Haunting the Chapel EP
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Available for the first time in North America, Slayer colored vinyl re-issues of the first four official Slayer albums originally released by Metal Blade Records. Slayer continues to be a keystone artist in Metal Blade Records' vast catalog. Year in and year out Hell Awaits and Show No Mercy, in particular, endure as staples in every metal head's collection, and now, along with Live Undead and Haunting The Chapel are available for the first time in unique 'blood' splattered color vinyl! A Must for all collectors!
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CHEMICAL WARFARE: Any comments made about this song will be fall short of doing justice to its greatness. Plus, if you are a Slayer fan you already know it.
CAPTOR OF SIN: Heavy and fast, this is pure Slayer. The song starts with a killer guitar lead and never lets down. Its chorus sticks to your mind for ever.
AGRESSIVE PERFECTOR: This is Slayer's very first song. It was released for the first time in the album METAL MASSACRE 3 - a compilation of then upcoming bands by Metal Blade Records. They got it right since the first song.
HAUNTING THE CHAPEL: The title track of this EP is its least significant song. Its great, though. It is a shame that the band seems to have forgotten all about it. You never hear they play it live. Purchasing this album is probably the only chance you will have to enjoy it.
Most recent customer reviews
this was a great album. the solos are sweet and kickass. the songs are loud, theyre fast, and best of all, theyre heavy. Read morePublished on March 2 2005
I swear it on my life...This album is soooo POWERFUL you'll be blown away.Doom metal is SERVED PERFECTLY when thrashed brutally! Read morePublished on May 9 2004 by Metalman Ironsoul
This the second released from Slayer and like any other Slayer release, it always delivers rather it's from the past, present or future. This is not an album. Read morePublished on April 20 2004 by Ronald Placeres
To me, this is where REAL Slayer started. This one is light-years ahead of their debut "Show No Mercy". Read morePublished on Jan. 13 2004 by Ilya Malafeyev
every song on this ep is great, but that song that i like more then the others is chemical warefare of course, bye this or it will be warefare..höhöhöhö!Published on Jan. 2 2004 by Tobbe
This is a very nice ep which does the band justice.It contains slayers old school sound of show no mercy and hell awaits. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2003 by Edgar Sanchez
if you're a slayer fan, get your hands on this short and sweet album.Published on Aug. 25 2003 by Brandon