The atrocity exhibition - Exhibit A

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Item no. 433256
Musical Genre Thrash Metal
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Edition Limited Edition
Product topic Bands
Band Exodus
Product type CD
Release date 10/26/07
Gender Unisex

CD 1

  • 1.
    Call to arms
  • 2.
    Riot act
  • 3.
    Funeral Hymn
  • 4.
    Children of a worthless god
  • 5.
    As it was, as it soon shall be
  • 6.
    The atrocity exhibition
  • 7.
  • 8.
    The garden of bleeding
  • 9.
    Bedlam 1-2-3
  • 10.
    Keine Titelinformation

by Starbuck (08.10.2007) To be honest, I did not really expect this album – after all the line-up troubles. But the band around Gary Holt is back on course and presents a merciless Thrash-Monster. Over the course of eight songs you feel as if some madman fires little splitter bombs into your body with a bolt gun. Extremely waspishly, mangy, heavy, and fierce, the riffs burst out of the speakers that your living room turns upside down. Pure, merciless Thrash without any trend influences by some Americans who really know what they are doing. Take, e.g. the title track, changing between mean midtempo-riffs and tornado-like riff blasts. The guitar carpet provided by the duo, Altus/Holt in "Riot act", couldn't be more Thrash than the riffs on "Pleasures of the flesh". It is almost impossible to bang your head to "Iconoclasm": too fast! Rob Dukes roars his vocal chords bloody… but he sounds soo cool! Short: Exodus' third album after the successful reunion is finest head-off Thrash!