SLAYER RELEASE “REPENTLESS” VIDEO
Slayer have released a video for the title track of their new album, Repentless, which is out today (September 11th) through Nuclear Blast records. Watch it below.
The song is an tribute to Slayer’s late guitarist, Jeff Hanneman, who passed away in 2013. “I call it the Hannemanthem!” King said of the song. “I wrote that for Jeff. Oh, dude, it’s fast as f–k. You don’t know what the f–k’s coming!…It’s my perspective of Jeff’s perspective. It’s what I think… If Jeff wrote a song for himself, Repentless would be it.”
Repentless track listing:
1. Delusions Of Saviour
3. Take Control
5. Cast The First Stone
6. When The Stillness Comes
7. Chasing Death
9. Piano Wire
10. Atrocity Vendor
11. You Against You
12. Pride In Prejudice
Just generic sounding Slayer. It needs more dynamics. It needs some tempo change ups to break up the monotony. It needs Dave.
Now the most recent Exodus record was awesome!!!!!
Dave’s not here!
Hard, fast, angry, brutal … I F’N love it! RIP Jeff. Dave, well go hang with Bill Ward.
The song is boring. At this stage in the game, Overkill has put out WAY better music than Slayer has.
Agree with both James and Robert’s comments. Maybe Kerry King should have let Gary Holt have some input into writing the songs as, overall, I find Exodus’ Blood In, Blood Out album a better thrash album than Slayer’s Repentless.