I never thought I’d be able to write something about Slayer for Dancing Astronaut. But with one unconventional (and surprisingly effective) remix, New Jersey producer Aylen has proven me wrong and taken me right back to my high school metal head days. “Raining Blood” is a hallowed track off a seminal album by the same name in those head-banging circles, and Aylen has somehow succeeded in doing the original justice while still producing a remix that could be dropped and enjoyed at any modern dubstep show. That takes skill, something that it is becoming abundantly clear Aylen has no shortage of. Kudos for doing something different.
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