EXODUS Guitarist Interviewed On 'The House Of Zazz'
Sam Hatch, who hosts the "The House Of Zazz" show on the West Hartford, Connecticut radio station WWUH 91.3 FM, conducted an interview with guitarist Gary Holt of San Francisco Bay Area metallers EXODUS when the band played at The Palladium in Worcester, Massachusetts on August 27, 2010. Holt spoke about vintage thrash metal, neo-thrash, the state of the music industry, his love for Lisa Gerrard of DEAD CAN DANCE, EXODUS singer Rob Dukes' relationship to Sol Rosenberg, vintage Hondo Strat copy guitars and his persistent night terrors.
You can now listen to the chat using the audio player below.
EXODUS' "Downfall" video was helmed by SchneppZone director Jon Schnepp of "Metalocalypse" fame (the animated program about DETHKLOK, the world's most popular death metal band, on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim) and was shot on April 1 on the old set of the television sitcom "Night Court". In addition, it features animated sequences by Los Angeles-based traditional animator Jeremy Polgar.
"Downfall" comes off EXODUS' latest album, "Exhibit B: The Human Condition", which sold around 4,600 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 114 on The Billboard 200 chart.
EXODUS' previous CD, "The Atrocity Exhibition: Exhibit A", opened with 3,600 units back in October 2007.
"Exhibit B: The Human Condition" was released in North America on May 18 via Nuclear Blast Records.
"Exhibit B: The Human Condition" was recorded this past December in Northern California with producer Andy Sneap (MEGADETH, ARCH ENEMY, KREATOR).
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