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Limited to 10 hand-numbered copies.
Live in Sao Paulo Brazil 1998.
Diabolus In Musica - Slayer. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Diabolus In Musica. Исполнитель: Slayer. 1998 extreme metal. Slayer - Diabolus In Musica 1998. in Musica Latin for The Devil in Music is the eighth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer, released on June 9, 1998 by American Recordings. Guitarist Jeff Hanneman wrote most of the album's content, which has been described as Slayer's most experimental. It was the band's first album to be played mostly in C tuning, and named after a musical interval known for its dissonance. Lyrical themes explored on the album include religion, sex, cultural deviance, death, insanity, war. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Peace Slayer Subtitulos Español Calidad de audio: 320 kbps Album: Diabolus In Musica Año: 1998 Tracklist: 1. Bitter Peace 2. Death's Head 3. Stain free to Slayer Diabolus In Musica Bitter Peace, Death's Head and more. 11 tracks 40:26. Diabolus in Musica is the eighth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer. Released on June 9, 1998, it is the second studio album to feature drummer Paul Bostaph. Guitarist Jeff Hanneman wrote most of the album's content which has been described as Slayer's most experimental album. It is the band's first studio album to be played most. Слушать песню Slayer Diabolus In Musica США - 1998 онлайн или скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве 320 kbps на телефон андроид, айфон вы можете на сайте in album Slayer - Diabolus In Musica Vinyl-Rip 1998. Slayer - Bitter Peace. Slayer - Death's Head. Slayer - Stain Of Mind. Slayer - Diabolus In Musica - Cd. If, as some suspect, Beelzebub has a soft spot for hard metal, he'll be delighted with Slayer's raucous return to form on the group's eighth album. With producer Rick Rubin Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Cash, Run-DMC back at the helm, the thrash-metal pioneers have trimmed the excess flab that weighed them down in the early '90s. Back in evidence is the clinical speed, power, and aggression that once made them metal's most revered extremists. But while their trademark breakneck riffing remains, Slayer reaches beyond the o. Metalheads were poised for a new Slayer album. They NEEDED a new Slayer album, but what they got was. When I picked up Diabolus in Musica back in 1998, the first thing I noticed was that the iconic Slayer logo was different. The artwork, which on previous releases depicted some sort of hellish scene, portrayed a pale-faced dude in a robe with a right-side-up crucifix emblazoned across his chest. It had a modern look to it that made me a little uncomfortable. Speaking for myself, I didn't want Slayer to be modern