Exhibit A

Exhibit A

Exhibit A is an Alternative metal band from Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

Band history

Exhibit A formed in 2000. The music is essentially extreme metal taking in other varied influences outside the genre. They have been featured in mainstream rock music publications such as "Metal Hammer" and "Kerrang!" as well as regular play on BBC Radio 1. The debut mini-album A Safer Place was released on 28 June, 2004 by Fulmination Records in the UK.Exhibit A are in the process of releasing their eagerly awaited full length debut album (Portrait in Rhyme) in late 2008, Exhibit A will still be continiously Touring the Uk so check them out!!!

Current Line-Up

*Jon Willock - vocals
*Bez - vocals
*John Caci - Guitar
*Widge - Guitar
*wiv- Bass guitar
*Jim Herriot - drums

Discography

*Voicing Silence (Demo) (2001)
*No One/Nothing (Demo) (2003)
*"A Safer Place" (2004)
*Portrait in Rhyme (2008)

External links

* [http://www.myspace.com/exhibita Exhibit A Myspace Page]
* [http://www.exhibitamusic.com Official Exhibit A website]
* [http://www.fulminationrecords.co.uk/exhibita.htm Exhibit A Fulmination Records Page]
* [http://www.fulminationrecords.co.uk Fulmination Records website]


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