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    Gary Holt interview ( No F'n Regrets) YT

    Robb Flynn Interviews Gary Holt


    Yeah yeah Robb.. but it's Gary Fucking Holt interview so there ya go. Starts around min 12.10+/-



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    Exodus has cool riffs but I could never get into them.

    One of Rob Dukes projects
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    Holt is a legend who's played on some of the best thrash albums of all time.

    Oddly though, I really don't give a shit about him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Holt is a legend who's played on some of the best thrash albums of all time.

    Oddly though, I really don't give a shit about him.
    Hit me with some Exodus albums to check out man. All I can remember from them is this silly song

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    Do you like oldschool 80s thrash? They were one of the pioneers of the sound IMO.





    I grew up listening to these albums on my BMX bike with my yellow Sony Sports Walkman. Built many a halfpipe and skinned many a knee to these tunes.

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    I didn't realize how closely they sound to Overkill. Or Overkill to them. I have no idea who came out first but I loved Overkill back in the day.

    Some thrash I used to listen too when I was younger


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    Or you could go "Yeah, yeah, Gary. But it's Rob fucking Flynn!"

    Both of those guys have released albums and songs that fucking rock, but I also really don't care about the stuff either of them have been putting out recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naren View Post
    Or you could go "Yeah, yeah, Gary. But it's Rob fucking Flynn!"

    Both of those guys have released albums and songs that fucking rock, but I also really don't care about the stuff either of them have been putting out recently.
    I prefer Exodus to Machine Head by far. Gary is a walking Riff. I dont hate Robb like most here seem to, but to me Machine Head had two great Albums and then I just cant listen the rest... all that Now its Fast now Its Slow that was so common in mid 90s I find it a total drag.

    Also I still think Bonded by Blood is their best album and a Masterpiece that unfortunately came out much more late that it was supposed to and after Kill em All.

    The interview is very nice actually, Robb got to be a really good host when Gary allowed him to speak ahaha. They talk about all the Exodus history and how the Record label didn't support them to go on tour with Priest in Europe and Pantera took the place. Recording their first with a Fernandes guitar he didn't knew the Kahler system or couldn't make it work for the Dive Bombs

    About Exodus tunes.. well you cant beat Lesson in Violence


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