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FROM THE VAULT – HAPPY METAL BIRTHDAYS – JUNE 23rd

In Today’s From The Vault, we highlight the birthdays of 4 musicians who are celebrating their birthdays tomorrow (June 23): CHUCK BILLY The Testament and Dublin Death Patrol vocalist celebrates his 53rd birthday tomorrow. Chuck, who replaced Steve ‘Zetro’ Souza in Testament in 1986, has been an integral part of what makes them one of the greatest bands to come out of the Bay Area. Chuck, who was

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EXODUS – FABULOUS DISASTER – FROM THE VAULT

In honor of Steve ‘Zetro’ Souza’s return to Exodus, today we take a trip back to 1989 to the third album by San Francisco Bay Area thrash band, Exodus called Fabulous Disaster. The album released by Combat Records features the song Toxic Waltz, which was often seen on MTV’s Headbanger’s Ball, and includes a cover of the War song Low Rider.

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HATRIOT INTERVIEW – KOSTA VARVATAKIS

Last year I conducted an interview with Steve ‘Zetro’ Sousa for From The Vault on his days in Exodus and his new band, Hatriot. Earlier this month, Hatriot’s new album, Heroes of Origin was released and HearEvil had to chance to to interview another member of Hatriot, guitarist Kosta Varvatakis on the new album and what’s next for Hatriot. Check out

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STEVE ‘ZETRO’ SOUZA INTERVIEW

Last week I had the great opportunity to interview Steve ‘Zetro’ Souza who sang with Exodus from 1986–1993 and again from 2002–2004. Steve, while the ultimate professional, was so down to earth and really excited to talk about what was going on with him and especially his new band. Steve has a number of musical projects going on including Dublin

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HATRIOT INTERVIEW – KOSTA VARVATAKIS

Last year I conducted an interview with Steve ‘Zetro’ Sousa for From The Vault on his days in Exodus and his new band, Hatriot. Earlier

STEVE ‘ZETRO’ SOUZA INTERVIEW

Last week I had the great opportunity to interview Steve ‘Zetro’ Souza who sang with Exodus from 1986–1993 and again from 2002–2004. Steve, while the