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Keep It Short Reviews
Date Added: Apr 14, 2002 Reviews 3 Views 6602
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Band:Slayer [add link] [band profile
Title:South of Heaven
Label:American [website]
Released:1988
Categories:Thrash Metal
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Tracks:01. South Of Heaven

02. Silent Scream

03. Live Undead

04. Behind The Crooked Cross

05. Mandatory Suicide

06. Ghosts Of War

07. Read Between The Lies

08. Cleanse The Soul

09. Dissident Aggressor

10. Spill The Blood
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:May 11,2003 3:43pm - post by blackhardcoregrindcoredeath
south of heaven is always fun to play on my guitar but tom dosn't seem nearly as angry and sings more then screams.....i like this album but i get bored because it seems alittle slower then most ive listend to slayer the most for speed and aggression and it seems to be lacking alttle on the album..they seem to know that to as their selective to what they play live off SOH still a classic though as every slayer album is i wouldn't feel right withought the whole catalogue



:Dec 26,2003 7:16pm - post by anonymous (DVM(swamplorddvm))
This is a good album. it may not be as fast, but it stll kick a pregnant slut in the gut!!! Silent scream is my favorite song on this album. i cream in my pants every time i listen to it. \m/ FUCK hatebreed!!!



:Sep 22,2006 5:17pm - post by Ryan_M
Most metal fans will say that "Reign in Blood" is Slayer's best album. Personally, I would go with this one.
"Reign..." was basically a full-on assault of pounding drums, breakneck speed, and total aggression on every level - that's not a bad thing at all, but on "South..." it's toned down a little, there's a little more depth and atmosphere, and diversity. I think the music on this record is the strongest and best they've ever written



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