Sodom‘s new album Decision Day featuring a D-Day lyrical theme is set for an August 26h release on Steamhammer. Sodomites should prepare their ANUSes for more rehashed speed metal similar to Sodom’s prior 21st century output.
“Decision Day” track listing
01. In Retribution (06:14)
02. Rolling Thunder (04:22)
03. Decision Day (04:03)
04. Caligula (04:01)
05. Who Is God? (04:35)
06. Strange Lost World (04:59)
07. Vaginal Born Evil (05:15)
08. Belligerence (04:00)
09. Blood Lions (03:17)
10. Sacred Warpath (05:34)
11. Refused To Die (04:27)
12. Predatory Instinct (04:44) (bonus track for vinyl and iTunes edition)
* Digipack including doublesided poster
* Double gatefold LP with printed innersleevs, 180-gram, red vinyl, CD in cardboard sleeve and bonus track
* Boxset limited to 1,000 units: digipack, 2LP, poster, handsigned photocard, sticker, button, patch and a flag
* iTunes exclusive version including a bonus track
* Digital download
Tags: decision day, German Speed Metal, sodom, Speed Metal, steamhammer, upcoming release
7 thoughts on “Sodom – Decision Day Out August 26th”
Has amazingly recovered somewhat:
The vocals are black metal, the guitar also leans in this direction. If the screams were omitted, the tremolo picking parts used more as accents than in lieu of a backbone and if someone woke up the drummer, this could sound really good.
I’ll just stick with in the sign of evil, obsessed by cruelty and persecution mania. Maybe every once in a while I’ll give agent orange and better off dead a spin or 2. Interesting lyrical theme to the album, but yeah it’ll probably be mediocre at best.
Rolling thunder = wrong war.I doubt troops carried m4’s & 40mm grenades in ww2 either,but to hell sticking to the theme,right?
But hey, that limited box set comes with everything but a fruit snack. A poster AND a flag??!?! In the same set???!!!
The new EP is ok,and it does have a black metal feel like the early days of SODOM.
I kind of stopped caring about them with their attempt to join the Bay Area thrash trend with Agent Orange.
Another fucking war themed album with really bland thrash bits. I’d take another Final Sign of Evil where they showed they can clearly still do their old sound, but they’re stuck in this fucking war shit, how about no more fucking WW2 themed albums?!? The album cover is also like a funny rip in that one Motörhead album.
Yeah Another Perfect Day
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