God Hates Us All
Label: American Recordings Catalog P&D
Slayer's 2001 release is a brutal affair. Not a surprise, given that they rule. But to be honest, this is Slayer's best album since Seasons In The Abyss. Incorporating a few styles they themselves have spawned, while keeping their Hardcore Wholesale Destruction roots intact, Slayer delivers a long-awaited return to form. Try "Pay Back."