Exodus The Atrocity Exhibition: Exhibit A
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south_of_heaven 11
November 13th 2007


5438 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I think a bunch of his ratings actually got deleted Robin. Kinda like what happened with Mikesn.

But what rating are leaning towards for this album Robin?This Message Edited On 11.13.07

Dethtrasher
November 13th 2007


2211 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Really? Sorry about that, I didn't know.
I don't know yet, my rating will probably land on a 4/5 (or higher) but I've been busy listening to some stuff that I have ordered recently.

south_of_heaven 11
November 13th 2007


5438 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Sweet, good to hear. What else did you order?

Dethtrasher
November 13th 2007


2211 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Prong's latest album ''Power Of The Damager'' (industrial half/thrash), pretty good stuff. And a ''rare'' melodic death/balck album. Pretty intense stuff compared to other melo-death bands. Plus, Destruction's Thrash Anthems has been a favourite lately.

kalkal50
November 14th 2007


2386 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

... who negged this and why?

rattlehead42147
November 14th 2007


1345 Comments


and what was this "rare" melodic death/black album?

edit: @ dethThis Message Edited On 11.14.07

Dethtrasher
November 14th 2007


2211 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Nah, it's not rare, but the album is called ''Blood From Stone'' and the band is called The Moaning.

SylentEcho
November 18th 2007


1574 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

This album is total crap! I dislike the vocalist as well.

rottingguts
December 16th 2007


1 Comments


Title track is fucking amazing. their keeping it real, not contradicting what they said 25 years ago, like some other bands i know...

kalkal50
January 19th 2008


2386 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

8 minute thrash songs is just pathetic, considering just how repetitive they are

Pebster49
February 19th 2008


2993 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

fuck this was booooring, I hope all Thrash nowadys isn't like this.

UnderFlames
March 14th 2008


268 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Wow, what a great album.



Although I don't agree with it, excellent review.This Message Edited On 03.14.08

Heavy Metal James
April 14th 2008


35 Comments


ok this comment is based on the songs from this album they played at the camden underworld, london, last week....

for me their newer material just seems bland, dont get me wrong its all well and good, solid foundations are there. Nothing seems to stand out and they just blurr into everything else out there in the same genres?

moltenlava
May 9th 2008


312 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The same sentiment I expressed for the new Testament offering applies here as well. I don't know what's been going on with these older, more established Thrash bands, but they've been churning out the best material of their careers. By far. And, who would have thunk it? Masterpieces, this far along the timeline? Problem for me is that I never really was a huge fan of the Thrash Metal of old because of how thin the guitar tone was. It was too punky and not nearly heavy enough for my taste. A lot of it was Metal, without the Heavy. But, the last three Exodus albums have been everything that the old Thrash recordings were not. The addition of Rob Dukes on vocals has given a tremendous push to this band and brought them up to a level that only bands like Testament, Slayer, Megadeth and Iced Earth are on. The last three discs are what folks should be looking at, with 'Shovel Headed Kill Machine' probably being the most consistent out of the three. But, this one is a close second. The only problem here is that the songs are long, so when a song is weak, it's weak for a long time. LOL. But, thankfully there's really only two of those. 'As It Was' and 'The Garden Of Bleeding' are the only sore spots here, but tracks like 'Riot Act', 'Funeral Hymn', 'Children' and 'Iconoclasm' more than make up for the mediocre stuff. And, besides the significantly elevated level of writing displayed on this album, 'Tempo' and 'Shovel Head', the production value of these discs are off the charts. These are the most bone cruchingly intense records I've heard since Testament's 'The Gathering'. I love this album. And, I would definitely recommend it....along with the new Testament and the latest Slayer, Iced Earth and Megadeth albums as well.This Message Edited On 05.09.08

ZACKGUITARGOD87
July 27th 2008


3 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Well I say that Riot Act rocked on the album,but as for all the other songs it kinda bombed

SorrowLyric
July 27th 2008


119 Comments


My friend plays this a lot at work. I don't like it too much, but it's only this album.

myhigherpie
November 17th 2008


3027 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

is let there be blood a new album?

If so, these guys are DAMN fast

DethThrasher
November 17th 2008


462 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Tempo of the Damned owns this album

Bleak123
November 17th 2008


1902 Comments


a lot of albums own this album

Bouben
July 9th 2009


21 Comments


Well...in my opininon this is the one of the best thrash metal albums in past few years, but it is truth, that I am not so well educated in thrash scene too.



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