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Question 1: Slayer is an American thrash metal band formed in 1981 by guitarists Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman, who recruited vocalist and bassist Tom Araya, and drummer ________.
Jon DetteGene HoglanPaul BostaphDave Lombardo

Question 2: [2] The band were then signed to ________ by Rick Rubin, who produced Reign in Blood (1986).
NasDef Jam RecordingsLL Cool JFoxy Brown (rapper)

Question 3: [1 ] Slayer's first two albums, Show No Mercy (1983) and ________ (1985), which were released on Metal Blade Records, did not chart in the United States.
Dave LombardoHell AwaitsHaunting the ChapelGod Hates Us All

Question 4: [2] ________ (1998) was criticized for its nu metal traits,[4][5] while God Hates Us All (2001) created controversy for its graphic artwork.
Christ IllusionSlayerUndisputed AttitudeDiabolus in Musica

Question 5: [2] After South of Heaven (1988), Slayer signed to Rubin's new label, ________, and released Seasons in the Abyss (1990).
Sony Music EntertainmentAmerican RecordingsReign in BloodRick Rubin

Question 6: After the album was released, Lombardo departed Slayer and was replaced by ________.
Jon DetteDave LombardoJohn TempestaPaul Bostaph

Question 7: ________ (2006) was Slayer's most successful effort, debuting at number five in the US and winning two Grammy Awards.
Jihad (song)Christ IllusionDivine Intervention (album)God Hates Us All

Question 8: The album helped Slayer break into the ________ for the first time, peaking at number 94.
Billboard Hot 100 50th Anniversary ChartsHot Adult Contemporary TracksBillboard 200Billboard Hot 100







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