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Reign in Blood:
The Songs and Their Impact
“Angel of Death”
Reign in Blood opens with humanity’s worst-case-scenario (to
date). “Angel of Death” is the kind of explicit reminder you
won’t get from the Arcade Fire, Radiohead, or some emo
singer who thinks life in modern America is a series of sad,
overwhelming events. Slayer warn us: When authority goes
wrong, your entire family can be slaughtered, their bones
crushed to dust, and forgotten in mud.
Hell Awaits took ninety long seconds to grab your throat
and squeeze. Reign in Blood hits the road in fifth gear. From
the first second, stereo blasts of percussive guitar and bass
drive so hard it’s not clear the drums haven’t kicked in until
Dave Lombardo’s cymbals ride in like the fourth horseman
of the apocalypse.
“You can’t top the beginning of ‘Angel of Death,’” says
Nuclear Assault’s Dan Lilker. “It’s like getting on the roller
Then Tom Araya delivers one of heavy metal’s great
screams, and follows it with lyrics that—coincidentally—give
it some context. The shriek doesn’t have the artful nuance
of a Rob Halford hellion cry, but not many moments better
embody heavy metal’s primal aggression.
“It’s a perfect scream for that song,” says Beyond Fear
singer Tim “Ripper” Owens. “For him, I don’t think it was
much of a skill [move]. I think he’d be the first to admit it. I like
his singing. He’s mastered it. Years ago, it was pretty heavy, but
now, it’s really melodic too. He’s got a pretty cool tone.”
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