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8 thoughts on “ Fog On The Hill - Reign In Blood - Diabolical Katharsis (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. Released as Reign In Blood’s only single – albeit in a most peculiar remixed form, wherein some of Dave Lombardo’s frantic drumming had been mysteriously erased – Criminally Insane is definitely not radio-friendly. Instead, it’s seconds of glowering, hyper-violent thrash metal that proved exactly how mental Tom Araya can sound when he puts his mind to it.
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  4. Lyrical themes: Satanism, Anti-Christ, Blasphemy, Black Magic. Label: Oskorei Bild und Tonkunst. Type: Full-lenght.
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  6. Reign In Blood/Missa Pro Defunctis/Iron Bonehead Productions/ CD Review Reign In Blood are a band from Germany that plays a very satanic form of black metal and this is a review of their album "Missa Pro Defunctis" which will be released in August by Iron Bonehead Productions.
  7. Reign in Blood, released in , is simply a classic album from the American thrash metallers Slayer - it is in the same league with its predecessor Hell Awaits. The guitar riffs on this album from Kerry King and the late Jeff Hanneman are just outstanding, just like their guitar work on Hell Awaits; Dave Lombardo's drum work is excellent /5().
  8. It's monstrously, terrifyingly evocative, in a way that transcends Reign in Blood 's metal origins. The album almost single-handedly inspired the entire death metal genre (at least on the American side of the Atlantic), and unlike many of its imitators, it never crosses the line into self-parodic overkill.

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