EXODUS Frontman STEVE "ZETRO" SOUZA - "My Son Will Be Taking Over As The Vocalist For HATRIOT"
July 19, 2015, 4 years ago
William Richards spoke with Exodus frontman Steve "Zetro" Souza for Metal Wani. He discusses the band's recent European Tour, the atmosphere within the band since his arrival, why he stepped down as Hatriot's vocalist (his son is the vocalist now), his opinion on Spotify, his takes on metal vocalists, over-categorization in metal, his opinion on Ghost and their music, his ultimate thrash supergroup idea, their upcoming tour plans and much more.
Exodus are featured on the latest episode of premier music streaming service Spotify’s Metal Talks series, and fans can head to the show’s landing page here to listen.
Metal Talks is a podcast-style show showcasing metal/heavy/hard rock’s most important artists. Each episode features intimate and in-depth conversations with an artist, interspersed with their own music and favourites from other artists. It’s a rare opportunity to get into the heads of the folks producing some of the most vital and tribal music out there.
As of very recently, fans can hear the first three classic Exodus records on Spotify – Bonded By Blood, Pleasures Of The Flesh, and Fabulous Disaster.
Exodus just wrapped up a successful European tour that comprised of several one-off dates and festivals, including Sweden Rock Festival, Forta Rock Festival, Copenhell Festival, Metal Frenzy Festival, Graspop Metal Meeting, Hellfest Festival, and Tuska Open Air.
Later this year, Exodus will take part in the Motörhead's Motörboat Cruise, departing from Miami, FL on September 28th. Motörhead's Motörboat offers guests a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to share an experience with their favorite bands and to see unforgettable performances on various stages throughout the ship and on the island of Great Stirrup Cay.
The full lineup for Motörhead's Motörboat is as follows: Slayer, Motörhead, Anthrax, Suicidal Tendencies, Hatebreed, Exodus, Corrosion of Conformity, Phil Campbell’s All Starr Band, Crobot, Motor Sister, KYNG, Brian Posehn, Fireball Ministry, Huntress, Big Jay Oakerson, The Shrine, Others, No Words, Budderside, Sonia Harley, and The Dead Deads.