Exodus Frontman Talks New Album Plans


(TeamRock Radio) Exodus frontman Steve 'Zetro' Souza says the next Exodus album could arrive next year. The vocalist says they'd need to work around their guitarist and "main songwriter" Gary Holt's schedule with his other band, Slayer - but he says three years would be enough time to put out the follow-up to 2014's Blood In Blood Out.

Souza tells The Age Of Metal: "We'll have to look at his schedule - but just having conversations with him since we've been home, and conversations with our drummer Tom Hunting, we know we need to keep new music going.

"Say it was towards the end of 2017 - that would be three years since my return to the band and three years since Blood In, Blood Out came out. So I think that's fair to say you should be able to put a record out in that amount of time." Read more here.

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