Kamis, 26 Agustus 2010

Slayer Review

   On Thursday evening at Joe Louis Arena the "American Carnage Tour" came crashing through Detroit. All that    were present witnessed a show of legendary proportions by two of metal's founding fathers Slayer and Megadeth. They played a show that brought on a metal assault to all who stood within the arena's walls. Some might say that they played their most iconic albums that evening and I would agree. Megadeth played Rust In Peace and Slayer took us back to Seasons In The Abyss.

Slayer has been a force to be reckoned with for almost thirty years. Every time they take the stage sparks fly as they grind the steel wheels of their metal machine. I've seen Slayer quite a few times over the years, but to be able to see them perform Seasons was quite epic. The crowd was a big swirling and writhing sea of hardcore fans which circled and swarmed in waves of black t-shirts down on the main floor. Tom Araya was in your face with his brutal bass playing and vocals that sent a pummeling intensity out through the crowd. Even without the headbanging he gets his point across and commands the audience with arresting authority. With the perfect metal accolades of Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman on guitar and Dave Lombardo on the drums, Joe Louis Arena rumbled as if experiencing an earthquake. I believe Slayer may have shattered the sound barrier there that night.
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Slayers Full Set List:
1. World Painted Blood
2. Hate Worldwide
(Seasons in the Abyss)
3. War Ensemble
4. Blood Red
5. Spirit in Black
6. Expendable Youth
7. Dead Skin Mask
8. Hallowed Point
9. Skeletons of Society
11. Born of Fire
12. Seasons in the Abyss
13. South of Heaven
14. Raining Blood
15. Aggressive Perfector
16. Angel of Death

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