Erik Hinds - Reign In Blood AlbumPerformer: Erik Hinds
Title: Reign In Blood
Size MP3 version: 1543 mb
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Erik Hinds - Reign In Blood Album
|2||Altar Of Sacrifice|
|8||Piece By Piece|
|9||Angel Of Death|
- Artwork By – Ryan P. Miller
- Engineer – Tom Lewis
- Performer [Solo H'arpeggione] – Erik Hinds
- Written-By – J. Hanneman (tracks: 1, 3 to 10), K. King (tracks: 2 to 8, 10)
An adaptation of Slayer's album Reign In Blood.
All songs published by Death's Head Music, used by permission.
On this album, Hinds focuses mostly on the percussive possibilities of the instrument, plucking wildly, tapping, and even knocking on the wooden frame to simulate the percussive intro to Criminally Insane. Listeners unaware of Slayer's album will hear in Reign in Blood a more rhythmic side of Hinds or a theme-based form of contemporary music on an unusual instrument, with an obvious rock origin. Those who do know the model after which this album has been sculpted are in for quite a surprise. People following Hinds' career may not know the original. Released in 1986, it is widely regarded as Slayer's best effort, the finest example of American speed metal, and the inspiration behind the whole death metal style. Now, metal fans most probably don't know what the h'arpeggione is. It is basically a very unusual guitar played upright, like a cello. Reign in Blood is the third studio album by American thrash metal band Slayer, released on October 7, 1986 by Def Jam Recordings. The album was the band's first collaboration with producer Rick Rubin, whose input helped the band's sound evolve. The release date of the album was delayed because of concerns regarding the lyrical subject matter of the opening track Angel of Death, which refers to Josef Mengele and describes acts such as human experimentation that he committed at the Auschwitz. Reign in Blood 2005. Album by Killick Erik Hinds. Raining Blood. is a cover of. Raining Blood by Slayer 1986. Erik Hinds is set to release a solo acoustic version of Slayer's Reign in Blood, solely performed on a quartertone electric guitar and the H' Hinds is a musician out of Atlanta who grew up on Slayer and particularly the group's 1986 Reign in Blood album the most brutal 34 minutes on record and a highwater mark for the band and the genre. He chose to interpret this album not only solo but on an instrument of his own construction, the h'arpeggione, which mixes elements of guitar, lute, and sitar. He respects the album and knows it thoroughly. So we are left with the drunken debauchery of Slayer as seen through a musician whose solo thoughts are informed by players like Evan Parker and Peter Kowald. Erik Hinds. Reign In Blood. Critic Score. Based on 1 review. User Score. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. Ixnay on the Puck the Feign Away. best album of all time regardless of genre OF DEATH BY PIECE OF SACRIFICE SAVES INSANE 8. Necrophobic Album Version. Please vote. Add album to Cart