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Shovel Headed Kill Machine

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Released  October 4, 2005
Artist  Exodus
Producer  Gary Holt
Length  52:53
Release date  4 October 2005
Label  Nuclear Blast
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Recorded  Trident Studio in Pacheco, California
Shovel Headed Kill Machine (2005)  The Atrocity Exhibition... Exhibit A (2007)
Genres  Thrash metal, Groove metal
Similar  Exodus albums, Thrash metal albums

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Shovel Headed Kill Machine is the seventh studio album by the American thrash metal band Exodus, released on October 4, 2005 through Nuclear Blast. This album comes after a huge change in the band's lineup. Therefore, this is the first album to feature new vocalist Rob Dukes, after the departure of Steve "Zetro" Souza during the band's South American tour in support of the band's previous album Tempo of the Damned. It is also the band's first studio album not to feature Rick Hunolt on guitars, with Lee Altus as his replacement, and the only Exodus album to feature Paul Bostaph on drums after Tom Hunting's second departure as a result of the reoccurrence of the illness that prompted him to depart in 1989. Shovel Headed Kill Machine sold over 3,000 copies in its first week of release in the U.S.

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Reception

In a review in Terrorizer, the album was praised as "a tremendous effort in its own right and an air guitarist's wet dream".

Personnel

  • Rob Dukes – vocals
  • Gary Holt – lead and rhythm guitars
  • Lee Altus – lead and rhythm guitars
  • Jack Gibson – bass
  • Paul Bostaph – drums
  • Production

  • Produced by Gary Holt
  • Engineered by Juan Urteaga
  • Recorded at Trident Studio
  • Mixed and Mastered by Andy Sneap at Backstage Studios in Derby, UK
  • Management: Steven Warner
  • A&R: Jaap Wagemaker
  • Songs

    1Raze4:17
    2Deathamphetamine8:31
    3Karma's Messenger4:14

    References

    Shovel Headed Kill Machine Wikipedia


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