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South of Heaven is the fourth studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer. Released on July 5, 1988, the album was the band's second collaboration with record producer Rick Rubin, whose production skills on Slayer's previous album Reign in Blood had helped the band's sound evolve.
South of Heaven was Slayer’s second album to enter the Billboard 200, and its last to be released by Def Jam Recordings. It peaked at number 57 and in 1992 was awarded a gold certification by the Recording Industry Association of America. In contrast to their previous albums, the band utilized undistorted guitars and toned-down vocals. While some critics praised this musical change, others-more accustomed to the style of earlier releases-were disappointed.
South of Heaven is a curious moment in Slayer’s career. At first glance when listening to the album, it is the last thing you’d expect from the band, coming off of the heels of the legendary onslaught of Reign in Blood. Instead of a record that pulverizes with pure speed and force, South of Heaven is, instead, a much more atmospheric - and even sinister - beast than Reign in Blood is. The result is an album that absolutely matches its predecessor, if not in raw force, than in sheer quality. The biggest thing one might note about South of Heaven immediately is that the songs on this record are.
South Of Heaven was the band's fourth studio album and their final release for Def Jam before following label-head Rick Rubin and moving to his new label, Def America. 10 tracks of brutal strength including 'Silent Scream', 'Live Undead' and 'Dissident Aggressor'. Renews automatically. RICK RUBIN was, once again, involved on this end as well as the band. South of Heaven, in turn, has everything. Everything I ever wanted from a Slayer record, this album has it. Every single note on it seems to be crafted to perfection. The album reeks of riffs, but never seems upbeat. And the album reeks of evil atmosphere, but never lets you down on intensity. Neither is the anger of its predecessor lost on it.
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