Buy for
(9 items)

Release date: 4 October 2005
Style: Bay Area thrash metal


8.2 | 327 votes


381 have it
21 want it
1 trades it

01. Raze
02. Deathamphetamine
03. Karma's Messenger
04. Shudder To Think
05. I Am Abomination
06. Altered Boy
07. Going Going Gone
08. Now Thy Death Day Come
09. 44 Magnum Opus
10. Shovel Headed Kill Machine
11. Problems [Sex Pistols cover] [Japanese / 2-LP bonus]
12. Purge The World [limited digipack / 2-LP bonus]

Lyrics (10)

Additional info
Mixed by Andy Sneap

Also released as a limited boxset (1000 copies) including the digipack CD, a flag and a card game with tanks. Was only available via Nuclear Blast mail-order

Guest review by

Let me just start off by saying that I'm reviewing the U.S. version of this album, the one that DOES NOT have the added hidden bonus track. Now, having said that, Exodus welcomes some new members into the band on this effort. Paul Bostaph on drums formerly of Slayer, Testament, and Forbidden is replacing long time drummer Tom Hunting. Lee Atlus is now the other guitar player (formerly of Heathen and Angel Witch) replacing Gary Holt's longtime axe partner Rick Hunolt. And Rob Dukes is now the new permanent vocalist taking over for the departed Steve "Zetro" Souza. This is a very solid album, and one that will hopefully go a long way towards putting thrash metal back on top of the mountain. The sound was really clear and clean, especially the backline bass that shone through.

published 12.07.2006 | Comments (17)

Found in 6 lists
Top lists

Soulweeper My Top 35 Thrash Metal Albums Of All Time  | #13
Death To Posers 109 All-Time Favorite Songs  | #16
DreamingDesire Fave Metal Albums (No Particular Order)  | #71
Rectifier Exodus Full Length Albums: Best To Worst  | #2
Chaosweaver My Top Albums Of 2005  | #11
Coolingsrock Coolingsrock's List Of 2005 ALBUMS!!  | #33
More lists | Create a list! ››


‹‹ Back to the Albums
Comments: 6  
Users visited: 270  
Search this topic:  

Growing - 19.04.2010 at 22:53  
Rating: 8 " Deathamphetamine " is gold
soadbyob - 20.04.2010 at 01:34  
  Love this album, not their best work, but still pretty good
Syk - 24.11.2010 at 10:07  
Rating: 7
Written by Growing on 19.04.2010 at 22:53
" Deathamphetamine " is gold
Agreed. One of the few great tracks on this album, maybe their best song of the last 20 years or more... I could barely stand Altered Boy, despite the nice pun there...
Angelic Storm - 24.11.2010 at 10:47  
Rating: 8 "Deathamphetamine" is the jewel in this album for sure. It stands up to their very best classic tracks. xD "Raze" and "Shudder To Think" are also tracks I love from it. "44 Magnum Opus" is definitely the song I like least, and is like a precursor to the monotony of many of the tracks from the follow up album. Far too long, generic riffing, and just dull overall.

I like this album quite a bit, but coming after the modern thrash classic that was "Tempo Of The Damned", I was definitely a bit let down by it.
vezzy - 24.11.2010 at 15:37  
Rating: 6 There's something about the production that kind of suffocated its raw thrash energy, and the riffing wasn't really impressive either.
AtrumHiberna - 04.06.2013 at 01:17  
Rating: 8 Very powerful album

Advertise on Metal Storm

Login or register to post here.

Similar topics

Forum Topic Similarity Started
Reviews Exodus - Shovel Headed Kill Machine 9 12.07.2006 by Baz Anderson
Reviews Exodus - Shovel Headed Tour Machine (Live At Wacken And Other Assorted Atrocities) 7.5 05.01.2010 by Baz Anderson
News Generation Kill - Debut Album In September 4.5 23.06.2011 by snake? snaaaake!
Reviews Exodus - Exhibit B: The Human Condition 3 27.11.2010 by vezzy
Albums Wretched - The Exodus Of Autonomy 2.5 18.11.2013 by Skl3ros

Hits total: 6831 | This month: 41