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Rated 5 out of 5 by Davesb71 from This took me back to the 80's Wow! Thrash metal is still alive. What a great gig. A mixture of old and new, this band continue to deliver great music. An absence of Gary Holt however the vibe from Exodus remains the same 10/10 highly recommended
Date published: 2016-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by robhowcroft from Holy Christ!!! I almost saw Exodus in 1985 supporting Venom in Nottingham... the gig was sadly cancelled. I can't remember Exodus playing the UK again during what was arguably their late 80's peak... thus it's taken me an amazing 31 years to finally witness them. And holy Christ, what a gig in Brighton. Tiny venue packed to the rafters with real metal fans - both young and old (like me!) - so a very close and intimate gig. Metallica would never have done this once they found their fame and fortune but somehow forgetting their fans. Exodus are brutal, full stop. Probably the most thrash metal gig I've ever seen... and I saw most of the genre bands from the 80's in their heydays. Excellent work guys and what a night... my ears were ringing for hours afterwards!
Date published: 2016-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Iggy from Eastham Wirral from Fabulous, amazing,fantastic, say no more. Been looking forward to this concert for a long while from one of the masters of thrash metal at the o2 in Liverpool. Exodus did not disappoint. Special mention also to the two support acts, Deified and Lost Society who got the crowd warmed up with some great music. Exodus played many of their classic songs from A Lesson in violence to Toxic waltz, plus a few tracks from their latest offering, Blood in, Blood out. A fantastic night was enjoyed by all. Can't wait for Exodus to tour again. 10 out of 10
Date published: 2016-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dangermouse1304 from Thrash Heaven Local band Arcite gave an assured start to the night. Starting 5 minutes after the doors opened only a handful got to hear their performance but their new breed of metal was the perfect way to start a Friday night of Thrash. Next up, Lost Society were more honed with a bigger sound. They kept the tempo high and the crowd toasty. I'm sure they will be around for a long time. They crowd were definitely ready for the main event, Exodus. Veterans of the early days of thrash metal, they have lost none of their enthusiasm. Singing old n new songs, the crowd lapped it all up. The mosh pits were continuous throughout their set. Teenagers and old rockers (me) mixed it up in the friendliest violence possible, egged on by the band themselves. Exhausted, ears ringing and dripping with sweat, the night was a thrash metal success.
Date published: 2016-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stef from exodusexodusexodus great to see such a legendary band perform in an intimate venue. fantastic set with much of early work included. I particularly loved the way that the band paid full attention to a girl in wheelchair at side of stage throughout the set - really good to see this. Great banter inbetween songs too - particularly with regard to certain deserters who went on to join S++++++
Date published: 2016-03-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by Heavy Metal Heather from Lost Society triumphed Exodus played a great set but for me the swearing and encouragement of violence in the mosh pit violence seemed dated. That aside, Exodus did what the fans like best - knocking out a monster mix of thrash anthems. Lost Society played an outstanding set, mixing huge energy with great melodies and awesome guitar riffs. Band of the night and a definite must see again!
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Julesboy from Thrash Legends Return Who was ever going to miss the return of Zetro to Exodus? Not me that is for sure. OK Gary Holt was off doing his Slayer thing but still this is Exodus after all and with classics like Piranha and Strike of the Beast intermingled with Blood in blood out and Black 13, the set list was awash with total brutal thrash.
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mer from They put on a brilliant gig So much better in smaller, personal venues! Had a blast and were much closer to the band than i'd hoped. They put on an awesome show and the support band were brilliant! well chosen to go with the headlining act.
Date published: 2016-03-08