God Hates Us All

God Hates Us All

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by Slayer
     
 

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Product Details

Release Date:
12/17/2013
Label:
American Recordings
UPC:
0602537467723
catalogNumber:
001885001
Rank:
32721

Tracks

  1. Darkness Of Chirst
  2. Disciple
  3. God Send Death
  4. New Faith
  5. Cast Down
  6. Threshold
  7. Exile
  8. Seven Faces
  9. Bloodline
  10. Deviance
  11. War Zone
  12. Here Comes The Pain
  13. Payback

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Performance Credits

Slayer   Primary Artist

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God Hates Us All 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 37 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great album, hard to find on vinyl. Worth every penny.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Slayer fans will not be disappointed & any new kids who may just be discovering the joys of metal music will find this disc to be a satisfactory starting point. It starts heavy & fast & never ends. The musicianship is fercious throughout. While everyone in the band deserves a round (of applause or beer) drummer Paul Bostaph's slamming is a real standout. The mix is superb & his drumming comes across like a violent thunderstorm, breathtaking!! Some of the lyrics may be offensive to some people out there & the subject matter at times is pretty evil & dark, however if this sort of thing doesn't bother you then it may never leave your CD player. Standout tracks for me are ''Pay Back,'' ''Disciple,'' ''Exile,'' ''Deviance'' and ''Warzone.'' I can't wait to hear the songs live on stage, I can't imagine the guitar duo of Hanneman & King not being able to avoid blisters on their fingers from playing these songs nightly. Damn this is the heaviest, most brutal disc i've heard in quite a long, long time.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is truly GARBAGE!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This Album is absolutely the heaviest and best album I've heard in a long time. For those of you who love Slayer's classic ''Reign in Blood'' this album will certainly be your favorite album of the year. The song ''New Faith'' is simply a Slayer classic. This represents the kings of thrash at their very best!! Highly recommended! Be forwarned however that the lyrics are not for the feint of heart at all. BTW: In light of recent events the song ''Payback'' will strike a chord with each of you.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album pretty much kicks butt from start to finish. It's way better than their last album Diabolus In Musica. Blows it out of the water as a matter of fact. Slayer fans shouldn't be disappointed by this release.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This definately is one of Slayer's best album's. It's obvious that they spent a lot of time producing this album. The guitars on ''God Hates Us All'' are some of the best on any Slayer album or any new metal album, period. As usual, the drumming is phenomenal. Slayer, Pantera, Fear Factory -- the best there is.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Slayer has another classic in their hands. This is the most evil,brutal, furious,dangereous,hell bent music ever created. Kerry King's fingers must be dripping blood from the killer solos. My CD player has been burning with flames from this chaotic masterpiece.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is just bad. It is a much needed kick in the head of the music industry and i loved every minute of it
Guest More than 1 year ago
Easily on the same level as the classics Reign In Blood and Seasons In The Abyss, and that's saying something. This is drummer Paul Bostaphs's finest hour, and Kerry and Jeff are downright brutal. Tom Araya has never sounded so pissed off, and the album never lets up. Drop the needle anywhere on the record.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Slayer thrashes out yet another WOW-PACKED HEAD-SPLITTING HEAVY HEAVY HEAVY ALBUM. Forget the nonsense out their kids...Buy this!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've been a huge Slayer fan since it all began, but this is masterful. My first impression was the agressiveness, then the timing is flawless. I am always amazed that these guys pull this off live. Anyway, for my musical tastes, I listen to everything from Brahms and Berlioz to Slayer and the Stretched Out Nipple Mommas. This deserves your attention, and if you have an sort of intelligence, you will apprecriate it. I'm anxiously awaiting their Xmas album, ''Slay Bel
Guest More than 1 year ago
The speed is here.The drums are hitting hard and fast. It is mixed well.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Slayer....the legendary, influencial, ground breaking Metal band from California, has a new studio effort. ''God Hates Us All'' has sold almost 22,000 copies already, and for good reason. This is a fantastic collection of 13 fresh tracks from the band, who has gone out on a limb creating the BEST, and most aggressive Metal album of the year. Did you THRASH your skull to the intensity of Reign In Blood? Did you get off on the brutality and keen musicianship of Seasons In The Abyss? Perhaps you still enjoy the crunchy slaytality that is Diabolus In Musica....well God Hates Us All has what you need, combining virtually every style the band has ever used. ''....Everybody, at some point in their life, has felt as if God hated them. I think this title is appropriate for the theme of the album.'' The CD opens with a demonic, INTENSE, intro to the album's theme song, ''Disciple''. This song is Slayer at its finest. It combines sheer heaviness, intensity, melody, and EVIL. The already popular ''Bloodline'' and ''Here Comes The Pain'' are also included on this album, making it a masterpiece, superior to anything released in the past 2 years. The CD closes with a song that is entering a special place in the decrepit hearts of all Slayer fans, ''PAYBACK''. This song will RIP you a new Poop Shoot with its speed, agression and Reign In Blood feel. Kerry King recently stated in an interview, ''Anyone who has lost faith in Slayer obviously hasn't heard ''Payback'', which could have easily been on Reign In Blood''. This CD is a must have for anyone who has believed in Slayer in the past 20 years, or who has as HUNGER for good METAL!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Slayer's new album, God Hates Us All is incredible. It has not left my CD player since I got it. This is the best album of the year. It holds true to the Slayer tradition. If you don't have it, GET IT
Guest More than 1 year ago
Slayer's new album ''GHUA'' is the brutalist, sickest most twisted album by Slayer so far. I guarantee you'll love it as I do.Tom Araya went completely psycho on vocals for this one. Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman continue to deliver dark riffs and solos on the guitar. Paul Bostaph has a pounding on the drums guaranteed to make your ears bleed. I highly recommend this album to anyone who is sick of bands like Nsync, and brittny spears. This album will definaley kill all other music.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This cd is everything that you would (and should) expect from Slayer. Fast, heavy guitars, pounding drums, screeching vocals, evil lyrics... Slayer. This cd is a throwback to the days of Reign in Blood when metal was metal. Simply if you like metal buy this album.If you think you might like metal buy this album. If you like Slayer you should already have this album.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is probably the most aggresive Slayer have ever written, and that mostly down to Kerry King's fast riffs and lyrics, as you guessed, mostly about hate. But it's also about taking that hate and using it to solve the problem. 'Exile' and 'Payback' to perfect examples of this. Seething lyrics coupled with vicious riffs and you get the idea... Could be better soloing on this album for my liking, but that's a minor quibble!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Slayer returns with their highly anticipated album ''God Hates Us All''. Slayer has never strayed from their one goal, to make heavy, fast, hard, break neck metal. A must have for every metal collection. This is a lesson in what metal should be.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Slayer returns with their highly anticipated new album, ''God Hates Us All''. It was well worth the wait, now that it's out what are you waiting for. Slayer has always stayed true to their mission of making loud, hard, break neck metal. ''God Hates Us All'' features a blistering set of killer metal tracks, including ''Desciple'' and '' New Faith''. This is a must have for any cd collection. It's a lesson in the way metal is supposed to be.
Guest More than 1 year ago
20 years later...and SLAYER can still tear your face off better than anyone. This is possibly their best release since Seasons. Check out Threshold and Payback, two of the most brutal tracks on this album. You will not be disappointed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
So Metallica goes from ''Kill 'em All'' to ''Load''. Megadeth goes from ''Killing is my Buisness...'' to ''Risk''. Slayer goes from ''Show No Mercy'' to ...... ..... no opposite. No Opposite. ''God Hates Us All'' is exactly like the Slayer you first got into. Heaven bashing Speed metal with these insane solo's that make you want to turn your room into a pit.... yes, the good 'ol Slayer. Now it may not be exactly the same... Sure, this isn't like Manowar or Ac/Dc (you can't tell the difference between a record), they have changed some what but their formula still exists. The formula consisting of ''True'' metal. They are still dark, they are still evil and thank the one that hates us, they are still thrash. If you're a metalhead, you need this. Favorite Tracks: Disciple Payback!! (what Kerry meant when he said Slipknot influence) God Send Death Bloodline
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is more proof that you do not need to listen to anything else but Slayer! This cd is Heavy, Angry, Dark and just plain Rocks! Disciple jams and has great Guitar solos... New Faith (My favorite on the album) Kicks butt bigtime... song after song it just amazes me and I cant stop listening to this! Not that I would wanna stop LOL... Buy this you will not be sorry... Slayer is GOD!!! God Hates us All.... Message: 31 of 31
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have waited years for this. I lie here blissfully exenterated; embrued in an aural onslaught of pure malevolence, rapturous maleficence, unmitigated hostility & lethiferous misanthropy. Finally, Slayer is back in all their feral brilliance & infernal majesty. Finally, this unit has cohered & birthed a Tophet the likes of which only they could engender. With this effort, Slayer has truly achieved Heavy Metal athanasia.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think this is slayer's best album yet they go back to the beginning with the speed of HELL AWAITS and REIGN IN BLOOD. I think the drums are extreemly hard hitting. If you are a SLAYER fan (and with SLAYER there is no in between you like them or you do not)you must get this album. I give it 5 stars for SLAYER fans.