EXODUS: New Audio Interview With TOM HUNTING Available

The "Black Night Meditations" metal radio show recently conducted an interview with drummer Tom Hunting of San Francisco Bay Area metal veterans EXODUS. The program is now available for download as an MP3 audio file at this location.

"Black Night Meditations", a four-hour metal show focusing on black, death, thrash, folk, power, shred, prog, broadcasts on WSCA 106.1 FM in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

High-quality audio of San Francisco Bay Area thrash legends EXODUS performing the song "Children Of A Worthless God" at their recent tour stop at the House Of Blues in Chicago, Illinois is available for streaming at The Daily Rock.

EXODUS will perform its classic debut album, "Bonded By Blood", in its entirety each night of the band's Thrash Domination 2009 tour in Japan in September. Also appearing on the bill are KREATOR, TESTAMENT and HEATHEN.

The dates are as follows:

* Sep. 16 - Osaka - Shangri-La (EXODUS)
* Sep. 18 - Nagoya - Club Quattro (EXODUS, KREATOR)
* Sep. 19 - Kawasaki - Club Citta' (TESTAMENT, EXODUS, KREATOR, HEATHEN)
* Sep. 20 - Kawasaki - Club Citta' (TESTAMENT, EXODUS, KREATOR, HEATHEN)

EXODUS is currently putting together a DVD containing the band's 2008 performance at Germany's Wacken Open Air festival, plus a 90-minute documentary as well as about 30 minutes of bonus footage, and all of the group's promotional videos. The set will consist of two DVDs plus an audio CD of the Wacken performance and is expected to be released in August.

British extreme metal drumming legend Nick Barker (CRADLE OF FILTH, TESTAMENT, DIMMU BORGIR, BRUJERIA, ATROCITY) filled in for EXODUS' Tom Hunting during the band's recent European tour with OVERKILL.


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