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Customer Reviews


Been waiting too long for this one. Once again, Gary Holt establishes his dominance as one of the best thrash guitarists ever. Souza's back where he left off (on top of his game) although I was quite a fan of the Dukes records. If only someone would break into Kirk Hammet's house and set fire to his immense collection of wah pedals, which has been the only thing in his arsenal for the past 23 years now, we might have had a nice little gem of a solo from him on Salt the Wound. All and all, this is gonna be killer! I got my tickets for December in Indy, can't wait!

Bring back Dukes

Sorry, no way Souza sounds better. To me Dukes' pipes fit the band much better.

Yet another Lesson inViolence!!

Honestly, as good as the records with Dukes are, He just wasn't Zetro...Steve IS Exodus...He had a chore filling in after Paul was kicked out, and sadly after Paul's passing, we will never get the chance to see that lie up again. For the younger generation, Steve has avery unique vocal style that fits perfectly with Gary's chopping riff style. I strongly urge anyone to dig deeper than Tempo of the Damned(though that is a SOLID thrash masterpiece), and check out Impact is Imminent, and even better, dig up a used copy of Fabulous won't be dissapointed. I love Dukes, but those albums were very polished...Welcome back Steve!!!!


Formed: 1981 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Once the kings of the Bay Area metal scene -- the birthplace of thrash -- Exodus were unceremoniously demoted from their post with the arrival of Los Angeles' Metallica in 1982. And while they proceeded to eke out a hit-and-miss career of their own over the next few decades, all the while influencing at least two separate generations of younger thrash bands, Exodus were ultimately fated to be the ultimate also-rans of the genre they helped spawn. Formed in 1981 by singer Paul Baloff, guitarists...
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