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South of Heaven is the fourth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer. Released on July 5, 1988, the album was the band's second collaboration with record producer Rick Rubin, whose production skills on Slayer's previous album Reign in Blood had helped the band's sound evolve.
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Decades on, South of Heaven is now rightly considered to be one of Slayer's finest albums, and its title track recently came in at No. 4 on Revolver's fan poll of the all-time greatest Slayer songs. In honor of the record's enduring brilliance, here are nine things you might not know about South of Heaven. 1. It was the only Slayer album ever written with a specific game plan in mind Throughout Slayer's lengthy career, the band has always taken a pretty straightforward approach to creating albums: Write songs individually, work them out as a band, and then record them.
While the album certainly has its strong points, it is no substitute for a complete Dwight Yoakam record. With the film release of South of Heaven, West of Hell, Yoakam has proven himself to be a fine actor and a fair director, but there are legions of country fans who will be happier when he steps out from behind the camera and back into the studio.
South of Heaven Lyrics. Chaos rampant An age of distrust Confrontations Impulsive habitat. While everyone is thinking this song is about hell, It is clearly about the demoralization of America and the darker side of human existence. Domineering Deity is the Media, and The Immoral Observance is the public feeding into the lust and sex that the media has portrayed for people. The forgotten children are the generation of youth that can only look up to their promiscuous mothers and incestuous fathers.
|3||While The Sunset Bleed|
|4||Sacrifice To Abaddon|
|6||Into A Revolution|