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Slayer - Haunting The Chapel flac album
Haunting The Chapel
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1980 mb
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Haunting the Chapel is an extended play (EP) released by American thrash metal band Slayer in 1984 through Metal Blade and Enigma Records

Live Undead, Haunting the Chapel. The Orchard Music, SME (от лица компании "Metal Blade Records"); Abramus Digital, BMG Rights Management, ASCAP, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, ARESA, CMRRA, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (7). Композиция. System Of A Down - Chop Suey!

The holy cross, symbol of lies Intimidate the lives of Christian born Speak of death, the words of hate Anticipation grows amongst the dead Hell has seen the priests attempt To bring forth their lord of the cross Strike of twelve, raise the dead The chapel comes under attack

Album · 1984 · 11 Songs. Two years before their thrash-metal watermark Reign in Blood, Southern California’s Slayer got together to rip through this no-nonsense live set for a handful of lucky fans. Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King sound liberated as they squeal maniacally through their guitar solos on Die By the Sword, while bassist/singer Tom Araya shrieks with evil glee over Dave Lombardo’s double-kick stomp on The Antichrist. The Haunting the Chapel EP is included as a bonus, showing the thrash kings in their primordial stage. Live Undead, Haunting the Chapel Slayer.

Haunting The Chapel Album tab by Slayer Tabs. x. End with wild soloing. 3. Haunting The Chapel. RIFF 1A INTO MAIN x1. King --. 9/12---9/11---5-0-- ----8-- -0-0-0-0-0-0-5-8--0-0-0-0-0-0-. 9/12---9/11---5-0-- ----8-- -0-0-0-0-0-0-5-8--0-0-0-0-0-0

Slayer 1984 Haunting the Chapel Metal Blade Records. This CD, while only four songs long, is a great little record, with what I feel is the best Slayer song ever, Chemical Warfare. History Slayer had just released their debut album, Show No Mercy. This band, composed of Tom Araya (vocals/bass), Kerry King (guitars), Jeff Hanneman (guitars), and DAve Lombardo (drums), were the fastest and heaviest of the thrash bands yet. In their early days, they all donned huge spikes and nails along with corpse paint and the like.

Paul Schwarz Opener of the album but on the "live album". So it's Slayer playing live in a studio w a bunch of idiots brought in to shout and make it sound like a gig. It's SLAYER in 1984 LIVE in a STUDIO with no time to POLISH. Think MF's recordings of Evil/CotP/SF for the BBC. Doubt Slayer got 9 hours to "polish" with overdubs.


A1 Chemical Warfare
B1 Captor Of Sin
B2 Haunting The Chapel



Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MBR 1024 Slayer Haunting The Chapel ‎(12", EP) Metal Blade Records MBR 1024 US 1984
3984-14034-2 Slayer Haunting The Chapel ‎(CD, EP, RE, RM) Metal Blade Records 3984-14034-2 US 1993
MBD 14034 Slayer Haunting The Chapel ‎(CD, EP, Club, RM) Metal Blade Records MBD 14034 Canada 1993
3984-14034-2 Slayer Haunting The Chapel ‎(CD, EP, RE, RM) Metal Blade Records 3984-14034-2 US 1993
RR 125508 Slayer Haunting The Chapel ‎(12", EP) Roadrunner Records RR 125508 UK & Europe 1984