Vinyl LP pressing. Next to Metallica's Kill 'Em All and Slayer's Show No Mercy there was one other record that not only set the whole world of heavy metal ablaze, but also can be considered as a genre defying album: Exodus' 1985 debut Bonded By Blood. As furious as their Bay Area counterparts, and with machine gun riffs from Gary Holt and Rick Runolt and absolute madman vocals from Paul Baloff, Exodus delivered a debut album that now, nearly 35 years later is universally regarded as an absolute classic. 1987 follow-up Pleasures Of The Flesh marked the band's first with ex-Legacy vocalist Steve 'Zetro' Souza. Songs like "Parasite," "Braindead," "Chemi-Kill" and the title track are superb sonic lessons in violence and the record remains another must-have for every decent metalhead out there.
Vinyl LP pressing. Next to Metallica's Kill 'Em All and Slayer's Show No Mercy there was one other record that not only set the whole world of heavy metal ablaze, but also can be considered as a genre defying album: Exodus' 1985 debut Bonded By Blood. As furious as their Bay Area counterparts, and with machine gun riffs from Gary Holt and Rick Runolt and absolute madman vocals from Paul Baloff, Exodus delivered a debut album that now, nearly 35 years later is universally regarded as an absolute classic. 1987 follow-up Pleasures Of The Flesh marked the band's first with ex-Legacy vocalist Steve 'Zetro' Souza. Songs like "Parasite," "Braindead," "Chemi-Kill" and the title track are superb sonic lessons in violence and the record remains another must-have for every decent metalhead out there.
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Pleasures Of The Flesh [LP]
Artist: Exodus
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Next to Metallica's Kill 'Em All and Slayer's Show No Mercy there was one other record that not only set the whole world of heavy metal ablaze, but also can be considered as a genre defying album: Exodus' 1985 debut Bonded By Blood. As furious as their Bay Area counterparts, and with machine gun riffs from Gary Holt and Rick Runolt and absolute madman vocals from Paul Baloff, Exodus delivered a debut album that now, nearly 35 years later is universally regarded as an absolute classic. 1987 follow-up Pleasures Of The Flesh marked the band's first with ex-Legacy vocalist Steve 'Zetro' Souza. Songs like "Parasite," "Braindead," "Chemi-Kill" and the title track are superb sonic lessons in violence and the record remains another must-have for every decent metalhead out there.