EXODUS Crush Sacramento (Again)
BLABBERMOUTH.NET would like to extend our condolences to EXODUS drummer Tom Hunting, whose dad sadly passed away after a lengthy bout with cancer. In other news, EXODUS performed a crushing set at The Roadhouse in Sacramento, California on Saturday, January 19th that consisted of the following tracks:
01. Deliver Us To Evil
02. 'Till Death Do Us Part
03. And Then There Were None
04. Pleasures Of The Flesh
06. Brain Dead
07. Metal Command
08. A Lesson In Violence
09. No Love
11. Bonded By Blood
12. Strike Of The Beast
13. Toxic Waltz
Due to bassist Jack Gibson's "prior commitments", EXODUS performed the Sacramento show with the help of former LAAZ ROCKIT/ANGEL WITCH four-stringer Jon Torres, who reportedly did an admirable job after having only rehearsed once with the group. It should be noted, however, that Gibson is still a member of EXODUS and has no intentions of leaving the band.
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