Exodus have just unleashed the title track from their upcoming 10th studio album, 'Blood In, Blood Out.' The new song is absolute thrash metal supremacy, both lyrically and as a full work.

If you've been banging your head to 'Salt the Wound,' which features Metallica / founding Exodus guitarist Kirk Hammett, you're almost guaranteed to be impressed by 'Blood In, Blood Out' as well. The track is a no-holds-barred, straight-to-the-point thrash cut, featuring a jaw-dropping vocal performance from Steve 'Zetro' Souza, who reunited with Exodus back in June following the departure of Rob Dukes.

Souza is no doubt excited about Exodus' new material, calling 'Blood In, Blood Out' "the best Exodus record by far." He added, "I’m not saying that ’cause I just rejoined. Honestly, the musicianship of everyone in it, the writing, the lyrics, the lyrical content … everything all the way through. 11 killers, no fillers. I swear to God, and I mean it. I put out another record earlier this year with my other band, Hatriot, and I thought that was the greatest thrash record of the year and I just have to say that that’s probably the second greatest thrash record of the year. ‘Blood In, Blood Out,' by far, is amazing. It’s awesome from top to bottom.”

Listen to the ripping new Exodus track above and be sure to catch the band's 2014 U.S. tour with Slayer and Suicidal Tendencies, which begins on Nov. 11.

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