#1
What do people think of the new Exodus album? I am thinking about buying it but first I wanted some second opinions.
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#2
It's a very good and very well produced album, much like SHKM. I think SHKM is better than this one creatively though, but I still recommend you pick it up.
#3
Disspointing when you compare it with Bonded by Blood and Fabulous Disaster, but if you digged SHKM, you should be okay with it.
#4
I heard a couple songs I liked. I was wondering about the rest of the album though. SHKM is really good too.
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#5
Might just have been me, but it seemed more groove-oriented than the previous two.

Still enjoyable though.
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#6
Just downloaded the album its tits. Especially Children Of A worthless God, go and buy it
#7
very cool album. I like this new direction Exodus are going. New singer adds a different dynamic than previous 2 (duh). I like. Now we wait for Exhibit B.

Also the guitar work is awesome.
#8
I listened to some of the new songs on their myspace. They sound pretty good.
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#9
I really liked it, better than Shovel Headed Kill Machine. I liked the ten minute songs, but there wasn't a huge amount of movement to them, but for solos, it is one of the best metal albums around. There's also a bit less of the overly prominent crunch that there was in SHKM.
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#10
I thought it was awesome. I can understand why a lot of pure old school thrash fans would hate it. I personally love old school thrash but im a fan of a lot of the newer thrash thats coming out when its done well, and Kreator and Exodus have been doing it the best, like always.
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#11
It's OK. Drags horribly after the opening 20-ish minutes. But the opening thrashers are all goooood.

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#13
robs vocals arent as heavy and strong since he lost weight. But God's riffs (holt) still kick arse, though can be a little repeptive.
#14
Its great if you like the newer Exodus.
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#15
I think this album is awesome! Bought it at the release date. Now I HAVE to buy Exhibit B as well. Even though I know I won't afford it the day it's released :P
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#17
Meh... I don't really like it, all the new Exodus stuff follows the same formula. The intro song is bad as **** though, but that's not worth the price of admission.
It sounds pretty much the same as SHKM, which was alright. I really dislike the 10 minute songs, they take for-****ing-ever. There are only a few bands that can pull that off, at least in my opinion, and Exodus is definitely not one of them.
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#18
I really like SHKM. I listen to it a ton. I've heard bad reviews about this new one, though. Goes on forever...all the same...you get the point. Is it worth it if I like SHKM?
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I really like SHKM. I listen to it a ton. I've heard bad reviews about this new one, though. Goes on forever...all the same...you get the point. Is it worth it if I like SHKM?


Yeah, it's a vast improvement on SHKM. It remins me a bit of what I heard on Tempo Of The Damned, groovy, fast, cool bass and guitar sound. And, I've said before, THE SOLOS ARE EPICALLY GOOD. Ignore the bad reviews, there are two ten minute songs, one of them does get slightly samey, but it's hardly a flaw of the album. The only problem I have with one of the ten minute songs, is there are long gaps of riffage between solos or vocals, if Rob sang throughout some of the gaps, then probably all of those negative reviews would go away.

And anyway, how do you know there's goign to be and Exhibit B? Or are you saying it because it sounds cool?
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#20
"Guitarist Gary Holt has stated it is named "Exhibit A" because Exodus plans to create an "Exhibit B" soon, of which they have already recorded 4 songs."

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#21
A-haa, cheers d00d.
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