Exodus

Exodus - Blood In, Blood Out (Nuclear Blast)

Vital thrash from the veteran American outfit...
Release Date: 
13 Oct 2014 - 11:30pm

Like label mates Testament and Overkill,  thrash veterans  Exodus seem to be carrying the banner for the genre in a fashion the big 4 ju

Exodus: New Album Artwork Revealed

Blood In, Blood Out will be released soon!

Legendary thrash metal band Exodus have revealed the never-before-seen album art for their upcoming album, Blood In, Blood Out, which is scheduled to be hitting retail and

Steve 'Zetro' Souza: Still Thrashing After All These Years

'At fifty, you're like - oh shit! I gotta get things done!'

As Metal As Fuck has celebrated 30 Years of Thrash this past month, it seems appropriate to have a chat with Mr.

Fan evaluation: Exodus - Fabulous Disaster (Combat/Music for Nations)

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The prison system, inherently unjust and inhumane

Is the ultimate expression of injustice

And inhumanity in the society at large.

Those of us on the outside do not like

Steve 'Zetro' Souza discusses Hatriot and all things thrash...let the old and new schools collide!

'If you're playing thrash metal and it's not full of angst, then you're not doing it correctly.'

My nerves are a little on edge when I get the phone call. Why the nerves, you ask?

An Interview With Cannibal Corpse guitarist Rob Barrett

A brief discussion of peace,flowers and pecans...

I was under the impression I'd be interviewing Cannibal Corpse guitarist Pat O’Brien so it was a bit of a surprise when Rob Barrett, the oth

'None of our wives or girlfriends have had a fist fight on tour yet.' Mike Tiner, bassist with All Shall Perish, talks to Metal as Fuck.

There's nothing finer than chatting with Mike Tiner...

Some interviews are like pulling teeth but this one with Mike Tiner, bassist with All Shall Perish (ASP) was golden; he’s easy to talk to, articulate and a b

Evile's guitarist Ol Drake chews the fat...

Being sick on the van and eating breakfast with thrash legends...

There’s a lot to be said for international phone-calls but when they fuck up, they fuck up on a grand scale.

The Waiting, like Tom Petty said, is the hardest part - the final emergence of Hell, as told by Andy Sneap

With a gestation period that would have had an Elephant screaming for the induction stirrups, Hell's new record carries a lot of expectation on it's Satanic shoulders. Andy Sneap thinks it'll be worth the wait though...

Fate. Kismet. Some things work out in time, and there’s no telling how or why they happen – they just do. God moves in mysterious ways.