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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (1 février 1996)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Métal Blade
  • ASIN : B000001C6K
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Disque : 1

  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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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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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Bloodsucking creatures of the night... 28 décembre 2015
Par Mark H. - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The most evil sounding American album as of 1985 (though Possessed’s ‘Seven Churches’ would soon up the ante), Slayer’s second studio LP, ‘Hell Awaits, was a monster of demonic cacophony. As it may have been a look to the progressive future of their signature thrash sound, ‘Hell Awaits’ tended to hide those progressive tendencies behind a wall of absolute brutality. But the songs were more complex if less melodic than on their previous EP and debut LP. This is where it hurts ‘Hell Awaits’ because there is not as much to differenciate the songs. The classic title cut and “Kill Again” are probably the songs that standout the most for me though the first third or so of “At Dawn They Sleep” is also distinctive. Much of the second half however is a speed blur with not a lot to make the songs truly memorable. Will you enjoy ‘Hell Awaits’ if you are an unabashed metalhead? Absolutely, and the performances are outstanding, especially Tom Arraya and Dave Lombardo, not that King/Hanneman incorporated embarrass themselves but again, the riffs seemed awfully repetitive. It would take one more record for Slayer to reach their pinnacle sound but for many, ‘Hell Awaits’ was an exhilarating rush through death and destruction, a true Dante’s Inferno. But for me, I think they needed to reach that ‘Reign In Blood’ stage before their legacy could really be documented for all time as metal’s most lethal foursome. I have seen the darkened depths of hell indeed….
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars in 1985, Five Stars Today 22 janvier 2011
Par J. Hill - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Reign in Blood is a five-star album. Is Hell Awaits as good as Reign in Blood? Musically, lyrically, and production-wise, no. So why does Hell Awaits deserve five stars? Well, as I see it, these two albums are masterpieces, but with this significant difference: Reign in Blood is a masterpiece of major label thrash metal, Hell Awaits is a masterpiece of indie label thrash. Compare Reign in Blood to other bands' major label debuts, like Metallica's Kill `Em All, Megadeth's Peace Sells, Anthrax's Spreading the Disease, Testament's The Legacy, or Overkill's Under the Influence, and it stands out as the most cohesive and potent album in the group. Same goes for Hell Awaits when compared to Killing is My Business, Fistful of Metal, or Feel the Fire (and even though The Legacy was on a major label, I think Hell Awaits tops it). I know, quite a few other good thrash bands released stellar albums in that time period, but just comparing Slayer's early albums to those of the top groups in the genre shows how strong their output was from the start.

As so many others have explained, Hell Awaits bridged the gap between Show No Mercy and Reign in Blood. It retained some of the raw power of the debut, but the sound became more "evil;" darker, faster, less early speed metal influence, more "serious" tone. Accordingly, this album helped shape the thrash genre and distinguish it from speed metal, hardcore, crossover, or any other heavy metal sub-genre. The seven songs on Hell Awaits are top-notch examples of early thrash when it was at its most unrestrained, before commercial success began to exert its influence on the genre's direction toward more palatable heavy music. Slayer was a new, popular band on the verge of major stardom, and this release shows them beginning to understand what they should sound like. They would fully realize that sound only a year later with Reign in Blood, but how about for 1985, when thrash was still mostly relegated to independent labels? I'm sure people would argue that a few albums equaled Hell Awaits, but its status as one of the elite of the pre-1986 time period justifies a rank of five stars, even though Reign in Blood, judged on the merits alone, is stronger.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 metal blade picture disc pressing. 27 janvier 2014
Par Rich - Publié sur
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
I am convinced that Metal Blade records is the only record label that presses quality sounding picture discs! This pressing of Hell Awaits sounds great! The jacket is a little cheap but it isn't horrible. Pick this up you will enjoy it.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing 9 novembre 2013
Par Vince Salazar - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
It's simple it's a musical monument of one of the big four!!!! In this lp slayer show to all fans of thrash the real direction that at that time they took into thrash genre ...simply, again, it ' s amazing!!!!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I Frickin' Love.. 10 octobre 2005
Par Cihuacoatl - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I love Slayer..This is thought to be one of their best by many. It has a fast originality that cannot be repeated (I've met Slayer, their generous.) by many acts, at Dawn They sleep charges, it moves on with a crushing originality that blows you. They offered to drive a navy guy (a fan) to his base after a show, cool. Kerry's(Tom and Dave and Jeff for that matter..are) hot. Dave Lombardo's the best drummer in rock, and this with "south of Heaven" shows it. Neal Peart and Tommy Lee too. I frickin' love you. The guitar solos stand out always as Jeffs harsh brutality contrasts with Kerry's more melodic less crunchy riffs. Freakin' Yeah..Keep up the good (hope to bag you guys..) work.
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