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|1.||Call to Arms||01:33||instrumental|
|2.||Riot Act||03:37||Show lyrics|
|3.||Funeral Hymn||08:37||Show lyrics|
|4.||Children of a Worthless God||08:24||Show lyrics|
|5.||As It Was, As It Soon Shall Be||05:15||Show lyrics|
|6.||The Atrocity Exhibition||10:33||Show lyrics|
|2.||The Garden of Bleeding||05:49||Show lyrics|
|3.||Bedlam 1-2-3||19:51||Show lyrics|
|Rob Dukes||Vocals, Lyrics (track 4)|
|Gary Holt||Guitars, Lyrics|
|Kieran Panesar||Mixing (assistant)|
|Adam Myatt||Engineering (assistant)|
|Seth Siro Anton||Artwork|
|Andy Sneap||Producer, Engineering, Mixing|
|Raymond Anthony||Engineering (additional)|
|Rust and blood.||55%||Diamhea||February 7th, 2014|
|Uh Oh, Now They're Super...||52%||DawnoftheShred||March 26th, 2011|
|Give it a Shot, I Almost...||75%||InfinityX||April 19th, 2010|
|Exodus/The Atrocity...||70%||MethylinInfo||December 19th, 2008|
|Too pretentious for its own...||72%||Agonymph||April 27th, 2008|
|Atrociously under-rated!||85%||VoiceofHell||January 18th, 2008|
|Most underrated album ever||79%||Keloid||December 15th, 2007|
|Redifining the term "hit...||62%||The_Boss||December 9th, 2007|
|Well, it's not a total...||58%||IWP||December 8th, 2007|
|blah!||45%||gk||November 23rd, 2007|
|Baloff Turning In His Grave||25%||Human666||November 12th, 2007|
|And if you thought 'Shovel'...||10%||morbert||November 2nd, 2007|
|E-X-O-D-U-S; the new way to...||10%||zeingard||October 25th, 2007|
|Worthless||13%||Visionary||October 24th, 2007|
|Not that atrocious||70%||metalewd||October 23rd, 2007|
|Doesn't redefine anything,...||80%||SouthofHeaven11||October 23rd, 2007|
Mixed and mastered at BackStage Studios, Derbyshire, UK.
A video was made for "Riot Act".
Also sold as a limited edition "blood pack" exclusively through Nuclear Blast's European mailorder website. This version is limited to 500 copies and includes a DVD-sized case dripping with "blood", a certificate of authenticity and a hidden bonus track.
The song Bedlam 1-2-3 fades slowly and ends at 7:59 followed by 10 minutes of total silence.
At 18:12 (with 1:39 left to go) a country style version of the title song from their 1985 debut album Bonded by Blood begins. For the 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.