Exhibit B: The Human Condition

EXODUS

EXODUS - Exhibit B: The Human Condition

Released on: 2010-05-07

*** THE THRASH METAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR! ***

" Exhibit B: The Human Condition". It's really, really sick. It's really different from the last one and it's really different from the two before. But it's 100 percent EXODUS. Out of the last three, this one is faster, but it's also a little more melodic, and it's also a little bit more old school. Some of Rob's vocal patterns are just so old school; it's killer. The production is a little more, let's say, less sterile. Not less sterile, but less digital perfection, more organic. It's really, really lively. There is by far more melody on it as well. Thematically, it's a little different. The last one centered a lot on religion and this one is, as the title says, about the human condition; cruelty, ignorance, and inhumanity and brutality. Just the things that man has shown to be so adept at doing." GARY HOLT, Exodus

" Our goal in EXODUS is just basically to defy time, to defy age, to have every album just get more furious and more angry and more intense. A lot of people will ask me things like, 'EXODUS is achieving a lot of popularity again, do you think it's due to thrash metal coming back?`and I say, 'No. I think thrash metal's coming back because of EXODUS.'" The goal now, he says, is to remain "the most dangerous animal in the jungle." GARY HOLT, Exodus

Commented Gary Holt on the new cover artwork:

"We wanted to portray the violence of man at its finest, so we started with our own version of the Leonardo da Vinci sketch [of Vitruvian Man], but done the 'EXODUS' way! I was pointed in the direction of Colin Larks of Rainsong Design for the cover and he killed it! To me, the artwork represents man and his affinity for bloodshed, ignorance, and all-around ability to be led like sheep to the slaughter. The image fits the songs on this record perfectly. The whole layout is going to be as sick as the record itself!"

Exhibit B: The Human Condition was recorded in Northern California with producer Andy Sneap (Testament, Megadeth, Arch Enemy, Kreator).

Track list Total runtime
1 - The Ballad Of Leonard And Charles 7:14
2 - Beyond The Pale 7:40
3 - Hammer And Life 3:31
4 - Class Dismissed (A Hate Primer) 7:14
5 - Downfall 6:21
6 - March Of The Sycophants 6:45
7 - Nanking 7:22
8 - Burn, Hollywood, Burn 4:05
9 - Democide 6:36
10 - The Sun Is My Destroyer 9:32
11 - A Perpetual State Of Indifference 2:24
12 - Good Riddance 5:33