximum 5 second long intro passages like the kickass opening riff from Disciple or War Zone. Genres: Thrash Metal. Good and effective drumming. Reactie van klokkie op 03-05-2013 om 02:45u It's the most joyous holiday of the year, a great feast of colorful lights and hymnal singing and everything else that is completely the opposite of what Heavy Metal is about. Exile? The contents of ”God Hates Us All” are as hectic as the events were on that faithful day. They didn’t. Score: 75 / 100, Je bent niet geil, alleen heel zielig.... GHUA ruleert, hoewel Reign In Blood natuurlijk veel beter is, Slayer - God Hates Us All During those few seconds of feedback, the band handed off their instruments and went on vacation, figuring that they'd let the bums and the guy with the mask finish the album and then come back to collect royalties. The moments then get even fewer and even farther between from here... God Send Death starts off cool, and is even okay when it gets fast, other than the complete neutering done by the production... the vocals suck so goddamn hard, and the guitars lack any aggression whatsoever. It's a different kind of Slayer, but that doesn't mean it's bad. This book reminded me more of Bret Easton Ellis’s cult classic book Less Than Zero. Reactie van metallicass op 05-01-2005 om 19:02u. The legendary Slayer shares Slipknot's dogged fury and persistence of vision, but God Hates Us All clearly illustrates why it stands a good chance of outlasting its Iowa brethren. Oh well, since the distortion on the vocals is so fucking messed up you don’t get to hear much anyways. Everything from “New Faith” to “Exile” are great songs. God Send Death is not especially good, the riffs aren’t there the lyrics are sub-decent and the solos forgettable. Slayer - God Hates Us All Reactie van trooper op 24-08-2004 om 03:19u Score: 90 / 100 Schitterend album, idd onder Reign in blood en mijn persoonlijke favoriet Seasons in the abyss, maar toch een waardige plaat voor slayer. You need to vent? and Tom Araya's vocals are consistent, his performance is solid, although he goes a bit over the top on some occasions (see the scream at the beginning of "Seven Faces"). While being HIGHLY well produced (much better than the awful sound on the last record) and interesting on the ears, the song writing cannot decide on a consistent idea OR a consistent level of qaulity. Score: 90 / 100, Slayer - God Hates Us All I'm not gonna bother giving more examples, you just need to read some of the lyrics written on this turd and you'll see what I mean. God Hates Us All Slayer. 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