EXODUS: 'Shovel Headed Kill Machine' Track Listing, Artwork Revealed
Veteran San Francisco Bay Area thrashers EXODUS have finalized the track listing for their new album, "Shovel Headed Kill Machine", due on October 4 via Nuclear Blast Records. Recorded at Trident studios in Pacheco, California and mixed by Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, ARCH ENEMY), the follow-up to 2004's "Tempo of the Damned" is the band's first to feature new members Lee Altus (guitar; HEATHEN, ex-DIE KRUPPS), Paul Bostaph (drums; ex-SLAYER, FORBIDDEN) and Rob Dukes (vocals).
"Shovel Headed Kill Machine" track listing:
03. Kharma's Messenger
04. Shudder To Think
05. I Am Abomination
06. Altered Boy
07. Going Going Gone
08. Now Thy Death Day Come
09. 44 Magnum Opus
10. Shovel Headed Kill Machine
Check out the album artwork at Rockdetector.com.
EXODUS recently parted ways with longtime guitarist Rick Hunolt due to Rick's desire to concentrate on his family life.
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