Sodom’s long awaited studio album is finally out. It features ten tracks in the regular pressing, two bonus tracks in the limited edition and one more bonus track in the limited edition LP. This album had created much anticipation especially due to the fact that this would be the first album with Markus “Makka” Freiwald on drums. The reviews I read prior to the release of the album suggested “new” elements on the album which made me – and I believe all Sodomaniacs – wonder what they would be. Personally, I have not found anything to “fear” on the album; on the contrary, I was shocked at the brutality of some tracks. “Tapping the Vein” being my all-time fave Sodom album, I must say, this album is a true killer. The album sounds like a continuum of “In War and Pieces” in general with some elements from the self-titled album, some from “Tapping the Vein” and even some from “Masquerade in Blood” with regard to brutality of the vocals. Below you can find member-by-member and song-by-song analysis of the album:
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