Holy Slayer, we've got yet another mainstream commercial using metal music to sell their product. This time, Google has used the Slayer anthem 'Raining Blood' for a Halloween-themed commercial for the company's new Chromebook.

The commercial is mostly text-based, and reads, "For little devils, for scaring off viruses, for spooky-fast startup, for an undead battery, for horror movie marathons, for no fear of crashes, for no phantom files, for no software nightmares, for a fun size, for no haunting hassles; the $249 laptop from Google for everyone."

This is the second time in a short while where Slayer has been used in a commercial. In September, ESPN used the band's logo for comedic contrast for an ad featuring the seemingly nerdy SportsCenter commentator John Clayton, who wears a Slayer shirt while showcasing a 'Reign in Blood' poster in his "bedroom."

Still, the reigning champion of heavy metal commercials is the History Channel, when they used Suffocation's 'Bind Torture Kill' to promote their 'Dark Ages' programming.

What do you think of the use of Slayer's music for a Google commercial? Is it funny? Does it work well? Is it a sellout move? Let us know your opinion in the comments section below.

Slayer, 'Raining Blood' Google Chromebook Commercial