Here is the most and least played song live off every Slayer album.

The Big 4 thrash legends released 11 albums of original material in addition to the cult favorite 1984 EP, Haunting the Chapel.

While there are certainly highs and lows amid the catalog, one quality rings true for it all, which is that Slayer were completely uncompromising in their approach to metal, remaining musically and lyrically brutal and visceral all throughout.

The only real lean in another direction came with the nu-metal addled Diabolus in Musica and, since a debut album is usually an obvious culmination of influences, their Show No Mercy debut was more closely aligned with NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) before they completely broke free and blazed their own trail.

READ MORE: Every Slayer Song Ranked From Worst to Best

The songs that have been played live the most off each record are the ones that make us all scream, "FUCKING SLAAAAAAYYYERRRR" until our throats bleed.

Slayer have had a lot of material to work with and, with so many hits and fan favorites, the setlists leave little wiggle room for some of the hidden gems and deep cuts.

Can you believe there are two songs off the same album that were only ever played live once?! On the opposite end, one of the least played songs from a release was performed over 100 times.

See the most and least played song live off every Slayer album below. And keep scrolling to see the songs the thrash legends have never played before!

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The Most Played Song Live Off Every Slayer Album

And these songs will stay that way unless Slayer ever come out of retirement.

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The Least Played Song Live Off Every Slayer Album

There's two songs on one album that were only played live once!

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The 29 Songs Slayer Have Never Played Live

With the trusty as our guide, we've rounded up all of the original songs (no covers included) that thrash metal legends Slayer have never played live.

Gallery Credit: Joe DiVita

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