11:37 - Cynic Metalhead IGI, wow playing after long time. it's stella to enter the room, operate the laptop and fucking explode the whole thing.
07:02 - Jaeryd17 I'm desperately hoping they release Destiny for PC, but I have a 360 so if they don't I guess I'll be okay... for the first game in the series, anyway. Still haven't played Mirror's Edge, but it sounds like my kind of game.
06:04 - Maco The consoles war in the new generation is here [link]
05:59 - Maco At least playing fallout or battlefield is better than playing new call of duty games.
05:56 - BoxCar Willy All I play is fallout, with the occasional bout of grand theft auto and battle field.
05:42 - Maco @Lit. It has to be, that game was the shit.
05:21 - Lit. @Maco Don't care much for MK, but Mirror's Edge is taking the position for my most anticipated game.
German thrashers Sodom have released a new song called "S.O.D.O.M." for streaming. The song is off of their album Epitome Of Torture, which is set to be released in Europe on April 29th and in the US/Canada on May 7th via Steamhammer/SPV. You can listen to the track here. But that is not all as the group also premiered the new NSFW uncensored video for "Stigmatized" available at this location. It was directed by Ronald Matthes.
Germany's Teutonic thrash legends Sodom have just premiered a new song called "Stigmatized". The song is off of their new and 14th album Epitome Of Torture, which is set to be released in Europe on April 29th and in the US/Canada on May 7th via Steamhammer/SPV. You can listen to the track right now here and tell us what you think.
Thrash tank Sodom is serving up a new dose of metal next month and has released a trailer which sets the tone for the new album. You can hear the first sounds off Epitome Of Torture on the video located below while you prepare to be Sodom-ized.
Thrash legends Sodom have finally unveiled the artwork of their upcoming beast Epitome Of Torture. You can feast your eyes on it below and also check out the album tracklist. The cover artwork featuring Sodom's popular "Knarrenheinz" logo was developed by graphic designer Meran Karanitant.
German thrash metal veterans Sodom will release their new studio album Epitome Of Torture on April 29th in Europe and May 7th in North America via SPV/Steamhammer. Vocalist/bassist Thomas "Angelripper" Such, guitarist Bernd "Bernemann" Kost and new drummer Markus "Makka" Freiwald recorded a total of twelve new tracks (plus a Motörhead cover) which "present Sodom as more diverse and multi-faceted than ever."
2013 will bring a new thrash metal record from the veterans Sodom. In fact, it is only a few months away since today the band unveiled that it will hit stores in Germany on April 26th, in Europe on April 29th and in the US/Canada on May 7th through SPV / Steamhammer. You can mark your calendars. Also, Sodom's new album will be titled Epitome Of Torture.
In a recent interview with Greek webzine Rock Overdose, Tom "Angelripper" Such of German Teutonic thrash metal band Sodom revealed that the band is currently working on a new album, with two songs completed and aiming for a 2012 release.
Sodom are forced to cancel their appearance at the Silesian Massacre Festival in Katowice, Poland this weekend, after guitarist, Bernd "Bernemann" Kost, was rushed to the hospital today.
Sodom's booking agency, Fleisch, issued the following statement: "A few minutes ago I received an upsetting phone call from Tom and Makka as Bernemann has been rushed to hospital. We do not know what exactly has happened as I write this e-mail, he is currently under medical observation in the emergency section to discover exactly what the problem is.
We feel very sorry, but unfortunately and obviously because of the situation as it stands at the moment the band cannot travel to Katowice on Saturday. I know it is not the best time and it is short notice, but the situation as it is with Bernemann leaves the band no choice. I hope for your understanding and I regret that this situation has come about, the band were looking forward to playing at your festival."
Teutonic thrash metal band Sodom has posted a new track, entitled "The Art of Killing Poetry", online. "The Art of Killing Poetry" is available for streaming over at Decibel Magazine.
"The Art of Killing Poetry" comes off the band's latest album In War and Pieces which will be released on January 11, 2011 in the United States. In War and Pieces album details were previously reported here.
Hot on the heels of the release of In War And Pieces comes the news that Sodom has decided to end the cooperation between the band and long-time drummer Bobby Schottkowski.
Frontman Tom Angelripper and guitarist Bernemann released the following statement: "After personal and private problems between Tom and Bobby, was decided, by mutual agreement, the end of the cooperation between Sodom and the drummer Bobby Schottkowski. Tom and Bernemann will announce as soon as possible a replacement drummer. The shows from January will be performed as planned and the upcoming tour in February will take place in any case. Until then we will have incorporated the new drummer."
Teutonic thrash metallers Sodom have announced a string of European live dates, scheduled to take place in February next year. The band will be touring in support of their latest effort, In War And Pieces, released in Germany last week and the rest of Europe today (more album details available here).
04.02.2011 (B) Vosselaar, Biebob
05.02.2011 (NL) Eindhoven, Dynamo
06.02.2011 (UK) London, Underworld
07.02.2011 (D) Saarbrücken, Garage
09.02.2011 (CH) Pratteln, z7
10.02.2011 (I) Milan, Live Club
11.02.2011 (A) Wien, Szene
12.02.2011 (SLO) Maribor, Stuk
13.02.2011 (H) Budapest, Diesel
15.02.2011 (D) Aschaffenburg, Colos Saal
16.02.2011 (D) Hamburg, Markthalle
17.02.2011 (D) Bochum, Zeche
Sodom has made a brand new track, "In War And Pieces", available for streaming online. The song is the title track off the band's upcoming new album, set for release on November 22nd in Europe and on January 11, 2001 in the USA. Listen to "In War And Pieces" at this location.
All In War And Pieces album details are available here.