EXODUS: Brand-New Audio Interview Posted Online

Veteran San Francisco Bay Area thrashers EXODUS are hoping to enter the studio before the end of the year to begin work on the follow-up to "Tempo of the Damned", tentatively due in 2005 through Nuclear Blast Records. A brand-new 20-minute audio interview with EXODUS frontman Steve "Zetro" Souza, conducted on Aug. 26 by Thrashin' Alan of Dallas, TX station KNON 89.3 FM, is available for download at this location (11.5 MB).

Upcoming EXODUS shows:

Sep. 05 - Osaka, JAP @ Club Quattro
Sep. 06 - Nagoya, JAP @ Club Quattro
Sep. 08 - Tokyo, JAP @ Club Quattro
Sep. 11 - Mexico City, MEX @ Hard Rock Cafe
Sep. 12 - El Salvador @ TBA
Sep. 15 – Santiago, CHL @ TBA
Sep. 17 - Buenos Aires, ARG @ Republica Cromañon
Sep. 18 - São Paulo, BRA @ Via Funchal (Bonded By Blood Thrash Fest)
Sep. 19 – Recife, BRA @ Pernambuco
Sep. 24 - Ribeirão Preto, BRA @ TBA
Sep. 25 - Belo Horizonte, BRA @ TBA
Oct. 23 – Seattle, WA @ The Seattle Fest (Studio Seven)


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