EXODUS Guitarist Talks About Upcoming Record-Release Party

EXODUS guitarist Gary Holt has posted the following message in regards to the band's upcoming record-release party (scheduled to take place on Thursday, March 11 at DNA Lounge in San Francisco):

"Okay, here's the scoop on the record release party. There is NO opening band. First band on is us, EXODUS. We are going to play for roughly two hours! EVERYTHING off of the new record and lots of the classics as well. Our set will be followed by [the MERCYFUL FATE tribute band] (We just finally got a hold of Jonathan and he's pumped, he just has to talk to the rest of the boys) HAIL SATAN. We are doing it like this so it will be like a party and everyone will not have already gone home when we get off stage. We want to party with everybody too!"

As previously reported, EXODUS' first studio album since 1992's "Force of Habit", "Tempo of the Damned" is due out in Europe on February 2 (the two-year anniversary of late EXODUS frontman Paul Baloff's passing) and in the U.S. on March 9 through Nuclear Blast Records.

"Tempo Of The Damned" was recorded at Prairie Sun and Tsunami studios in Northern California with producer Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, SKINLAB, ARCH ENEMY), who previously worked with the band on their acclaimed 1997 live album "Another Lesson In Violence".


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