Kerry doesn't say much that's earth-shattering here, but there are a lot of interesting little parts as he talks about each album from the box set. For those not in the know, Slayer is releasing "The Vinyl Conflict," a box set of all ten of their Def/American recordings, all pressed to 180 gram vinyl. It's pre-selling on Slayer's website for about $150.
From 1983 to 1985, the new wave of American thrash kicked off with an explosion of albums. Leading the way were four singular pieces that would dictate the pace for years to come. Metallica's "Kill 'em All," Megadeth's "Killing is My Business...and Business is Good!" Anthrax's "Fistful of Metal," and Slayer's "Show No Mercy."