Slayer part ways with Producer

2014-04-25 by Ryan F. CONTRIBUTOR | 21 Comments
After 28 years with producer Rick Rubin, Slayer have announced that their new album will be the first since 'Reign in Blood' not to feature the producer.

Tom Araya offered up some brief reasoning stating:

“Rick has played a huge role in our career – we've made some great albums with him. But today is a new day. Record companies don't play the kind of role they once did, and we really like the idea of going out on our own, connecting directly with our fans; and Nuclear Blast is fired up about taking on that challenge with us.”

However, Kerry King blames Rick for delaying their new studio project; “The hold-up now, as with everything we ever do, it seems like Rick Rubin changes distributors. We’re left in limbo until he lands somewhere.”


http://www.metalhammer.co.uk/#news/2014-04-24/slayer-split-from-rick-rubin

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dismember55
April 25th 2014
58 Comments


So I guess this means the new album won't sound like shit.... We just have to wait and see if it will be played as shit though.

InFlamesWeThrash666
April 25th 2014
6524 Comments


Good news

ILiveInNetherlands
April 25th 2014
512 Comments


Was Implode his work?

EvoHavok
April 25th 2014
6973 Comments


Upcoming: South of Loudness War

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evilford
April 25th 2014
40342 Comments


"part ways" is not a compound word

DominionMM1
April 25th 2014
14679 Comments


gonna suck no matter who produces it so who cares

tempest--
April 25th 2014
20263 Comments


this did not need an article

Treeman
April 25th 2014
1425 Comments


yeah man waht are you thinking

sapient
April 25th 2014
2406 Comments


I heard Terry Date was going to produce, if so that would rule

Monstar1790
April 25th 2014
159 Comments


Thank god (or Satan, in this case)

Salvidian
April 25th 2014
752 Comments


Seems like the guy has to get his hands on everything in existence.

ScuroFantasma
Contributing Reviewer
April 25th 2014
10450 Comments


"Was Implode his work?"

Terry Date produced that for whatever reason.



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Wizard
April 26th 2014
20083 Comments


this did not need an article

It absolutely did. Nice reasoning behind your statement though. This is totally relevant seeing how they've had such a popular relationship together for almost 30 years. As much as we all hate Slayer now days, they're still one of the biggest heavy metal bands EVER and Rubin played an intricate role in their sound.

tempest--
April 26th 2014
20263 Comments


All this information was already announced in the press release that I linked in like the 2nd comment of the article about Implode.

sonictheplumber
April 26th 2014
8467 Comments


it'll still be a lame record

TheNotrap
April 26th 2014
8562 Comments


Rick was instrumental in a crucial stage of their career, particularly in Reign in Blood. At this time the producer is indifferent. Life goes on.

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KjSwantko
April 26th 2014
9499 Comments


"...we really like the idea of going out on our own, connecting directly with our fans [with shitty songs like Implode, which is probably better than everything else on the record]."

BMDrummer
April 27th 2014
13880 Comments


Good, at least the album won't sound like it was made for a car radio.

FirstStrikeIsDeadly
April 27th 2014
908 Comments


I don't have high hopes for their next album. It always seemed to me like Jeff Hanneman was the better songwriter. It does seem to be confirmed, at least, that there will be some material from him on there, though.

xfearbefore
April 27th 2014
1478 Comments


Not the worst loss, Hanneman was obviously the worst one. Interested to see how the new album sounds though with all the upheaval.

Grindalicious
April 28th 2014
149 Comments


get outta here with that troll shit^^



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