The Atrocity Exhibition...Exhibit A is the eighth studio album by thrash metal band Exodus, released on October 23, 2007. This is the second album featuring Rob Dukes on vocals, but it also marks the second comeback of longtime original Exodus drummer Tom Hunting. Hunting's last appearance was on Exodus's 2004 album Tempo of the Damned. This also is the second Exodus album to feature Lee Altus on guitars.
On October 17 the entire album was uploaded on the band's Myspace page, however, and many of the people that pre-ordered the album from CM Distro received it on October 19.
The first, and so far only, single to be released from the album is Funeral Hymn. There was also a music video released for "Riot Act".
The song Bedlam 1-2-3 fades slowly and ends at 7:57 followed by 10 mins. 10 secs. of total silence. At 18:08 (with 1:43 left to go) a very country sounding song fades in. It is a country version of Exodus's very first song, "Bonded By Blood," from their 1985 debut album "Bonded By Blood." For the extremely country sound of the song it was nicknamed "Bonded By Banjo" or sometimes "Banjoed By Blood."
The song ends with a Yeehaw! heard in the background followed by an untitled 6 second hidden track where you can hear ever so slightly in the background someone screaming "That was some heavy shit!" in a barely audible gibberish sounding voice. The exact breakdown of the 19:51 song Bedlam 1-2-3 is as follows: