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Best Album Debate - Slayer

These three albums are considered to be Slayer's best by popular opinion. However, which album out of these three do you think earns the "best Slayer album" title?
1Slayer
Reign In Blood


Reign In Blood is said to be the album that truly began Slayer's reign on the thrash metal kingdom. Also, it is undeniably one of the most influential metal albums of all time. But after all these years, is Reign In Blood still the best?
2Slayer
South of Heaven


After the release of Reign In Blood, Slayer slowed down their sound for their next release, South of Heaven. Although it was received rather poorly at the time of its release, it has since gone down in metal history as one of the most important Slayer albums of all time.
3Slayer
Seasons In the Abyss


Combining the best elements from Reign In Blood and South of Heaven, this album has become a fan favorite ever since its release. The last of the "classic" Slayer albums, Seasons In the Abyss marked the departure of founding member and drummer Dave Lombardo.
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