Former EXODUS Singer ROB DUKES: Video For 'Disaster' Song
February 1, 2018
The official video for the song "Disaster" from former EXODUS and current GENERATION KILL and FRAGILE MORTALS singer Rob Dukes can be seen below. The track is taken from Dukes's first solo EP, which was released in October via all digital music retailers. The effort features Scott Reeder (KYUSS, FIREBALL MINISTRY) on bass and special appearances from members of RUN-D.M.C. and SNOT.
01. My Whole Life (feat. Mikey Doling) 02. Hate Me (feat. Darryl "DMC" McDaniels) 03. All Lies 04. Disaster
Vocals: Rob Dukes (EXODUS, GENERATION KILL) Guitars: Jon "Jonny Rod" Ciorciari (JRod Productions) Bass: Scott Reeder (KYUSS, FIREBALL MINISTRY) Drums: Craig Cefola (WHEELHOUSE JUNCTION)
All music was written by Dukes and Ciorciari Produced and mixed by Ciorciari
Vocals: "Hate Me" - Darryl "DMC" McDaniels (RUN-D.M.C.) Guitar solo: "My Whole Life" - Mikey Doling (SNOT)
"My Whole Life", "Hate Me" - Jon "Jonny Rod" Ciorciari "Hate Me" - Sean Magaletta (POOIS)
Dukes, who fronted EXODUS for nine years, performed with the band during its July 8, 2017 concert in San Francisco, California. He sang several songs with the group on the second of EXODUS's two-night stint at The Chapel in what marked the band's first headlining Bay Area club shows since late 2013.
Dukes joined EXODUS in January 2005 and appeared on four of the band's studio albums — "Shovel Headed Kill Machine" (2005),"The Atrocity Exhibition... Exhibit A" (2007),"Let There Be Blood" (2008, a re-recording of EXODUS' classic 1985 LP, "Bonded By Blood") and "Exhibit B: The Human Condition" (2010).
EXODUS in June 2014 announced the departure of Dukes and the return of Steve "Zetro" Souza, who previously fronted EXODUS from 1986 to 1993 and from 2002 to 2004.
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