One of the original Bay Area thrash bands from the 80s, Exodus, is coming the Empire on Monday, November 24th for the band’s first area appearance with returning vocalist Steve Souza fronting the band. We here at DCHeavyMetal.com couldn’t be more excited so we’re giving away a free pair of tickets to one of you lucky DCHM readers. To enter just leave a comment on this post telling me which Exodus song you want to hear the most (if you need help you can find their discography here) when they come to Empire on Monday. At 5pm EST this Friday, November 21st, a winner will be chosen at random (using Random.org) from all valid entries to win the tickets. Be sure to enter using a valid email you check regularly so I can contact you if you win. Don’t worry, I won’t add you to any spam lists or sell your info or anything sleazy like that. If I haven’t heard back from the winner in 24 hours another winner will be chosen at random. If you can’t wait to see if you win or the contest is already over when you read this, then you can get tickets from Ticket Fly for $17 here.
Steve Souza fronted Exodus for the band’s four albums from 1987 to 1992, and then again for their 2004 return album Tempo Of The Damned. Now he finds himself back in Exodus with the release of their new album, Blood In, Blood Out, and fans and critics alike are raving about it. Exodus fan’s won’t want to miss the band’s only area appearance this year with Souza back to perform those classic songs with them. Exodus is currently touring with Slayer and Suicidal Tendencies this show is an off date of that tour, which unfortunately isn’t coming anywhere near us. As such there’s isn’t any touring support, however we will get sets by some great locals including Yesterday’s Saints, March To Victory, Oberris, Blunt Force Rebellion, Afarinesh, and Red Sky Research. So check out these awesome Exodus videos below, tell me which song you want to hear them play the most on Monday, and get ready for a killer night of thrash!
Exodus – Blood In, Blood Out
Exodus – Toxic Waltz
Exodus – Salt The Wound (feat. Kirk Hammett)
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