SLAYER's 'Raining Blood' Featured In Commercial For Google's New Chromebook

SLAYER's classic song "Raining Blood" is featured in a 30-second commercial for Google's new $249 Chromebooks from Samsung. Check it out below. The ad is part of Google's new ad campaign that is designed around the "a computer for everyone" theme.

Google's new Chromebooks will be sold in 100 Best Buy stores, to be expanded to 500 stores, which will have special Chromebook kiosks staffed by Google-trained specialists. The new Chromebook will also be available for order online, including in the Google Play store.

ALTER BRIDGE and CREED guitarist Mark Tremonti recently told Noisecreep, "Some of my favorite riffs of all time are on SLAYER's song 'Raining Blood' and that really inspired me to write man of the menacing metal riffs that I have over the years."


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