Show No Mercy

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  • Mickthebike
    Thursday evening I've been waiting for 2 hours when I see SLAYER out of their bus to enter La Laiterie Strasbourg ... A sign of Gary, smiling Tom and entered prepare ... 21:30, the background music stops ... It's gone! A fucking show with a great choice of songs!! The plublic is shaped ... And SLAYER in great shape! The show is apocalyptic! 1:45 of pure bliss and cutting up the ass!! HELLYEAH SLAYER!!
  • I would love to know how Slayer plans a "world" tour but yet isn't coming to the most important city in the world,FUCKING NYC?? Anyone?
  • I was lucky enough to get to go and see the boys play in Camden last night. The show was awesome! Typically tight sounding thrashing Slayer show. Getting to see "Old School Slayer Night" was perfect for me as 85-90 was when my musical taste was developed and I know the lyrics of every album front to back from that time period. Absolutely all my favorites! The pit was a little active throughout the show but I can tell that the Slayer audience is getting a little older as I ...
  • Just saw Slayer in Columbus for the first time, and also the first metal show I've been too. Big eye opener getting clocked in the face in the first 5 minutes, but it was rad as hell. Shit got gnarly and heavy and it was exactly how I imagined it'd be
  • Ok so I just signed up for an account n I am 25 been to plenty of metal shows, super big fan of Megadeth, I've seen them like 5 times. Any way I'm like 5"11' benching 365 n pretty much fuck up shit in the pit!!! So i haven't been to a Slayer concert yet!!! I'm going to see them this Friday in Las Vegas. I hear stories about the Slayer shows my older cousins been to back in the 90's but they don't get down in the pit like I do!! Some ppl like sky ...
  • My first Slayer shows were when they co-headlined Pantera's two final U.S. Tours. I was 15. Went to the show alone, don't remember how I got home a hour away. concerts pre-9/11 were fucking crazy! First thing I wanted to do was get high and mosh, held my own for awhile until some fat kid started skanking and punched me in the mouth. Got cheap shotted in the back by a skinhead, there were a lot of them there for Pantera obviously. I remember making it through WAR ENSEMBLE. The ...
  • buzzgud
    After being in the Army for four years and missing you guys all four years, YOU GUYS COME TO MASS!! I'll be there and can't wait to fucking mosh my way to hell!!
  • In summer 2011 Slayer was playing the Heavy festival in Toronto so I knew I'd have to make the journey to the big city. The last night's top three headliners (in order of time playing) were Slayer, Billy Talent and then Rob Zombie. Well everyone thought that Slayer was going to close out the festival but to everyone's dismay it looked as if Slayer would technically be opening for Rob Zombie... and Billy Talent. This did not sit well with the hardcore metal crowd of ...
  • by jedi68
    Good afternoon, I wish I could have contact with the band manager, since they Slayer band is comming to Mexico City I would like to know if they will be willing to do something with low resources young people that is good fan of the band. Please send me an e-mail to jedisonic68@hotmail.com
  • I first heard Slayer in 1998. I was 11 at the time. My older brother just bought the Diabolus In Musica tape. I'll probably make a pussy out of myself but at first I was so fucking afraid of this whiteheaded motherfucker on the cover that I didn't want to get anywhere near this tape. But finally curiosity won. I've put the tape in, pressed play and I waited. It was on side A and the first track was Bitter Peace. At first it was normal. Some guitars, some drums. Just music. ...
  • SLAYER WERE IN TOWN MUST HAVE BEEN EARLY 90S ONLY PASSING THROUGH TO DO A SOUND CHECK , ME AND A LOAD OF OTHER KIDS FROM LIVERPOOL. DENIM OVER BIKER JACKETS ETC STOOD IN THE RAIN FOR HOURS MAN. LISTENING TO THE LADS PULL THE SOUND SYSTEM APART . AFTER ABOUT FIVE HOURS THE CAME OUT AND THROUGH A FEW SIGNATURES AND DONE A LEGGER , IVE STILL GOT MY SEASONS IN THE ABYSS PICTURE DISC SIGNED BY JEFF AND KERRY 20 YEARS LATER . RIP BIG MAN SOUTH OF HEAVEN
  • I still remember this day as it was yesterday..... Heavy Sound Festival in Belgium (1985).... You guys joined us at the festival bar drinking beers, telling jokes.... This was fun ! From that day on, Slayer was in my heart.
  • i went to my first slayer concert either in 2012 or 2011 and everybody was headbanging including me and it was a fucking awesome concert
  • Me and My friend went on a bike ride the day before the mayhem fest in scranton in 2012. I got into a really bad bike crash and broke 2 ribs and brused my left hip. The next day i went and i was in so much pain but i still fucking moshed to every Anthrax song, every Slipknot song, and every fucking Slayer song. I will not let anything get in my way to see and mosh to SSSSLLLAAAAYYYYYEERRRR!!!

Comments

this is hands down slayers best album. why not go back to this style? Sad

My second favorite album vocals are the best on this one.

My second favorite album vocals are the best on this one.

Recently bought the digipak of this (just for the sake of it). Still sounds great, fresh and original....

slayer weon chimba black magic

Still one of the best bands ever... saw Slayer for the first time at the Berkeley Keystone in the early 80's during their Show No Mercy tour..... Ratt opened, Slayer supported and Laaz Rockit headlined.. awesome show, awesome pit - been hooked ever since!

the start of theb est band ever

My first Slayer album I ever heard and even though Reign in Blood is considered the bench mark. Show No Mercy, Haunting the Chapel, Live Undead and Hell Awaits will always be my personal favorites and they actually set the stage for the Reign in Blood.

Someday I hope Slayer puts out a retro version of these albums like they did for the vinyl conflict starting at RIB. How about the First 3 Years for all us old guys, that would make me very fuckin happy!!!

Slayer Rules the Fuckin' World!!!

I remember when I first got this album when it came out i was working at a record store and this album just arrived in the shipment along with another slayer album called prepare to die upon reading the titles i had to check it out both of em and i played prepare to die 1st and was left unmoved then put on show no mercy and fuck me it was what i had been looking for it was like hearing music the way i wanted to hear it it was just as important to me as the 1st van halen album when that 1st came out. Needless to say i have been a fan ever since. slayer is my favorite band and i would put them on the same level as led zep slayer is just held in a higher regard in this house

Charles

First Slayer cd I ever bought, one of THE GREATEST debut albums from the '80s. I wish they would play songs like Fight Till Death, The Final Command, and the masterpiece Metal Storm/Face The Slayer.

Evil Has No Boundaries- ***** Great riff, great lyrics, great intro, all together a great song.

The AntiChrist- ***** One of Jeff Hanneman's best early songs.

Die By The Sword- **** Good song BUT! The Live Undead version is faster, heavier, and just all together better, not that this is bad, at ALL but Live Undead has more energy.

Fight Till Death- ***** A Classic Slayer song, truly great, Slayer always wrote great songs about War didn't they? (Yes they did)

Metal Storm/Face The Slayer- ***** This is my favorite song and probably one of the GREATEST underrated Slayer songs, it starts with the Metal Storm, then the lyrics to the epic Face The Slayer, I really wish this one was played live more often.

Black Magic- **** A Solid Slayer song, many fans choose this one as a classic, It is good but there is so much more to 'Show No Mercy' than Black Magic.

Tormentor- **** Another underrated Slayer song that didn't get the attention it deserved, It starts out a little slow then picks up, nonetheless a great song. Are you afraid of the night?

The Final Command- ***** A great fast song, standing at 2:32 the shortest song on the cd, another war song that has a great riff. The "Blitzkreig tactics of German command, Born with the power of God in his hand" line always made me think of Hitler and how he had all of Germany in his command.

Cronics- ***** The 9th track on this cd/lp, A song that I never understood the lyrics to or the title, I've always thought of early Iron Maiden when I hear the guitar for this one.

Show No Mercy- ***** The title track and final track on this album, the intro by Dave was great, along with the lyrics and the whole cd.

- FACE THE SLAYER!

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