Exodus - The Atrocity Exhibition... Exhibit A

1. A 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. Iconoclasm
8. The Garden Of Bleeding
9. Bedlam 123

Rob Dukes (V)
Gary Holt (G)
Lee Altus (G)
Jack Gibson (B)
Tom Hunting (D)

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Shovel Headed Kill Machine (2005)
Tempo Of The Damned (2004)
Force Of Habit (1992)
Impact Is Imminent (1990)
Fabulous Disaster (1989)
Pleasures Of The Flesh (1987)
Bonded By Blood (1985)

Recording info
Recordet at Sharkbite Studios
Produced by Andy Sneap
Daniel's review

2007 is a mighty year for music, Hellacopters has promised to quit, noone cares about Hives anymore and thrash metal is back.
What more can you ask for?

2002 Exodus made a comeback with Tempo of the Damned. It makes me sleep; the vocals are lame, lame, lame! On their next record Steve Souza was replace with Rob Dukes, a man with an awesome voice. Shovel Headed Kill Machine (2005), has got some fantastic songs but the drums destroys the record.

The Atrocity Exhibition (Exhibit A) has the ingredients and potential to become a classic. Tom Hunting’s drums are back, so is the flow and the songs are strong; the lyrics are relevant. What more can you ask for? Exodus, once again, wreaks pavement, vengeance and rebellion.

Official website

Label - Nuclear Blast
Three similar bands - Metallica/Overkill/Perzonal War
Reviewer: Robert Ottosson