From what Zetro told Chile’s Radio Futuro yesterday, he is obviously very excited to be back in Exodus, and I know a lot of the fans are too. An excerpt from the interview can be read below:
"I'm very excited to be back. I'm really looking forward to this next adventure with my brothers in metal — these guys I spent 30 years with, on and off. So it's very exciting."
He also spoke about the difference of being in Exodus today compared to when he first joined the band in 1986:
Blog Author: Alex Stojanovic
After waiting for what seemed like an eternity, Exodus have announced that the title of their much anticipated new album will be Blood In, Blood Out, and will be released in October through Nuclear Blast Records. This is also the first album to feature Steve “Zetro” Souza since 2004’s Tempo Of The Damned.
My feeling is that the title may be representing the situation of the band parting ways with Rob Dukes and welcoming back Souza, so I think it’s just a perfect title.
Look for Exodus to hit the road hard in support of Blood In, Blood Out, with the first tour dates for the cycle being in the U.S this fall supporting Slayer and Suicidal Tendencies. This will also be the band’s first major tour with Souza after playing a few select festivals in Europe and the Heavy Montreal festival in August. Stay tuned for more details on Blood In, Blood Out including album artwork, track listing, first single and a specific release date within the coming weeks.