The iconic thrash metal band Exodus has released a collection of album covers over the years, each one featuring unique and edgy artwork that is instantly recognizable to fans. From the bold and controversial to the gritty and raw, every cover represents the raw intensity of the music within.
Exodus European Headlining Tour 2016 Poster
The 2016 European Headlining Tour poster is a prime example of Exodus’ fearless and confrontational style. The striking image features a black-and-white photo of two hooded and masked figures holding weapons with the band’s name in bold red letters. The poster perfectly captures the band’s rebellious spirit and sets the mood for a night of intense metal.
Exodus Album Artwork
The artwork for Exodus’ eponymous 2014 album is a simple but powerful expression of the band’s message. The image features a skull with the Latin phrase “vox populi, vox Dei” – meaning “the voice of the people is the voice of God” – emblazoned across the forehead. This politically charged image reflects Exodus’ strong social and political commentary throughout their music.
Love and ‘Exodus’
The cover of the Harvard Crimson’s Arts section featuring Exodus’ debut album ‘Bonded by Blood’ is a testament to the band’s immense popularity and influence in the metal scene. The image features a drawing of a naked woman holding a bloody sword with the album title in bold white letters above. This provocative and shocking image stands as a statement for the band’s no-holds-barred approach to music and their desire to push boundaries.