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  • CD (1 février 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Métal Blade
  • ASIN : B000001C6K
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1. Hell Awaits
2. Kill Again
3. At Dawn They Sleep
4. Praise Of Death
5. Necrophiliac
6. Crypts Of Eternity
7. Hardening Of The Arteries

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0 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par taz le 27 mai 2003
Format: CD
Hell Awaits est le 2e album de Slayer, coince entre un premier album (show no mercy) qui sonne comme du maiden accelere, et le toujours legendaire Reign in Blood.
Les compos sont deja nettement plus evoluees que sur Show No Mercy, et on sent que Slayer commence a se forger un style propre (cf le morceau eponyme, qui est une veritable tuerie).
Bref, ce n'est pas encore le Slayer des legendes sur cet album, mais on n'en est plus tres loin
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Hell Awaits indeed and it's well worth the trip even 20 years later! 3 août 2006
Par Ben Stubbs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Hell Awaits" is classic Slayer! The confronting horrific imagery, the gruesome lyrics, the awesome shredding riffs, the fantastic crunching drumming, the anger drenched screaming vocals. It's all here in all its glory. This album marked a real step up in ferocity for these US youngsters. After ripping holes in the metal scene with their debut, there was really nothing else for these thrashers to do but try to outdo themselves with its follow-up. This is a faster Slayer, a heavier Slayer, and a darker, more satanic Slayer. Everything got turned up a notch and their trademark sound was comprehensively built upon with enthusiasm and raw talent.

I don't think there is a better introduction to an album than "Hell Awaits". It's no coincidence that the band started with this track for their also classic live album "Decade of Aggression". The words "join us" repeated over and over backwards in what sounds like a background of Hell itself. Then the guitars take over. Each subsequent riff is pure unadulterated Slayer and segues perfectly into the next until it builds up to climax and payoff, all before a single word is spoken. Other highlights for me are "Kill Again" and "Necrophiliac", both demonstrating the more ferocious side to this legendary band, but there are no filler tracks to be found.

I must admit that it took quite some time for this album to get its claws into me. I always preferred "Show No Mercy" and well...nothing compares with the legendary "Reign in Blood" that would soon follow. And yet 20 years on and this album really stands up tremendously well. What seemed fairly raw and chaotic at times when I was a teenager is now such a breath of fresh air when compared to the mechanical, occasionally lifeless proficiency of the modern generation of metal. That's not to say this is messy, as Slayer were a well-oiled machine by this stage and Dave Lombardo in particular could never be anything but perfect. It's just that there are riffs and solos flying everywhere. Tom seems to be struggling to keep up with the shredding music at times while blasphemously screaming out his lyrics. There's very much a live sound throughout with a production that just oozes passion and hunger. This is thrash in its purest form and I love it more than ever. If only they were still this good!
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"Hell Awaits" is great! 3 décembre 2005
Par A. Stutheit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Slayer's third album (their second full length) isn't their best effort, but, like "Reign In Blood" (this album's successor and Slayer's breakthrough), "Hell Awaits" does showcase the band in fine form. The rather shoddy production and aged sound quality that their debut, "Show No Mercy," had is still apparent, and Tom Araya's vocals are sometimes kind of annoying. But this album proves that nobody can match the sheer sonic ferocity and lightning fast velocity of Slayer. Every song is full of amazingly fast riffs and scorching solos, beeping bass notes, and thumping drums. The beginning of the album's first track, the title track, is the only slow moment on the whole record (and it eventually hits high gear at about three minutes in). Tracks three, four, and five ("At Dawn They Sleep," "Praise of Death," and "Necrophiliac") have great, ultra-fast guitar shredding including elongated solos and beeping bass lines. "Kill Again" is fueled by blindingly fast double bass work, four searing guitar solos, and some primal screams by Tom. Likewise, track six, "Crypts of Eternity," has careening guitar work and a weird, long, falsetto yell. The album ends with "Hardening of the Arteries," which is a catchy, rhythmic chugger. "Hell Awaits" should have been this band's breakthrough album. "Reign In Blood" is definitely still my favorite Slayer album, but it isn't their only five-star release. If you like great thrash, "Hell Awaits" awaits!
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Su Nioj!!! 23 décembre 2001
Par Patrick Stott - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Faint feedback fading in, a multitude of demonic voices chanting in tongues, the feedback becomes clearer, wails of tormented lost souls almost udetectable in the background, louder, it grows, the sense of doom impending looms larger, a throbbing bass line becomes evident first subconsciously then audibly, a gutteral voice completely indecipherable growls. The feedback stops, a thumping, driving drum beat and and razor sharp guitars in it's place, rumbling kick drums join, the intensity builds, the riffs build, layer upon relentless unstoppable layer. Suddenly, a single guitar riffs furiously, followed moments later by the rest of the band keeping perfect pace, then barked vocals, clear, but too fast to comprehend, the gutteral voice returns "HELL AWAITS". Screaming, wailing frenetic paced solo, single guitar again, back to the full band, once again the rhythm section drops out just leaving the guitars, another tremolo abusing solo, then suddenly it's all over with a no nonsense finish.
The listener is left asking "what just happened?"
Hell happened.
The song just described, "Hell Awaits" is one of the most distinctive, intense opening tracks to an album ever (Slayer managed to top it with "Angel of Death" on Reign in Blood, but that's a different story). Many bands have produced tracks with dynamics and a sound like this since. None, however, did it in 1985.
Yes, Satan's favourite sons were back with a vengeance. The title track's ode to damnation was quickly followed by six more pummeling tracks dedicated to all things ungodly- mass murder, vampirism, and necrophilia all get a mention, and the songs just that shade more disturbing because they are first person descriptions.
While Metallica were chanting "DIE DIE DIE" on "Creeping Death", Slayer upped the ante, with a chorus of "KILL KILL KILL" on "At Dawn They Sleep". The track is also noable for the first appearance of Dave Lombardo's now legendary double kick drum solo.
And on it goes.
From the frenetic rifferama of "Praise of Death", the percussive cascade of "Necrophiliac", there's no let up on this album. As "Hardening of the Arteries" fades into nothingness, you're left with a feeling of relief the sonic barrage is over, but also craving more, as your body struggles to cope with an adrenaline induced high.
In hindsight, all the ingredients for the definitive Reign In Blood were present on Hell Awaits. It just took Slayer a little more time to perfect the recipe, cutting away the excess, expanding the essential, and building intensity.
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Thrash Classic 3 février 2006
Par Sean Zimmerman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Slayer's second full length release "Hell Awaits" was a considerable improvement over their debut album "Show No Mercy". With the exception of the rather lackluster closer "Hardening of the Arteries" every track is excellent. "Necrophiliac", "Kill Again", "At Dawn They Sleep" and the awesome title track are all thrash masterpieces. Lyrically the subject matter is focused mostly on Satanism, violence and other degenerate acts. It's so over the top that it's quite comical actual, but that's part of the charm of the album. The only real problem with the album is the terrible production. Well at least the bass is audible. On the whole though this is a great album and should be in any metal enthusiasts collection. Satan commands you to buy it NOW!
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Only 4 stars?? Oh, hell no! 3 juillet 2006
Par Eddie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Why does this thrash masterpiece has only a 4 atar average over 100+ reviews while that damn POS from Coldg@y 'Parachutes' has a 4.5 over 600+ reviews?? This is despite a poor production (that if at all, barely holds back this from being as great as it should be) it is pure brilliance. And a must have for any thrash fans.

This is Slayer's sophomore release, it got out in 1985. It's not Slayer's very best but it's still excellent. Reign in Blood is their absolute best album, South of Heaven is also awesome, this comes after those 2 as their 3rd best album. 'Seasons' does have some classics like 'Dead Skin Mask' and the title track, but other than that it just has too many fillers. Anyway it is a great improvement from Show No Mercy. Tom Araya's vocals here are harsher than ever. Even his basslines are audible here at times. It has only 7 tracks but it clocks at 34 mins (opposed to RIB, which has 10 songs but it cocks at 28 mins). I heard some people who said it's a concept album, but id it is, it's a weak one (for a great concept album go for Queensryche's Mindcrime). It starts off with the best title track Slayer has ever done and the best song on the album. It starts with a quiet intro, and then it goes into some nice guitar melodies and then becomes pure thrash and speed. Also the growl in the chorus "HELL AWAIIIITS" is awesome. 'Kill Again' is probably my least favorite song here but it's still pretty damn good. 'At Dawn They Sleep' is the 2nd best song here, just listen to the drum outro. 'Praise of Death', 'Necrophiliac' are awesome also. 'Crypts of Eternity' is the longest song on the album, also the longest in the band's whole career along with SITA (title track). 'Hardening of the Arteries' is a very good closer also.


Hell Awaits: 12/10

Kill Again: 7/10

At Dawn They Sleep: 11/10

Praise of Death: 10/10

Necrophiliac: 10/10

Crypts of Eternity: 10/10

Hardening of the Arteries: 9/10

All in all, this proves again why Slayer is the best metal band in the US (and they're still today, 'Christ Illusion' gets out in August, hope it will just be as good), and is recommended for thrash/death fans. Other recommendations would be any other Slayer album, Metallica's Master of Puppets, Iced Earth's Burnt Offerings, Sepultura's Arise and Dark Angel's Darkness Descends.

PS awesome album cover, also.
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