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It was only a mere six months ago when I last saw Exodus on stage, opening for Suicidal Tendencies and Slayer. The latter can easily outshine an array of legendary bands, but not the thrash titans known as Exodus. They never cease to amaze me with their tight, unexpected sets. And they're baaaack. But this time, it's at a relatively new venue, alongside heavy metal hitters Testament and up-and-comers Shattered Sun. Prepare for The Dark Roots of Thrash II Tour, tonight at Livewire.
Both headliners Testament and Exodus are offering up special treats for the fans, young and old. Testament will perform an epic set that digs deep into the early discography that launched their almost 30-year career; they will offer up a full-album performance of their 1987 classic, The Legacy, and 1988's The New Order, in addition to bits from 1989's Practice What You Preach. It also marks the live re-introduction of Testament bassist Steve DiGiorgio -- and you just gotta love seeing guitarist Alex Skolnick live, no matter what he's doing.