God Hates Us All [DVD Bonus Tracks] [Explicit Lyrics]

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All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
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. While God Hates Us All isn't on a par with those classics, without much argument one could call it a return to form for Slayer. A couple "War Ensemble"-style thrashers, "Disciple" and "New Death," get the ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jason Birchmeier
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. While God Hates Us All isn't on a par with those classics, without much argument one could call it a return to form for Slayer. A couple "War Ensemble"-style thrashers, "Disciple" and "New Death," get the album off to vicious start; "Payback" concludes the album likewise. On the other hand, "Bloodline" is a slower-paced, evocative song in the style of "Reign in Blood" and "South of Heaven," including a melodic chorus. These are the highlights of God Hates Us All, and while there are some passable songs sequenced throughout the 13-track album, it's solid and well-balanced overall. Especially since it arrived after a long absence, God Hates Us All should be a relief for long-time Slayer fans who were afraid the band had fallen off during the '90s, and it well may surprise newcomers unfamiliar with the band's prime recordings from the mid- to late '80s.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/3/2002
  • Label: Universal Uk
  • UPC: 044006304021
  • Catalog Number: 063040
  • Sales rank: 193,684

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Darkness of Christ (1:30)
  2. 2 Disciple (3:35)
  3. 3 God Send Death (3:45)
  4. 4 New Faith (3:05)
  5. 5 Cast Down (3:26)
  6. 6 Threshold (2:29)
  7. 7 Exile (3:55)
  8. 8 Seven Faces (3:41)
  9. 9 Bloodline (3:20)
  10. 10 Deviance (3:09)
  11. 11 War Zone (2:44)
  12. 12 Scarstruck
  13. 13 Here Comes the Pain (4:32)
  14. 14 Payback (3:03)
  15. 15 Addict
  16. 16 Darkness of Christ
  17. 17 Bloodline
  18. 18 Raining Blood
  19. 19 Interview/B-Roll Footage
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Slayer Primary Artist
Tom Araya Bass, Vocals
Jeff Hanneman Guitar
Kerry King Guitar
Paul Bostaph Drums
Technical Credits
Tom Araya Composer
Anthony Bongiovi Director
Jeff Hanneman Composer
Matt Hyde Producer, Engineer
Kerry King Composer
Rick Rubin Executive Producer
Eddy Schreyer Mastering
Louis Marino Art Direction, Illustrations
Dino Paredes Executive Producer
Dean Maher Engineer
Nick John Executive Producer
Rick Sales Executive Producer
Glenis S. Gross Executive Producer
David Stelzer Executive Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Profane Misanthropy

    Slayers songs have a depth that few other bands can reach, in any genre. Their naked eye stare into the blackness of humanity coupled with their music is awesome. Definitely their best album.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    slayer still kicks butt

    slayer has been a big influence in my life.from the beginning until now with god hates us all.so far the best album to date.a hard and meaningful album.not since reign in blood have i heard such a great album.i give this album 2 thumbs up.

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