Slayer - Psychopathy Red
Two fast riffs that approximate the Seasons in the Abyss
era, one a pull off and the other a fast tremolo two-way shift, comprise this song although with two transition, a bass/drum rhythmic transfer and a prog-rock style abrupt shift to an open chord during a solo. Soloing is more "educated" than older Slayer but less interesting, because it becomes less about forming a pattern and more about finding a way to connect licks and scales. However, energy is good and riff quality is good, so I celebrate the development of a new, simpler, but less nu-metal form for Slayer.
Basically, it's a better direction for them: they kept the simple, and dropped the bounce.Check out the song above. The video is the classic "God listens to Slayer" image and should not interrupt your listening.