Best Exodus Albums

American Thrash Metal band Exodus are one of the Innovators of Thrash Metal genre along with the four thrash kings Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax.
Here is a list to vote for best Exodus albums till date!
The Top Ten
1 Bonded by Blood

There are no words to describe the greatness of this album. It's the best Exodus album by far! Piranha, Deliver Us to Evil, And Then There Were None, Metal Command... I mean, come on, it's a thrash masterpiece.

Piranha kill in a pack, you'll run
Piranha start to attack, you're done
If you think you can beat, deadly school
If you think you can live, you're a fool

Some of the best thrash riffs ever written are in this album. Huge respect.

This is one of the best thrash metal albums ever. Given all that, why is this not 50 points ahead, I ask.

2 Fabulous Disaster

"The Last Act of Defiance" is one of the most fist-pumping intro songs to an album ever, and the rest of the album doesn't disappoint with killer tracks like the title one, "The Toxic Waltz", "Cajun Hell", "Verbal Razors", and "Open Season." Even the AC/DC and War covers are outstanding.

Bonded by Blood is the most significant Exodus record. Fabulous Disaster is the best Exodus record. Everything is perfect.

Probably one of the best thrash metal albums ever, from the opening track The Last Act of Defiance to the finishing track (a godlike version of AC/DC's Overdose), the magic voice of Zetro, and the killing riffs from Fabulous Disaster are an alibi to head bang all day long.

3 Tempo of the Damned

Great riffs, still love the debut but found it kind of overrated compared to other albums. Don't get me wrong. It's still one of my favorite thrash albums of all time, but Tempo of the Damned's riffs and Souza's voice have so much emotion and it's so addictive, in my opinion.

Pure thrash, Exodus at its best. No doubt it's better than Bonded by Blood, which is the second greatest Exodus album. But I have listened to both albums more than 15 times, and Tempo of the Damned is a bit better.

I wouldn't say this is better than the debut, but it sure is dangerously close to perfection.

4 Pleasures of the Flesh

The first songs I ever heard by Exodus were Brain Dead and Seeds of Hate. Seeds of Hate is my favorite Exodus song to this day. I love this album. Fabulous Disaster would be next. Last Act of Defiance and Toxic Waltz are awesome. This is the one. First with Souza also. He always kills it!

Far superior to their first album. Some of the later records are also up to par with this one, but it is a masterpiece of riffs and solos.

5 The Atrocity Exhibition: Exhibit A

The title track is like the Pink Floyd of thrash metal!

6 Blood In Blood Out

This album kicks ass and it's a huge success, with a good guitar solo by Kirk Hammett.

7 Exhibit B: The Human Condition

Second best album by Exodus and one of the best thrash albums of all time, and one of the most underrated, sadly.

Heavy as hell but still fast-paced! Dukes as vocalist totally kills it! Best track: "Beyond the Pale."

8 Let There Be Blood
9 Impact is Imminent

This album deserves a higher count. The best thrash riffs are on this album.

This is the best album of Exodus. Further comment superfluous.

10 Shovel Headed Kill Machine
The Contenders
11 Force of Habit

Exodus's most experimental album to date (arguably). I think this one is their best because it retains the core of their signature style while adding new elements, such as a slower tempo and a groove aspect. Not to mention, with songs like "Thorn in My Side", "Me, Myself, and I", and "Force of Habit", what's not to love about it?

12 Persona Non Grata
BAdd New Item