Signals From Mars – Episode 375 – Hour One

Signals From Mars Episode 375 Hour One


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🎀 Slayer’s Shocking Return from Retirement: What does this mean for metal?

πŸ€” Speculation Station: Which legendary bands might follow Slayer’s lead?

🌟 Dream Reunions: Our wishlist of bands we’re dying to see hit the stage again.

πŸ’Ώ AC/DC’s Gold Albums: Are they striking the right chord with fans?

🎢 New Tunes Alert: Judas Priest drops their latest single, “The Serpent And The King.”

Whether you’re here to celebrate Slayer’s return, ponder the future of rock reunions, or weigh in on AC/DC’s latest move, there’s a spot for you in our discussion. 🌌

#Slayer #ACDC #JudasPriest #HardRock #MetalMusic #MusicComebacks #RockPodcast 🌠🎧

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Slayer is an American thrash metal band from Huntington Park, California, formed in 1981 by guitarists Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman, drummer Dave Lombardo, and bassist/vocalist Tom Araya. Known for their fast and aggressive musical style, Slayer is considered one of the “big four” bands of thrash metal, alongside Metallica, Megadeth, and Anthrax.

The band’s lyrics and album art, which often cover topics such as serial killers, torture, genocide, organized crime, secret societies, occultism, terrorism, religion, antireligion, fascism, racism, and war, have generated controversy and criticism from religious groups. Despite this, Slayer’s music has been highly influential, with their third album, “Reign in Blood” (1986), being particularly noted as one of the heaviest and most influential thrash metal albums.

Slayer’s original lineup included King, Hanneman, Araya, and Lombardo, with Lombardo leaving and returning to the band several times. After Hanneman’s death in 2013, Gary Holt became a permanent member. The band has released twelve studio albums, three live albums, and has received five Grammy Award nominations, winning two.

Slayer announced a farewell tour in January 2018, which took place from May 2018 to November 2019, after which the band disbanded. However, they later announced their reunion in February 2024. The band’s early image relied heavily on Satanic themes, but they have denied rumors that they were originally called Dragonslayer. Slayer’s debut album, “Show No Mercy,” was released in 1983 and gained underground popularity, leading to a successful career in music.

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