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Još ne shvatate kako funkcionišu mozgovi ljudi koji dvadeset godina sviraju na turnejama... icon_smile.gif

Bole ih bre organ za Novi Sad, za njih će to biti yet another svirka tipa "God evening..." (pa okrene gitaru na kojoj je zalepljeno "Novi Sad") "...Novi Sad!" icon_biggrin.gif

Mislim, sed bat trwe...

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Ne znam odakle pojedinima ideja da su Slayer umetnici. Umetnici su koliko i Seka i Karleuša, ni manje ni više. Pop kultura, koja funkcioniše po biznis pravilima i ćao. To što je neko prvi put jebo uz

Ti si u ovoj prici bitan koliko i krivi kurac,samo sto ti to ocigledno ne kontas moroncino.Vi ste govorili da se oni moraju raspasti,a ja ti kazem da njih boli kurac za raspad zato sto od toga zive i

Hanneman je Postmortem, otishao u Crypts of eternity, dal cje biti Hell Awaits i South of Heaven, ili ako je Cleansed the soul mozhda cje da bude Jesus saves; ili cje ipak da Haunt the chapel

Još ne shvatate kako funkcionišu mozgovi ljudi koji dvadeset godina sviraju na turnejama... icon_smile.gif

Bole ih bre organ za Novi Sad, za njih će to biti yet another svirka tipa "God evening..." (pa okrene gitaru na kojoj je zalepljeno "Novi Sad") "...Novi Sad!" icon_biggrin.gif

Mislim, sed bat trwe...

moguce..ipak, to ne umanjuje njihov dolazak u mojim ocima icon_razz.gif

 

osim toga...ne verujem da je tako, jer su ipak ovde PRVI put (prvi put medju srbima ph34r.gif ) tako da ce ih sigurno bar zanimati mesto gde sviraju icon_rolleyes.gif

zamisli sebe da sviras 20 godina...ne verujem da bi ti cak i posle toliko vremena bilo svejedno

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Nema to veze koliko su mladi, sigurno ce zapamtiti ovu svirku...proteklih godina smo mnogo na tv-u i to u losem svetlu, a oni opet, prvi put nastupaju ovde, ko zna sta vec misle ali sigurno cemo ostaviti upecatljiv utisak na njih.

Slayer su svirali i u još gorim drzavama od SCG ,Naročito u Juznoj Americi.

Oni uvek imaju dobru set listu tako da nema razočaranja u tome.Bez obzira gde se nalaze oni će da odsviraju pošteno svoj set.Njih apsolutno ni ne interseuje Srbija a najmanje Exit ili Novi Sad ..Dolaze zato što su ih zvali i da je trazeni novac za predstojeći šou već leglo na bankovni račun menadzera.

 

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Za bilo koji drugi bend to reci sasvim je razumno, mada Slayer je ipak Slayer i da je njima toliko do novca pre bi svirali negde gde mogu mnogo vise da uzmu nego milostinju od Srbije. icon_smile.gif

 

P.S: Pre bi rekao da je Metallica citala sa gitare gde se nalazi.

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Slayer jeste slayer icon_rockdevil.gif Al mislim da oni nemaju nikakvog razloga da dolaze ovamo zbog je***e kinte! Mislim da su Hanneman i King pristali da dodju ovamo cisto da probaju nashe pivo icon_da.gif verovatno nisu do sada. A...da i da odrade svirku icon_smile.gificon_smile.gif

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Zapravo sve je pocelo od dolaska Motorhead-a koji je probio taj led oko nase zemlje. Ako ikom treba da se zahvalimo onda je to njima.

Pozdrav. pivopije.gif

Slazem se. icon_da.gifpivopije.gif

 

Zasto dolaze,da li znaju gde dolaze,sta se desava u njihovim glvama...sva ta sranja su nebitna i apsolutno me ne interesuju...bitno je da oni dodju i rokaju.Samo je to bitno.

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,22. 5. 2005, 23:14]Mislim da su Hanneman i King pristali da dodju ovamo cisto da probaju nashe pivo  icon_da.gif verovatno nisu do sada.

ma lozovachu bre laugh.gif

 

nebitno je zasto dolaze...kapiram da ce odsvirati na nivou, i to je jedino bitno icon_da.gif

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Slazem se. icon_da.gifpivopije.gif

 

Zasto dolaze,da li znaju gde dolaze,sta se desava u njihovim glvama...sva ta sranja su nebitna i apsolutno me ne interesuju...bitno je da oni dodju i rokaju.Samo je to bitno.

Upravo!

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intervju sa Jeffom:

 

Metal's Slayer knocks 'em dead

By GEMMA TARLACH

Journal Sentinel pop music critic

Posted: Aug. 9, 2004

 

The fans of heavy metal can be as brutal as the music.

Slayer

 

 

Slayer's Jeff Hanneman, Kerry King (from left), Dave Lombardo and Tom Araya were drenched with fake blood on cue during the making of their live DVD.

 

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Headbangers will discard a band the moment they perceive weakness, the same way dogs smell fear.

 

To make a career out of metal without charges of selling out (Metallica) or descending into self-parody (Ozzy Osbourne), you have to be relentless. You have to be uncompromising.

 

You pretty much have to be Slayer.

 

Emerging in the early '80s in the vanguard of speed metal, Slayer has kept its credibility intact by playing loud and fast and angry and dark.

 

The 1986 album "Reign in Blood" - which the band recently performed in its entirety for a live DVD to be released Sept. 28 - is one of metal's all-time classics. Slayer's main stage slot Saturday at Ozzfest 2004 at Alpine Valley Music Theatre, featuring the original lineup of founding guitarists Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King, bassist and singer Tom Araya and drummer Dave Lombardo, will be one of the evening's highlights for sheer brute force and intensity.

 

Slayer has survived hair metal, grunge, nu-metal and charges of corrupting youth. Much like the Great White (the shark, not the band - please), Slayer keeps doing what it was designed to do: swimming through the murky metal waters unceasing, unchanging, unthreatened - and scaring the hell out of people.

 

We caught up with Hanneman recently by phone to find what it's like to be in the world's most scarily intense band.

 

Q. Why film a live performance of "Reign in Blood" now, 18 years after it was released?

 

A. We've been thinking about doing this for a while, ever since Lombardo came back to the band. We were actually planning on putting out an album, but (longtime collaborator) Rick Rubin and his label are changing distributors, so we had to wait. We thought we could put this out and tour behind it.

 

Q. Why not just record the album now and release it once the new distributor was in place?

 

A. We didn't want something sitting on the shelf. We're the type of band that's really spontaneous. We might not be sounding the same in January.

 

Q. The "Reign in Blood" DVD ends with the band getting doused with blood - during the song "Raining Blood," of course. Yet in the post-show photo your publicist sent, you're the only Slayer dude curiously unbloodied. What's the matter, Jeff, did you chicken out?

 

A. (Laughs) I was having guitar problems all night, and I totally was out of it. I missed my mark. After the big dousing, everyone was covered but me. I was waiting for that moment all night!

 

Q. What, aside from not getting covered in fake blood, is hell for you?

 

A. Hell for me is an airport. They're so (expletive) boring. Especially in Europe. We go from one airport to another to another. You play for an hour and then go back to the airport.

 

Q. What do you fear?

 

A. Not much. Electricity. My dad was a carpenter when he was young, so when I was growing up, he was always building (expletive) and there would be exposed wires all over and I'd be running around and would get shocked. Gaack, I hate that! I hate that feeling of being attacked by something unseen.

 

Q. How is the vibe different for you at a big festival such as Ozzfest than when you go out on your own to tour?

 

A. It's not. (With festivals) we usually play in the daytime. Slayer in the daytime just doesn't work. It seems kind of, I don't know, kind of silly. Otherwise, Ozzfest is a big party. . . . It's kind of like a big picnic.

 

Q. In the new book "Hell Bent for Leather: Confessions of a Heavy Metal Addict," author Seb Hunter says this about the band: "Slayer couldn't do a ballad if you sprinkled their breakfast cereal with Ecstasy and sleeping pills and locked them in a room with just harps. . . . Not only are they sounding more brutal than ever these days, but they actually look ten times scarier than they used to." Your reaction?

 

A. Wow. (pause) That's pretty good. I don't know if we're more brutal. It's not something I ever think about. But he's right about the ballads. We couldn't write a ballad if you put a gun to our heads.

 

Q. Does playing "Dead Skin Mask" and "Angel of Death" over and over, night after night, ever get old for you? Be honest.

 

A. No . . . they're exciting, they're fast and fun to play, and you've got to think about what you're doing. . . . That's what we live for, the songs, the crowd reaction. The rest of what we do is just traveling.

 

Q. When will you hang up the guitar for good?

 

A. We've always been a band that doesn't plan that far ahead. I think we've got at least another seven years. I guess if one of us was in a wheelchair. Or if I got on stage and something went pop! I'd be, "OK, that's it." Or after all this headbanging, if one of us needed a hip replacement. Or a neck replacement.

 

Q. What is Slayer's legacy?

 

A. We really don't think about that stuff. I don't know. Maybe, um, we did a good combination of metal riffs with punk intensity.

 

Q. That's not a very scary answer.

 

A. I know. Sorry.

 

Q. Ozzy has his reality TV show, Metallica has its warts-and-all documentary. Does Slayer have any plans to let someone film the band up close and personal?

 

A. You know, I don't know. We haven't had anyone come up to us and offer. (pause) Everybody stays away from us, for some reason.

 

E-mail Gemma Tarlach at [email protected]

 

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