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Exodus - Blood In, Blood Out album mp3
Speed/Thrash Metal,Heavy Metal
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    Blood In, Blood Out
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    Speed/Thrash Metal,Heavy Metal
  • Date of release:
    October 13, 2014
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  • Recording location:
    Backstage Studios
  • Size FLAC version
    1272 megabytes
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    1581 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1995 megabytes
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Blood In, Blood Out is the tenth studio album by American thrash metal band Exodus. It was released on October 14, 2014 through Nuclear Blast, and is the band's first album with vocalist Steve "Zetro" Souza since 2004's Tempo of the Damned. The album also saw a reunion with original guitarist Kirk Hammett, who plays the guitar solo on "Salt the Wound".

Exodus are on their way back and their new ‘Blood In, Blood Out’ album will feature some name guests. The band just revealed collaborations with Testament frontman Chuck Billy and Gorillaz' Dan the Automator to go along with a previously announced Kirk Hammett guest turn. The band’s tenth studio album will arrive on Oct. 14 via Nuclear Blast Records. As we previously reported, Kirk Hammett went full circle by adding a signature guitar solo to the track ‘Salt the Wound

Album Name Blood in Blood Out. Type Album. 1. Blood Upon the Stage (the Making of "Blood in Blood Out").

Blood In Blood Out. Lyrics By – Gary HoltMusic By – Gary Holt. Mixed At – Backstage Studios. Mastered At – Backstage Studios. Engineered At – Backstage Studios.


Lee Altus - Composer, Group Member, Guitar, Lyricist, Soloist
Dan the Automator - Introduction
Exodus - Primary Artist, Producer
Jack Gibson - Bass, Composer, Engineer, Group Member, Lyricist
Kirk Hammett - Guest Artist, Soloist
Gary Holt - Composer, Group Member, Guitar, Lyricist, Soloist
Tom Hunting - Drums, Group Member
Matt Mullin - Assistant Engineer
Par Olofsson - Cover Art
Gustavo Sazes - Layout
Andy Sneap - Drum Engineering, Mastering, Mixing, Tracking
Steve Souza - Composer, Group Member, Lyricist, Vocals
Eus Straver - Photography
Jason Victorine - Assistant Engineer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Black 13 Gary Holt Exodus 6:21
2 Blood In, Blood Out Gary Holt Exodus 3:42
3 Collateral Damage Gary Holt Exodus 5:27
4 Salt the Wound Gary Holt Exodus 4:24
5 Body Harvest Lee Altus / Jack Gibson / Steve Souza Exodus 6:28
6 BTK Gary Holt Exodus 6:56
7 Wrapped in the Arms of Rage Gary Holt Exodus 4:30
8 My Last Nerve Gary Holt Exodus 6:10
9 Numb Gary Holt Exodus 6:13
10 Honor Killings Lee Altus Exodus 5:42
11 Food for the Worms Gary Holt Exodus 6:21

Favorite Tracks: 2. Blood In, Blood Out 4. Salt the Wound 5. Body Harvest
After many problems with the line-up that had seen Exodus fans fearing that Gary Holt would have even dared to leave Exodus and disband his lead band (we won’t discuss here the reason of this), leading to the leaving of Rob Dukes in favor of the famed Steve Souza and the employing of some Heathen members to play live dates in substitution of the band’s frontman, the band managed to issue their latest studio album Blood In, Blood Out. Pros: Souza’s vocals have become increasingly Black Metal-like, to the point one almost feels like listening to Immortal’s Abbath! The cons: 11 tepid Thrash Metal tracks that sum up for a 62 minutes album, which is still too much for an album without many ideas like this. The songs continue to be D-tuned based and to feature as many more Metalcore breakdowns as possible: the opening track features some electronic noise generated by extremely renowned producer Dan the Automator, but the use of funky beats could have been better employed, instead than serving as a mere intro, which only “metal defenders” may find irritating.We, not being “metal defenders” in any way, have found this album uninspired as the band’s previous albums post-reunion. The melodies are repetitive to the point of inducing depression, and the Chuck Billy/Kirk Hammett guests are so phoned-in that don’t even seem convincing. Some of the cuts feature also dilated fade-outs to elongate the songs unnecessarily. The last song “Food for the Worms”, not counting its trite and out-of-place blast-beat sections, has a verse riff that seems almost plagiarized from another Thrash Metal band we don’t recall.Overall, Blood in, Blood Out, gets added in the countless numbers of disappointments this “Neo-Thrash revival” has brought to the listeners. To be really honest, this album is more consistent and listenable than The Atrocity Exhibition: Exhibit B… but even a dumb could make a better album than that. If Exodus will keep on making this music so uninspired, unnecessarily fast and un-memorable, Testament will turn out to be the only “bigs” in Thrash Metal to have managed to do decent albums in this decade!