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Slayer Still Reigning 2004 Concert DVD5

Slayer Still Reigning 2004 Concert DVD5

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Slayer Still Reigning 2004 Concert DVD5
|Dvd-5|Dvd Video |NTSC |4,22 Gb |72 Min.|
|Metal |Concert |DD 2.0 192 Kbps|DD 5.1 448 Kbps|

Still Reigning is a live performance DVD by the thrash metal band Slayer, released in 2004 through American Recordings. Filmed at the Augusta Civic Center on July 11, 2004, the performance showcases Slayer's 1986 album, Reign in Blood, played in its entirety with the four original band members on a set resembling their 1986 "Reign in Pain" tour. Still Reigning was voted "best live DVD" by the readers of Revolver magazine, and received gold certification in 2005.

The finale features Slayer covered in stage blood while performing the song "Raining Blood", which led to a demanding mixing process plagued by production and technical difficulties. The DVD's producer Kevin Shirley, spent hours replacing cymbal and drum hits one-by-one. He publicly aired financial disagreements he had with the band and criticized the quality of the recording, and as a result was allegedly subjected to threats and insults from people associated with the band.

Tom Araya - bass, lead vocals
Jeff Hanneman - lead & rhythm guitars
Kerry King - lead & rhythm guitars
Dave Lombardo - drums

Slayer Still Reigning 2004 Concert DVD5

Reign in Blood live

1. "Angel of Death"
2. "Piece by Piece"
3. "Necrophobic"
4. "Altar of Sacrifice"
5. "Jesus Saves"
6. "Criminally Insane"
7. "Reborn"
8. "Epidemic"
9. "Postmortem"
10. "Raining Blood"

Bonus material

1. "War Ensemble"
2. "Hallowed Point"
3. "Necrophiliac"
4. "Mandatory Suicide"
5. "Spill the Blood"
6. "South of Heaven"
7. "Slayer in Their Own Words" (interview)

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The album code is : ODI172813

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