Slayer is a famous and appreciated trash metal band which formed in 1981. The first album of the band was released in 1986 and was entitled Reign in Blood. The band has an incredible style and also great lyrics, but it was often accused that it could actually influence an inappropriate behaviour. The members of the band said that writing their songs and music is the way they free and get rid of all the tension that accumulates. The main topics of the songs are related to religion, Nazism, as well as killers and warfare. Its members are Tom Araya, Kerry King, Jeff Hanneman and Dave Lombardo and their concerts are always successful. Despite criticism, the band has many fans all around the world, being appreciated for its music, rhythms, but also for the messages it delivers.
This great rock band is considered one of the trash metal pioneers. Nonetheless, controversial lyrics have led to many album bans and lawsuits, but the band’s members never gave up to writing music and lyrics in the same style. As the first album of the band, Reign in Blood was so successful, the members of the band had a great idea: they launched their own “Reign in Blood”, which is actually a very tasty wine, but they still have to find reliable retailers to sell it.
The wine is perfect for barbecue as will whip it up due to its dark fruitiness, as well as spicy barrels and hints. Slayer wine is ideal for all summer’s grilled dishes and barbecues and is also a must for fans. The Slayer wine can be complemented with a gift box in the shape of a grill apron and a coffin, its trash metal feeling being obvious. It seems that this band hasn’t give up to its unique style and will also remain the one that defined indeed the trash metal genre. The coffin and the apron add a further dimension to this incredible wine. This wine is a Cabernet Sauvignon from California, tough and unique as the band itself, being rounded with notes of oak, very well structured and having smooth tannins, so its aroma is amazing. This wine brings back great memories since the band was very popular, reminding its fans that nothing has changed since then.