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Jenny Cadaver | Gotham City Sewers, 3rd Fortress of Evil on the le | 07/22/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Well, you can't expect recent Samael to sound just like their old black-metal days... it appears they have evolved so far that you can't even compare their old stuff to this new stuff. I wouldn't even try to force it into the "metal" pigeonhole anymore; it's not quite darkwave or dance yet, either, but some incredibly nifty hybrid. The techno beats were odd and hard to get used to, but they're not used exclusively. "Exodus" still has the patented Samael stomp that we've all come to expect, along with the same digitized vocal roars. It's the logical outgrowth of the Passage album... If you liked "Passage", chances are you're already into wonderful melodic bombast, and will love this EP. (Admittedly, I don't know quite what to make of the hidden instrumental track, which sounds like it should've been used as a soundtrack to a Miami Vice episode, although it is quite pleasant on headphones.)Picks: "Winter Solstice" and "Tribes of Cain"."
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Pablosa | Buenos Aires, Capital Federal Argentina | 04/02/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This "Exodus" continues with "Passage" majesty. It can be taken as an EP; it has only 7 songs and the same format as "Rebellion"(also an EP):New songs(in Exodus 2),a cover, new versions, and an instrumental(the hidden track is the same in both).Basically the songs are Passage-like and has the same ingredients as usual. The songs show no surprises. New versions of "Son of Earth" and "Ceremony of Opposites"(Vorph is more gutural; this version is maybe Samael's best song ever). From "Malkuth to Kether" is a cool-fast-energetic-heavy-techno instrumental(hey,how many adjectives?). Anyway, for old(?) and new fans, this "Exodus" continues what was started in "Passage", showing their greatness in their musical evolution."