Review: Slayer — "The Vinyl Conflict"

Slayer may be the most uncompromising, consistent and radical speed/thrash metal band since, well, forever. Starting with their 1983 debut, Show No Mercy, the SoCal band has delivered nearly three decades of genre-defining sonic brutality. And with the release of Slayer’s most-recent box set, The Vinyl Conflict, they're treating fans to the most deluxe Slayer experience yet.

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Brad Angle

Brad is a Brooklyn-based writer, editor and video producer. He is the former content director of Revolver magazine and executive editor of Guitar World. His work has appeared in Vice, Guitar Aficionado, Inked and more. He’s also a die-hard Les Paul player who wishes he never sold his 1987 Marshall Silver Jubilee half stack.