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And The Title of the New SLAYER Record Is…

Can we start placing bets on how many reviewers will eventually use the following line to describe the record: "Slayer's Repentless is absolutely relentless" or some other poor play on words?

Can we start placing bets on how many reviewers will eventually use the following line to describe the record: "Slayer's Repentless is absolutely relentless" or some other poor play on words?

As if the above image didn't give it away, Slayer have announced the title of their new album will be Repentless and it will be released on September 11th, 2015.

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Can we start placing bets on how many reviewers will eventually use the following line to describe the record: "Slayer's Repentless is absolutely relentless" or some other poor play on words?

We can't go forward without mentioning that the last time Slayer released an album on September 11th it was in 2001, when they put out God Hates Us All, and we all know what else happened on that tragic day. Not to say that Slayer is responsible for it at all, but it's certainly an interesting coincidence.

Here's a little video Slayer drummed up to hype the album announcement:

If you'd like to hear the two singles releases so far, you can listen to "When The Stillness Comes" here and "Implode" here.

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