SlayerDiabolus In Musica

Label:American Recordings – CK 69192
CD, Album


1Bitter Peace4:32
2Death's Head3:29
3Stain Of Mind3:25
4Overt Enemy4:42
5Perversions Of Pain3:31
6Love To Hate3:06
8In The Name Of God3:38
10Screaming From The Sky3:13

Companies, etc.



Actual track times differ slightly from those printed on back cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7464-69192-2 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): CTDP-095458 G2 1A 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L424
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 7221
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): CTDP-095458 G3 1A 12
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L423
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 7208
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): CTDP-095458 G4 1A 03
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI L424
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 7263

Other Versions (5 of 93)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Diabolus In Musica (CD, Album)American Recordings, Columbia491302 2, COL 491302 2Europe1998
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Diabolus In Musica (Cassette, Album)American RecordingsCOL 491302 4Poland1998
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Diabolus In Musica (CD, Album, CD, Enhanced)American Recordings, American Recordings, Columbia491302 6, 491302 2, COL 491302 6Europe1998
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Diabolus In Musica (2×LP, Album)American Recordings, American Recordings491302 1, 01-491302-20Europe1998
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Diabolus In Musica (CD, Album)American Recordings, Columbia491302 2Australia1998



  • robert_amish's avatar
    Does anyone knows about a release on Krypton records? maybe promo only cd
    • RxHxBx's avatar
      Although there are 3 Brazilian releases listed here, there is also one more: catalog number is simply "2-491302" (but printed as "758.464/2491302" on the CD label) and the Barcode and Matrix/Runout are the same as the first press blue label CD. The back cover is also slightly different than these releases and the label is in a light grey color. I don't know what's the year of this release.
      • tmdrums17's avatar
        Ever since my migration to Colorado from Arizona a year ago, I have been making required quarterly trips back home to visit mom and dad... and in the process moving my old high school and early college pre-vinyl-collecting-years CD collection to my new home. Enter this incredibly great album, which was my introduction to Slayer at age 15. Nostalgia aside, I can't figure out why people refuse to give this album the credit it deserves. Now that I'm 13 years wiser, I do "get" this isn't South Of Heaven or Reign In Blood, and that if compared to the rest of the Slayer catalog, it just can't hold its own. However, this wasn't meant to be either of those albums. What it is, in a single statement, is Slayer's response to what was occurring with the Metal genre in the late 90s. Metal was slowing down tempo wise, was getting less heavy, and quite frankly was getting very popular. This album, while adopting a select few musical elements of popular late 90s metal, is still a total Slayer kick in the face. It was exactly what was needed at the time. It had minimal nu-metal hooks to draw in the newbies, but it also has enough attitude to remind everyone what the metal genre should be about. If you own this, give it another play, and think objectively about what you are hearing. If you don't own it, drop the 99 cents + shipping on Amazon and give it a try... I think you might like it!



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