The split between Exodus and former vocalist Rob Dukes hasn't been the most amicable parting. Dukes has been very vocal about his displeasure towards his former bandmates, and on a recent edition of the Opie and Jim Norton Show, Dukes called Exodus' new material "regurgitated s--t" with "no passion in it."

Back in October, Dukes said, "F–k those douchebags," during an interview. "I never have to talk to them again…or their managers, and that’s such a good thing. It’s like I cut a cancer out of my life.”

When asked about his Exodus stint by Opie and Jim Norton, Dukes responded, "It ran its course. And then… You know, they ended it really s--tty. I'd been touring with them for almost 10 years. And they got new management, and I could slowly feel the edge slipping away … You know how you always look back at s--t and you [go], 'Ahh… I should have just quit.' I was unhappy. I didn't like the new music they were writing. I thought it was s--t. And I voiced my opinion. It turned everyone against me, and that was it."

Dukes continued, "There was just no passion in it. It was just regurgitated s--t that we had just done and done over and over again. There was no life to it, so I just kind of started to separate myself. And then… I was under a lot of [pressure]. I was getting married, I was moving, I had a ton of s--t going on. And they had fired me on my honeymoon — like, three days after my wedding, which really just sucked balls. And honestly, I've never heard from any of them. And it just kind of left me a little angry. But I'm over it now. I'm f---ing doing way better than I ever have before."

Rob Dukes' current band Generation Kill is working on a collaboration with legendary rapper DMC. The two connected and started to work on a new record after DMC heard Generation Kill's We're All Gonna Die album. "We have eight songs done, three more to go, and then we're gonna do some hidden-track s--t," said Dukes. "It's really cool, 'cause it's different than anything I've ever done before. It's challenging as f--- to not be a s--t rap/metal band, to kind of bring those two together. 'Cause I'm not really a metalhead; I'm more like a rock and roll kind of [guy]."

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