Oh, boy! Here's another 2014 metal album to look forward to. Thrash legends Exodus have just revealed that their 10th studio album, 'Blood In, Blood Out,' will see a Oct. 14 release date.

Along with the title and release date, Exodus have shared the 'Blood In, Blood Out' album art, which details a creepy zombie attack on babies housed in 'Matrix'-like robotic wombs. Guitarist Gary Holt says about the artwork, “The concept came from Par Olofsson -- I fed him the title and he immediately came up with the final concept, and it’s perfect! One of my favorite covers we’ve ever done and it fits the title and theme to a T!”

'Blood In, Blood Out' will be Exodus' first album to include vocalist Steve 'Zetro' Souza since 'Tempo of the Damned' was unleashed in 2004. Exodus parted ways with vocalist Rob Dukes earlier this year.

Additionally, Metallica / ex-Exodus shredder Kirk Hammett reunited with his former band to record a ripping guest solo for the track 'Salt in the Wound.' More details for the album, including its full track listing and pre-order options, will be announced soon.

Exodus are set to finish 2014 with a bloody bang, touring in South America before hitting the U.S. for a string of dates with Slayer and Suicidal Tendencies. Check out the full itinerary here.

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