Having returned to the Exodus fold for 2014’s stunning ‘Blood In, Blood Out‘ album, Steve ‘Zetro’ Souza also made a long overdue return to Belfast when the supporting tour – the band’s most extensive run of dates in the UK and Ireland for many years – rolled into the Northern Ireland capital and proceeded to level the city’s iconic Limelight venue.
PlanetMosh didn’t need any excuse to climb aboard the Exodus tour bus before the gig, to interrupt the affable singer’s pre-gig viewing to shoot the breeze about keeping up with young pretenders, the importance of remembering their own roots – and, the subject of the DVD he had to pause to embark on our chat, the late great Ian ‘Lemmy’ Kilmister.
Exodus’ tour continues in Dublin tonight (Tuesday), and then as follows:
Wednesday 2 March – Liverpool, O2 Academy
Thursday 3 March – York, Fibbers
Friday 4 March – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
Saturday 5 March – London, Underworld
Sunday 6 March – Brighton, The Haunt
Tuesday 8 March – Southampton – Talking Heads
Wednesday 9 March – Bristol, The Fleece
Thursday 10 March – Plymouth, The Hub
Friday 11 March – Cardiff, The Globe
Saturday 12 March – Hammerfest VIII
Sunday 13 March – Southend On Sea, Chinnerys