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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 18, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nuclear Blast Americ
  • ASIN: B0035KGDSU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,837 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Ballad of Leonard and Charles
2. Beyond the Pale
3. Hammer and Life
4. Class Dismissed (A Hate Primer)
5. Downfall
6. March of the Sycophants
7. Nanking
8. Burn, Hollywood, Burn
9. Democide
10. The Sun is My Destroyer
11. A Perpetual State of Indifference
12. Good Riddance

Editorial Reviews

2010 release from the band that spawned the Bay Area Thrash scene in the early '80s, Exodus are one of the longest-running and most influential American Metal bands of all time. Surviving decampment, death, untimely disaster, dejection, and drug abuse, Exodus have become an anomaly in the metal world. The past few years have been a steady climb for the band, and tours with Megadeth, Testament, Arch Enemy, Hatebreed, and Kreator have proven to the newer thrashers that there's nothing dated about their approach. Exhibit B is a more than worthy successor to The Atrocity Exhibition, and will blow minds and redefine thrash for fans old and new!

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Bridges between guitar solos and rhythm are great.
Botwood
Exodus are definitely one of the longest-running and most influential American Thrash Metal bands of all time.
Jeremy Brackeen
I really enjoy long metal songs if they are fun to listen to.
K. Craig

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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Michael on May 18, 2010
Format: Audio CD
After tours with Kreator, Arch Enemy, Testament, and Megadeth among others, a re-recording of Bonded By Blood, and the release of their live cd/dvd back in January, Exodus have finally returned with Exhibit B: The Human Condition, the continuation of The Atrocity Exhibition. The long wait was certainly worth it as the band has proven once again that they can deliver. Where Exhibit A was dark and thrashy, and even had more groove elements, Exhibit B is even darker and more epic with more longer tracks averaging around 7 minutes (the longest track is 9 minutes and 32 seconds), and even fewer moments to catch your breath. Thrash metal and Exodus fans take notice: Exodus is back.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bumpy on May 27, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I saw Exodus open for Testament and Megadeth in March, and that was my first time seeing Exodus live. I have always wanted to see them live before then, and I was glad I saw them on that tour. That is when I, as well as other Exodus fans, heard some songs off Exhibit B, and I knew then I was going to get that cd. I love the cover art to this one, I want to get the cover art as a tattoo somewhere.
I like all the songs on this album equally, but if I had to choose the top three songs that stick out the most to me would have to be:
March of The Sycophants
Hammer And Life
A Perpetual State Of Indifference
Like I said before, I like all the songs equally, but those three songs I like the most.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Best on May 22, 2010
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Fresh modern thrash, with all the energy of original Exodus recordings from the mid 80s. Stands well along side new Slayer, Kreator, Megadeth, Warbringer, and others. Highly recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 22, 2010
Format: Audio CD
As good a lineup as Exodus has ever had. Another brilliant slab of Thrash Metal. If you can't appreciate the mix of sheer brutality and great song writing, you don't know Metal very well. Exodus has proven once again that they are well within their prime. For those who say it sounds the same, get out of the past and realize that great Thrash is alive and well!!! Raise your glasses high to Exodus and to many more awesome albums to come!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Craig on June 23, 2010
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First off The Atrocity Exhibition: Exhibit A is one of my favorite cds in the past several years. This made the expectations for the follow up extraordinarily high. The first listen I was a little disappointed. However there was enough to keep me coming back and now I find that I listen to this cd often. The long songs are back. I really enjoy long metal songs if they are fun to listen to. Exodus has not had a problem with writing good music. The past four albums have been amazingly strong. This one is no exception. Good quality thrash which occassionaly veers into death metal (The Sun is my destroyer). I would recommend this if you enjoyed thier last couple albums which have more anger than the earlier releases that were more fun loving.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By HazMatte on May 18, 2010
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Exhibit B is a tumultuous answer to Exhibit A and a churning river of barbwire. Sneap delivers a slightly different sounding beast in regards to production, but this is razor sharp and brutal with incising melody. Gary Holt is playing like a man possessed and the ferocious rhythm guitar dominates the mix. I hate to make a comparison since his blistering tone and style are all his own, but I hear the best of both Mark Morton and Jeff Waters in his playing. Hunting is no Paul Bostaph, but he's no slacker and it's cool that he has returned. Rob Dukes is melding better with the songwriting instead of superimposing...check out Democide for a sense of this, and he sounds like a beast on The Sun is My Destroyer. I haven't had a chance to read the lyrics since I dl'd the MP3 album from Amazon, but the songwriting is your standard thrash fare.

This album is solid from beginning to end. Exodus continues building on their sound while standing in metal's peripheral vision as the most underrated band out of the Bay area.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DJ75 on May 20, 2010
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Another great release from a legendary band. Not quite as old school as some, but very much in the realm of thrash metal and heavy as hell. Killer tracks include 'The Ballad of Leonard and Charles', 'Hammer and Life', 'Class Dismissed (A Hate Primer)', 'March of the Sycophants' and 'The Sun Is My Destroyer'.

Thrash is alive and well in 2010, 'Exhibit B: The Human Condition' is an instant classic along side the likes of Heathen's 'The Evolution of Chaos' and Overkill's 'Ironbound'.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeremy Brackeen on April 4, 2013
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Exodus are definitely one of the longest-running and most influential American Thrash Metal bands of all time. There's no question that these Bay Area veterans have been thrashing hard and proud for 30 years plus, and never letting up nor slowing down one bit. The band's 2010 release "Exhibit B: The Human Condition" which picks right up where 2007's "The Atrocity Exhibition: Exhibit A" left off is another brilliant slab of pure dark, angry, savage, ripping thrash metal that combines sheer brutality, amazing musicianship, and great songwriting that any die hard thrash fan will truly appreciate. This album is even more darker and more epic with more longer songs that average around 6 and 7 minutes (the longest song "The Sun is My Destroyer" clocks in at 9 minutes and 32 seconds long), and featuring a variety of dark lyrical themes and content centering around serial killers ("The Ballad of Leonard and Charles"), school shootings ("Class Dismissed ( A Hate Primer)"), the Rape of Nanking in 1937 ("Nanking"), religion ("March of the Sycophants"), and society, politics, and government leaders ("Downfall"). All the songs are based on guitarist Gary Holt's view of what humans are like and the sick creatures that they are. These songs really open up your mind and make you think about how brutal of creatures that humans are and really can be. The overall production on this album thanks to Andy Sneap is just downright razor sharp and heavy throughout. Vocalist Rob Dukes is at his absolute best here on this album, as he dominates throughout with rabidly angry, raw, hot tempered, and commanding screams and yells that will just grab the listener right by the throat and tear it in half.Read more ›
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