EXODUS To Open For SUM 41 In San Francisco

November 3, 2002

Veteran Bay Area thrashers EXODUS will be opening for pop-punkers SUM 41 at Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco on Sunday, Dec. 1.

EXODUS, who are currently preparing to record their first studio album of new material since 1992's "Force Of Habit", were personally invited by the Canadian group to join them at the sold-out gig, which will see the two bands performing in front of a capacity crowd of 350.

SUM 41's upcoming appearance with EXODUS comes on the heels of the group's collaboration with SLAYER guitarist Kerry King on a video for "What We're All About", which was a remixed version of the track that originally appeared on the group's "Half Hour Of Power" CD.

Bottom of the Hill is located at 1233 17th Street in San Francisco. For more information, visit the club's web site at this location.

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