Exodus



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946 fans
Country: USA
Label: Nuclear Blast Records

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Formed in: 1980
Broke up: 1994-1997
Broke up: 1998-2001

1980- Bay Area thrash metal

Line-up

1980-  Gary Holt - guitars
1980-1989  Tom Hunting - drums
› 1997-2005  -//-
› 2007-  -//-
1986-1993  Steve Souza - vocals
› 2002-2004  -//-
› 2014-  -//-
1997-  Jack Gibson - bass
2005-  Lee Altus - guitars
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1980-1981  Tim Agnello - vocals
1980-1981  Carlton Melson - bass
1980-1983  Kirk Hammett - guitars
1981-1983  Geoff Andrews - bass
1981-1986  Paul Baloff - vocals
› 1997-2002  -//-
1983  Mike Maung - guitar
1983  Evan McCaskey - guitar
1983-1990  Rob Mckillop - bass
1983-2005  Rick Hunolt - guitars
1989-1993  John Tempesta - drums
1991-1993  Michael Butler - bass
1993  Chris Kontos - drums
1993  Gannon Hall - drums
2004  Steven M. "Steev" Esquivel - vocals
2005-2006  Paul Bostaph - drums
2005-2014  Robert "Rob" Dukes - vocals
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2004  Matthew "Matt" Harvey - vocals
2009  Nicholas Barker - drums
2010  Steve Souza - vocals
2013  Kragen Lum - guitars
› 2015  -//-
2010  Peter Tägtgren - backing vocals
2010  Brendon Small - guitar
2014  Kirk Hammett - guitars
2014  Chuck Billy - vocals

Discography


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Who exactly are the "Big 4" of thrash metal is a highly debated topic among metal music veterans for what seems now all of eternity. Everyone can agree with Metallica, Megadeth and Slayer but the fourth band gets a bit tricky depending on who you ask.   Review by tea[m]ster ››
So Exodus is back, again, with Exhibit B: The Human Condition after a relatively short (for them) layoff. The Bay Area Bashers have returned doing what they do best, wreaking havoc and crushing skulls.

The H&H Guitar tandem (this time, Holt and Heathen's...   Review by BitterCOld ››
Thrash metal
Nuclear Blast
U.S.A.
Length: 1:03:00

Exodus live at Wacken 2008 was one of the highlights of the festival. Now there is a chance for those present to re-live this experience, or those who weren't to live it out for the first time.
  Review by Baz Anderson ››

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