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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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listened to it a bunch when it first came out :mrgreen: but then I took a break from it for a couple of weeks. Just listened again today and think it's a killer album. Love the guitar tone, it's what I'm trying to get myself


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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listened to it a bunch when it first came out :mrgreen: but then I took a break from it for a couple of weeks. Just listened again today and think it's a killer album. Love the guitar tone, it's what I'm trying to get myself


The mix is a little weird and I do hear some recycled riffs but overall a great CD. I think Exhibit B sounded a little more original. I sure would like to hear the version with Rob singing.


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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SHKM wrote:
ColtIce wrote:
listened to it a bunch when it first came out :mrgreen: but then I took a break from it for a couple of weeks. Just listened again today and think it's a killer album. Love the guitar tone, it's what I'm trying to get myself


The mix is a little weird and I do hear some recycled riffs but overall a great CD. I think Exhibit B sounded a little more original. I sure would like to hear the version with Rob singing.

I like both but I would give Exhibit B a slight edge only because Funeral Hymn is one of my favorite Exo-tunes. I agree it would be very interesting to hear the Rob version. LMAO you just made me throw Exhibit B on for a listen.


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Love this album. 8) I can relate to My Last Nerve to a T. And I am wrapped up in the arms of rage and fuckin love it. Even Black 13 is a brilliant song. Zetro's vocals were perfect. Makes me proud and smile and wanna rage when I listen to it.

EXODUS RULES!!! 8) 8) 8)


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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ColtIce wrote:
SHKM wrote:
ColtIce wrote:
listened to it a bunch when it first came out :mrgreen: but then I took a break from it for a couple of weeks. Just listened again today and think it's a killer album. Love the guitar tone, it's what I'm trying to get myself


The mix is a little weird and I do hear some recycled riffs but overall a great CD. I think Exhibit B sounded a little more original. I sure would like to hear the version with Rob singing.

I like both but I would give Exhibit B a slight edge only because Funeral Hymn is one of my favorite Exo-tunes. I agree it would be very interesting to hear the Rob version. LMAO you just made me throw Exhibit B on for a listen.


Funeral Hymn is on Exhibit A, not Exhibit B. But Funeral Hymn is a favorite of mine also.


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Your right :oops: feel like a burn out now *lol* I guess I like A and B just slightly better. But that's like me saying I like my Wife slightly better on Mondays compared to Fridays.


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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I still like the intro.

It reminds me either of the South Park episode where the Lesbos fight with the Persians for control of the Niteclub, or a Gypsy murder mystery!


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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I m still listening the last 5 songs of the album almost every day :D


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Food for the worms is the shit! The riffs are just crushing! :evil:


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Revisiting this album since it's release, I'm enjoying it yet again. What a great metal record!


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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metalsucks just posted this...everyone must check it out!

http://www.metalsucks.net/2015/04/06/ex ... alt-wound/

Dukes did a fine job, but no one (IMO) can beat Zetro...ever!!

EDIT: Just found this on YouTube...you might want to check it out as well

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RiHmUeeA9GA


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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metal-lord wrote:
metalsucks just posted this...everyone must check it out!

http://www.metalsucks.net/2015/04/06/ex ... alt-wound/

Dukes did a fine job, but no one (IMO) can beat Zetro...ever!!

EDIT: Just found this on YouTube...you might want to check it out as well

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RiHmUeeA9GA



Thanks for sharing!!! I've been waiting for this, but never thought that it'd happen! Skål!


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Dukes version sounds pretty good.
Chuck Billy ...


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Thanks for sharing!!! I've been waiting for this, but never thought that it'd happen! Skål!


Ditto! Just listened to both now and it's interesting to hear the contrasts.

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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Hearing what Rob did on the two tracks, I'd like to think that Rob sounds like a monster on those tracks.

Makes me miss him all the more. Dukes forever!


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Body Harvest and Black 13 are also floating out there. It's interesting to hear being a Dukes fan myself. It's a nice supplement to the album and I'd be interested in hearing more. I'm more than happy with the finished product with Steve though.


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Lethal American Hate wrote:
Body Harvest and Black 13 are also floating out there. It's interesting to hear being a Dukes fan myself. It's a nice supplement to the album and I'd be interested in hearing more. I'm more than happy with the finished product with Steve though.


I'm also very interested in hearing his vocal take on Numb and Last Nerve, if he's done them before he was fired from the band.


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Lethal American Hate wrote:
Body Harvest and Black 13 are also floating out there. It's interesting to hear being a Dukes fan myself. It's a nice supplement to the album and I'd be interested in hearing more. I'm more than happy with the finished product with Steve though.


I thought that Body Harvest was the last track completed for the album and the one track that Dukes had not done the vocals for?

Same as you, I'm a Dukes fan and I like both versions, happy to hear more of these.


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Don't post any more links to the songs. They're not authorized.


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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ImpalerKev wrote:
Lethal American Hate wrote:
Body Harvest and Black 13 are also floating out there. It's interesting to hear being a Dukes fan myself. It's a nice supplement to the album and I'd be interested in hearing more. I'm more than happy with the finished product with Steve though.


I thought that Body Harvest was the last track completed for the album and the one track that Dukes had not done the vocals for?

Same as you, I'm a Dukes fan and I like both versions, happy to hear more of these.



I think these are just demos. and I'm not positive which song was the one that wasn't finished with dukes but they threw out his lyrics completely and rewrote them


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Lethal American Hate wrote:
ImpalerKev wrote:
Lethal American Hate wrote:
Body Harvest and Black 13 are also floating out there. It's interesting to hear being a Dukes fan myself. It's a nice supplement to the album and I'd be interested in hearing more. I'm more than happy with the finished product with Steve though.


I thought that Body Harvest was the last track completed for the album and the one track that Dukes had not done the vocals for?

Same as you, I'm a Dukes fan and I like both versions, happy to hear more of these.



I think these are just demos. and I'm not positive which song was the one that wasn't finished with dukes but they threw out his lyrics completely and rewrote them


I haven't seen the behind-the-scenes DVD, but is that DVD where they confirm that?


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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I won't post the links, but I have heard Rob's take on Black 13. He fucking killed it.


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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I just listened to Rob Dukes' takes of Body Harvest and Black 13. Monstrous they are and even more formidable with such epic-quality music on offer.

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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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I think these are just demos. and I'm not positive which song was the one that wasn't finished with dukes but they threw out his lyrics completely and rewrote them


I haven't seen the behind-the-scenes DVD, but is that DVD where they confirm that?


I have the DVD and have been watching it regularly lately but at 2 hrs and almost 15 mins in length I have yet to watch it all. It contains a multitude of work in progress takes, rehearsals, etc. but I'm not sure if it's confirmed re. Dukes' lyrics not being used. I'll try to find out.

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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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^^^^^^^^Let me know!


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Blood In, Blood Out has been out a whole year now ! Still a kickass record, what do you other guys Think? :)


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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It kicks ass, their best record since Tempo...but I still can't get into Body Harvest - that chorus chanting makes me cringe, they could have left that one off imo.


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Mr.Miyagi wrote:
It kicks ass, their best record since Tempo...but I still can't get into Body Harvest - that chorus chanting makes me cringe, they could have left that one off imo.


Solid album, but I like Exhibit B just a tad more.


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 Post subject: Re: New CD - Blood In, Blood Out
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Loved Blood In, Blood Out. Found it to be even more consistent than TOTD (maybe because of the groovy Wardance stuff and rapping Tempo has).
Their outright best since Impact, IMO.

But for the life of me I can't get into Exhibit B. Dig Shovel and Exhibit A, but just can't seem to wrap my head around all the hate for A and praise for B.


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