Slayer - Divine Intervention mp3 album
Title: Divine Intervention
Style: Speed Metal, Hard Rock
Date of release: 1994
Size MP3: 1289 mb
Size FLAC: 1361 mb
Format: WMA DTS APE VQF TTA MOD ASF
Divine Intervention is the sixth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer. Released on September 27, 1994, through American Recordings, it was their first album to feature Paul Bostaph, replacing the band's original drummer Dave Lombardo. The production posed a challenge to the record company, as its marketing situation drew arguments over the album's explicitness. The band used the Decade of Aggression live album to give them time to decide the album's style.
Divine Intervention - Album Art. Slayer. Produced by Rick Rubin. Album Divine Intervention. Divine Intervention - Album Art Lyrics. About Divine Intervention - Album Art. More bones, but a total change of approach for the band’s fifth album cover. This time Slayer’s traditional pentagram circle is rendered as a portal in a stone wall, through which materialises an impossible hybrid of a human skeleton and an alien wolf skull thing
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SLAYER Divine Intervention 5:34. SLAYER Killing Fields 3:59. Slayer - Divine Intervention (Music Video) 5:34. SLAYER Serenity In Murder 2:37. SLAYER - dittohead 1994 (MTV) 2:30. My 12" vinyls by bobby1972.
Thrash Metal Slayer (USA). Band Name Slayer (USA). Album Name Divine Intervention. Дата релиза 27 Сентябрь 1994. Лейблы American Recordings.
The rock & roll landscape changed dramatically between Seasons in the Abyss in 1990 and Divine Intervention in 1994. With the rise of alternative rock, many metal and hard rock bands that had been enormously successful at the dawn of the '90s were struggling by the middle of the decade. Instead of doing something calculated like emulating Nirvana or Pearl Jam - or for that matter, Nine Inch Nails or Ministry - Slayer wisely refused to sound like anyone but Slayer.