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Exodus – Bonded By Blood: Everything You Wanted To Know But Were Afraid ​To Ask!

exodus with Paul (original singer) live

The Tale Of Exodus – Bonded By Blood 1984

Bonded by Blood is the debut studio album by the Bay Area thrash metal band Exodus. Although the album was completed in the summer of 1984, it was not released until 1985 due to issues with Exodus and their record label. It is considered one of the most influential thrash metal albums of all time.It is also the only full-length studio album of Exodus to feature Paul Baloff on vocals, though he was also on their 1982 Demo. Baloff was back in Exodus for five years (from 1997 to his death in 2002), and appeared on their 1997 live album Another Lesson in Violence.

In 2008, Exodus re-recorded Bonded by Blood and re-released it as Let There Be Blood, featuring a new line-up of members aside from drummer Tom Hunting and guitarist Gary Holt who played on the original. (Source: WIKIPEDIA)

1. “Bonded by Blood” 
2. “Exodus” 
3. “And Then There Were None” 
4. “A Lesson in Violence” Holt 
5. “Metal Command” 
6. “Piranha”
7. “No Love” Baloff
8. “Deliver Us to Evil” HoltWhitaker
9. “Strike of the Beast” Total length: 40:49
EXODUS BAND LINE-UP IN 1987

Listen To Blonded By Blood Full CD On Youtube

EXODUS WAS VOTED #1 ON METAL BANDS THAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN BIGGER

Bonded By Blood Art and Sleeve

EXODUS BAND LINE-UP IN 1984 WITH ORIGINAL SINGER PAUL

6 thoughts on “Exodus – Bonded By Blood: Everything You Wanted To Know But Were Afraid ​To Ask!

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