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|"World Painted Blood"|
|Single by Slayer|
|from the album World Painted Blood|
|Released||26 November 2010|
|Genre||heavy metal, thrash metal|
8:48 (total single length)
|Slayer singles chronology|
World Painted Blood is a song by American thrash metal band Slayer, and is the title track and third single from their 2009 studio album World Painted Blood. Released as a single on 26 November 2010, it was limited to 2500 copies pressed on 7-inch red vinyl, featuring the B-side "Atrocity Vendor", a non-album track. It was exclusively released through the Metal Club record store chain.
The song itself was said by the band to be a continuation of "Final Six", a bonus track on the special edition of Slayer's 2006 album Christ Illusion, and deals with the end of the world. Araya and Hanneman have said "World Painted Blood" is "one of the more classic Slayer songs".
"World Painted Blood" was amongst the 5 nominees for Best Metal Performance in the 53rd Grammy Awards. Its competition included "El Dorado" by Iron Maiden, "Let the Guilt Go" by Korn, "In Your Words" by Lamb of God, and "Sudden Death" by Megadeth. It was Slayer's 5th nomination in the category.
- "World Painted Blood" (Hanneman, Araya) – 5:53
- "Atrocity Vendor" – 2:53
- Band members
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- "Slayer on the Origins of 'World Painted Blood' -- Exclusive Video". Noisecreep.com. 10-15-2009. Retrieved 2010-12-29.
- "53rd Annual Grammy Awards nominees list". Los Angeles Times (Tribune Company). Retrieved December 2, 2010.