Bay Area Thrash Gods Exodus have unveiled another fan Q&A, this time with former guitarist Rick Hunolt at the helm. Appearing on each Exodus album from 1985’s “Bonded by Blood” to 2004’s “Tempo Of The Damned” it makes for a unique opportunity and experience as bands don’t tend to let their former warriors talk officially.
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While we’re pondering rumours that Thrash masters Exodus are sat on approaching an albums worth of material just waiting for studio time to be available, drummer Tom Hunting answers fans questions in the latest episode of their Q&A series. Seeing as they re-recorded “Bonded By Blood“, would they consider re-recording the Rob Dukes albums with
In this latest edition of their fan Q&A series, Exodus vocalist Steve “Zetro” Suaza keeps the Thrash icons humble by listening to what people are saying. Intriguingly the band have six songs completed for their eleventh studio record with guitarist Gary Holt stating that he has a million riffs and recording sessions will begin after
Bassist Jack Gibson may have joined Thrash legends Exodus in 1997, replacing Mike Butler and making his first recorded appearance with the band on the 1997 live album “Another Lesson In Violence“, but he hasn’t looked back since. He had to wait 7 long years to get to record a studio record with the band,
The Bay Strikes Back tour may have been cut tragically short but they did manage some shows with the incredible line-up of Testament, Exodus and Death Angel. Filmed at the Orbita Hall, Wroclaw Poland stop on 19th February 2020, here’s Exodus drummer Tom Hunting playing “Death Amphetamine” from the monstrous “Shovel Headed Kill Machine“.
While the Italian “The Bay Area Strikes Back” show may have been cancelled (if you’re up with current events, you’ll know why) but the tour must go on. Exodus drummer Tom Hunting was filmed playing “Blood In, Blood Out” in Live at Orbita Hall in Wroclaw Poland on 19th February 2020. Now guitarist Gary Holt
Filmed on 10th February 2020 at the Helsinki Finland stop of the Bay Area Strikes Back Tour, here’s “Fabulous Disaster” from Exodus. We know that after this European Tour trek, Testament will be dropping a new album, but with Gary Holt now firmly back in the fold after his run with Slayer, we’re hopeful that
Aside from Testament, Exodus are arguably the other biggest band outside of the Big Four of Thrash, best known for Gary Holt’s incredible guitar work and although they’ve had a myriad of frontmen including Rob Dukes who is the man (“Shovel Headed Kill Machine” enough said!) , probably Steve “Zetro” Souza’s uniquely dry vocals. Although
Big Four and the ones that got away? It’s time for another Riff Off to rival Shred Wars as someone get’s the fickle finger of fate pointed at them for mercilessly plagiarizing someone else’s hard graft and skilled craft… or maybe they just heard it and it entered their brain like a subliminal verse telling
Bloodstock 2013. That’s right. 5 long years ago. Thrash legends Exodus, arguably the 5th member of “the big four” were upon our shores with Rob Dukes fronting the band. He was a fan and he stepped up when no-one else would. 2005’s “Shovel Headed Kill Machine” is a very good album indeed. Cheers Rob, we