A 17 track double CD package from US groove thrashers Exhorder featuring their first two classic full-length albums
CD 1 features the cult classic debut full length ‘Slaughter In The Vatican’ originally released in 1990, CD 2 features the follow up ‘The Law’ originally released in 1992
Exhorder was founded in 1985 in New Orleans, and were initially regarded as part of the Thrash Metal boom before adopting a more groove-led approach that was a noted influence on Pantera, whose singer Phil Anselmo was briefly a member of the band.
This 2CD set features liner notes from the late, great, rock journalist Malcolm Dome, who conducted exclusive new interviews with singer Kyle Thomas especially for the release.
Housed in a deluxe digi-pack featuring two discs, this is a comprehensive document of one of ‘90s metal’s most influential and admired cult bands.
Metal Hammer recently hailed Exhorder as “The greatest Thrash band you’ve never heard of’ while Decibel Magazine’s ‘Slaughter In The Vatican’ Hall Of Fame feature declared the band a ‘definite influence on the likes of Pantera, Sepultura, Machine Head and Lamb of God.”
CD 1 – Slaughter In The Vatican
1 Death In Vain
5 The Tragic Period
6 Legions Of Death
7 Anal Lust
8 Slaughter in The Vatican
CD 2 – The Law
1 Soul Search Me
3 I Am The Cross
4 Un-Born Again
5 Into The Void
6 The Truth
7 The Law
9 (Cadence Of) The Dirge