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Slayer: Still Reigning (2004)

Most Slayer fans still hold up their album REIGN IN BLOOD as the band's true masterpiece. So when it came to recording a visual document of the band--entitled STILL REIGNING--the band turned to their 1986 record for inspiration.

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Most Slayer fans still hold up their album REIGN IN BLOOD as the band's true masterpiece. So when it came to recording a visual document of the band--entitled STILL REIGNING--the band turned to their 1986 record for inspiration.

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Now THAT was a #%@&in' rock show!
25 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

Slayer is Slayer; the greatest metal band of all time and they are in top form with Dave Lombardo back behind the drums. This is an amazing, over-the-top performance, and belongs in any true metalheads collection.

Compare the intensity and drive and precision these guys exhibit to the lame crap that passes for 99% of all other bands output, and then remember that when they recorded this, they were all over 40 years old and had been playing together for more than 20 years. Then remember how other so-called thrash/metal bands slowed down and began cranking out ballads and pop $417.

Still loud, fast, and angry... just the way it should be!


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