Slayer "HELL-P" by Kolle Rebbe

To mark the release of their final live album, thrash metal band Slayer has created the first record that can be played in hell.

Each of the six 6.66-inch records is made from stainless steel and metallic copper, and can withstand temperatures of up to 1,000 degrees Celsius. Though the Bible doesn’t specifically mention the underworld’s heat preferences, Slayer fans are encouraged to burn the vinyl’s sleeve before they "go to hell".

The record itself features the title tack of Slayer’s latest album, The Repentless Killogy, which also functions as the opening song of their Final World Tour setlist. The work was created by Alexander Michaelsen and art directed by Martin Strobel.


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