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Exodus - Double Live Dynamo DVD (2007)
Thrash/groove metal from USA, music DVD released in 2007. Open your ears, brace yourself and step into a metal time machine. The date is now 1982. Tom Hunting and Kirk Hammet, followed soon after by Gary Holt, form Exodus.
They searched in vain for a frontman to complete their band, until the fateful day Rich Burch introduced them to one Paul Baloff. They became hugely popular amongst the worldwide underground tape trading community. Within a couple of years the metal scene is exploding all over the world but the San Francisco Bay Area in particular, is exploding with a new brand of aggressive metal all it's own.
Unquestionably, it was Exodus's innovating song writing and explosive live shows along with their brutally sick attitudes that spawned the Bay Area thrash scene. Exodus was instrumental in pioneering this style of music and soon became the toast of the Bay Area metal scene, in the process inspiring a host of other groups such as Metallica, Testament, Death Angel and Violence (which Rob Flynn would later leave to form Machine Head). "If it wasn't for Exodus there would be no Machine Head," is how Rob Flynn recently evaluated Exodus's immense impact and influence on his bands current musical direction. Metallica were impressed enough by Exodus to recruit Kirk Hammet as the replacement for Dave Mustaine following his departure from the Metallica ranks in 83'. Gary, Paul and Tom forge on and create a whole new world musically, they go through several other guitar players until they find Rick Hunolt and then they add Rob McKillop. The machine is born and they soon become the holy men of metal. Completed nearly a year before it's eventual April 1985 release, Exodus's debut album, Bonded By Blood (originally titled A Lesson In Violence), was a groundbreaking effort that is still being regarded as one of the greatest and most timeless classics the metal genre has ever produced. They set out on tour with Venom and Slayer and leave a path of sick & disgusting, torture and destructive violence.
Personal and musical differences led to Paul Baloff's dismissal before the release of the bands second album Pleasures of the Flesh. This featured new singer Steve "Zetro" Souza (ex- Legacy front man). Legacy later went on to change their name to Testament.
Exodus went on to obtain greater commercial heights with some of their subsequent records (Pleasures of the Flesh, Fabulous Disaster, Impact is Imminent and Force of Habit) and tours (which included gigs with the likes of Pantera, Anthrax, Motorhead, Suicidal Tendencies, Black Sabbath, Celtic Frost, Megadeth, Metallica and Ice T's Body Count.
After experiencing a host of record company and personal problems that added further pressure on the already fragile relations within the band, Exodus eventually split up in 1992, just a short time following the release of their final studio effort entitled Force of Habit.
In late 1996, nearly 13 years after Bonded by Blood was recorded, vocalist Paul Baloff, Gary Holt, Rick Hunolt, Tom Hunting and new bassist Jack Gibson were reunited. On March 8th 1997 at a sold out performance in their hometown of San Francisco the show was recorded and a "live" album was released entitled Another Lesson in Violence and a full tour of Europe and North America followed. After the tours were completed, the band once again went their own ways. Everyone would have to wait until September 2001 for Exodus to reunite again, they came to the aid of "Testaments" Chuck Billy. The Thrash of the Titans' the show was a benefit that featured Exodus, Legacy, Anthrax, S.O.D. and Death Angel, after the benefit Exodus begins working on new material for another album and are starting to play more shows again, when on February 2, 2002 Paul Baloff suffers a stroke, which ultimately takes his life. The rest of the band feels compelled to soldier on for Paul. Zetro comes back onboard and the band is feeling more powerful and vital than ever as well as retaining that brutally sick attitude that they had since the very beginning. They are in the pre-production stage right now for their new album that will be out late 2002- early 2003.
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2007 Double Live Dynamo DVD
Disc I [Live October 27, 1985 - Dynamo Club, Eindhoven, Holland]
02. Bonded By Blood
03. And Then There Were None
04. Hell's Breath
05. Deliver Us From Evil
07. Pleasures Of The Flesh
08. Lesson In Violence
09. No Love
11. Strike Of The Beast
12. Metal Command
Disc II [Live May 17, 1997 - Dynamo Open Air, Eindhoven, Holland]
01. Bonded By Blood
03. Pleasures Of The Flesh
04. And Then There Were None
06. Deliver Us From Evil
07. No Love
08. Lesson In Violence
09. Strike Of The Beast
With the current resurgence of interest in the thrash metal of days past, enter the DVD "Exodus: Double Live Dynamo". While the title, and font used on the front cover recall Ted Nugent, this is somewhat puzzling because the Motor City Madman is nowhere to be found. The DVD is set up as two concerts: the first in 1985 at the Dynamo club, and the second from 1997 at the Dynamo open air festival, both in Eindhoven, Holland. This is identical in structure to Toxik's DVD "Dynamo open air 1988"
The first concert, the club date, is excellent. While not TOO dissimilar to what, in years past, would have passed as a bootleg, the mid-eighties camcorder footage, rather than decrease enjoyment, adds that dewy layer of nostalgia and charm. The crowd is going crazy (European fans tend to appreciate American metal bands visiting their countries), and the band performs a tight, energetic and highly entertaining set. Also of interest are the performance of two songs not released on any album, "Hell's Breath" and "Deathrow", making, by default, this DVD an essential purchase for completists due to that alone. Add to that some pre-show soundcheck footage and a great time is had by all.
Sadly, the second concert doesn't quite live up to the first. From 1997, a low year for metal generally speaking, I applaud Exodus for soldiering on and keeping the flame alive. But on that big stage there is no immediate connection to the audience like in the club gig. Plus its hard to tell if the fans are truly appreciating them or on an "ironic" level only. Additionally, the sound is a bit weird. We cannot hear Rick Hunolt's guitar at all. We see he is playing but we hear no sound. Maybe the live audience did, but the home audience cannot. Add to that his receding hairline and bad, super-baggy 90's pants, and the fact that he is wearing a big white T-shirt that appears to say "fuck negativity", and a pretty picture is not painted.
While we can hear Gary Holt's guitar loud and clear, unfortunately, the signature Exodus "crunch" is SO low and distorted it just sounds squelchy and burpy and farty and is hard to listen to at times. Plus his short, California-dude hair is more suited to pop-punk than pure Metal. Also, Baloff sprinkling the songs with many "F=bombs" and shouting them at the audience seems like a cynical and dare I say lazy way to get the crowd fired up. This approach is noticeably not taken in the 1985 concert. But I will give them the benefit of the doubt because it is said they had just returned to the stage with this lineup after just practicing with it. And it's not terrible, but in comparison with the previous concert, it's just somewhat sad to see how times have changed.
In conclusion, first concert = awesome. second concert = fans only. While I appreciate that the second concert is present and accounted for on this DVD, and it's perhaps not as bad as I made it sound, I am glad it was included on the DVD rather than not, because the more Exodus, in any form, the better. The total running time on the disc is over three hours, and that is very much appreciated, and I don't wish to sound ungrateful. But the passage of time between the shows and the differences between them are hard not to notice, and it makes for a vivid example of the adage "times change". However, great thrash, and great metal is timeless and I applaud Zaentz for releasing this. The percentage score is based on the total package, i.e. sound quality, menus, the fact that it was released at all, value for money, as well as the concerts themselves. But with the new interest in all things 80's and all things metal, I'm sure we can expect to see more DVD's like this in the future. Besides the fact that my wallet will take a beating, I say go forth and thrash!
Genero: Music Dvd
Tamaño: 5.16 GB