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Exodus Vocalist Rob Dukes Posts End Of Tour Report

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Rob Dukes, the lead vocalist of Bay Area thrash metal legends Exodus, has checked in with an update regarding the band finishing their South American tour with German thrash metal icons Kreator and what Exodus have planned next. The message reads as follows:

"We spent three months with Kreator over the last half year and the last night was an awesome way to end the tour.

"Sao Paulo is amazing, the fans are great, but really, all of South America has been great. Playing to 25,000 in Colombia and being on their national TV broadcast was a nice surprise on this tour.

"We are leaving with a bunch of great memories and a lot of new friends and some of us now-old friends a lot better.

"Kreator are a great band and they are really good people.

"Driving from Guatamala to El Salvador was a crazy endeavor we should not have done, but we did it and saw a lot of crazy shit along the way and had some good laughs.

"Once again I finish a tour and wish it could go on but I do want to go home for a few days and then we head right into the studio and begin recording our next record.

"We have plans to have cameras filming and we will give web reports along the way. I guess since I finished the other DVD, I'm starting a new one.

"So thanks to all the fans in South America for an amazing tour; see you next year!!

"When I get home and decompress for a couple days I will upload some pics from this tour and maybe a short video."

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