- Vinyl (10 December 2013)
- Language: English
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: American
- ASIN: B00EP22PES
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl
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Christ Illusion Import
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Christ Illusion is the tenth studio album from Slayer. The album entered the Billboard 200 at number 5 - the, band's highest U.S. chart position to date. Christ Illusion includes the Grammy Award-winning songs ''Eyes of the Insane'' and ''Final Six'', and is the band's first studio album to feature original drummer Dave Lombardo since 1990's Seasons in the Abyss. Track Listing 1 Flesh Storm 2 Catalyst 3 Skeleton Christ 4 Eyes of the Insane 5 Jihad 6 Consfearacy 7 Catatonic 8 Black Serenade 9 Cult 10 Supremist
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The good news is that this is easily Slayer's best effort in years, especially if you prefer their classic sound. Lombardo's return has definitely been an improvement.
The bad news is that it's still not as good as their older stuff and a lot of it sounds suspiciously familiar. It's sort of like one of those "Lost Tracks" CDs that a band puts out after their frontman dies - like leftovers and alternates from Reign and Seasons (not such a bad thing). A lot of the "blasphemy" seems forced or overly calculated ("we're still evil, we promise!!").
I still like it a lot. I certainly prefer it to their last several efforts. I'm hoping this was just a warmup for greater things.