Sodom Streaming New Track "S.O.D.O.M."
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Sodom is preparing for the release of new album "Epitome of Torture" on May 7th in North America.
Today Sodom has unleashed another new track from "Epitome of Torture." The song "S.O.D.O.M." is being premiered by Decibel Magazine here, or you can listen to the track below.
The new album will be available worldwide through SPV/Steamhammer in four different formats: as a limited-edition DigiPak including two bonus tracks and a poster, in a regular jewel case, as a double gatefold colored vinyl with three bonus tracks and for download. The cover artwork featuring Sodom's popular "Knarrenheinz" logo was developed by graphic designer Meran Karanitant.
"Epitome Of Torture" was produced by Waldemar Sorychta, whose expertise as a sound engineer and audio magician benefited Sodom's 2010 release "In War And Pieces." Tom Angelripper comments: "Waldemar is an exceptional producer, who always succeeds in evening out an artist´s weak spot and promoting his strengths. He doesn't let you get away with anything, he knows all our weak spots. Which occasionally makes working at the studio a little demanding, but at the end of the day it's all worthwhile, as the result shows."
The Sodom frontman describes the sound on "Epitome Of Torture" as "hard-as-nails and contemporary, without ignoring our tried-and-tested old-school attitude."
The track listing is:
1. My Final Bullet
3. Epitome Of Torture
6. Shoot Today – Kill Tomorrow
7. Invocating The Demons
9. Into The Skies Of War
10. Tracing The Victim
11. Waterboarding (Bonus Track)
12. Splitting The Atom (Bonus Track)
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