Show No Mercy

Show No Mercy
Show No Mercy is the debut album by American thrash metal titans Slayer, released in December 1983 through Metal Blade Records. Brian Slagel signed the band to Metal Blade after watching the band perform the song "Phantom of the Opera" by Iron Maiden. The band was forced to self-finance their debut album, combining the savings of vocalist Tom Araya, who was employed as a respiratory therapist, and money borrowed from guitarist Kerry King's father.

Touring extensively promoting the album, the band brought close friends and family members along the trip, who helped backstage with lighting and sound. Although criticized for poor production quality, it became Metal Blade Records highest selling release, also producing the songs "Die by the Sword", "The Antichrist" and "Black Magic", which are played at Slayer's live shows regularly. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Black Magic
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Captor of Sin
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Chemical Warfare
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Crionics
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Die by the Sword
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Evil Has No Boundaries
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Fight Till Death
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Haunting the Chapel
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Metalstorm / Face the Slayer
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Show No Mercy
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The Antichrist
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The Final Command
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Tormentor
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