New Exodus Album Has More Punk Rock Feel Than Past Efforts

(Classic Rock) Epic metal will give way to punk rock on the upcoming Exodus album, says singer Rob Dukes. The band are working on their 10th studio album - their fourth with Dukes on vocal duty - and according to the man behind the mic, things will take a turn for the more upbeat.

In an interview with Patch, Dukes says: "This album is very fast and has more of a punk rock feel to it, whereas I think the last few Exodus albums were metal epics, with longer songs. These songs are shorter and a little faster. It has a really different feel to it. It sounds great."

Dukes joined the band in 2005, 25 years after they formed in San Francisco. Exodus went on to be considered one of the early leading lights of the thrash metal movement with Metallica and Megadeth. Metallica's Kirk Hammett was an original member of Exodus. more on this story

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