11 Songs, 48 Minutes


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Metallover6847 ,

Unrelentingly Destructive Thrash Metal at its Finest

This album is an complete and utter masterpiece of thrash metal. This was the first Sodom album I ever listened to, and from the opening militaristic snare drum rolls in ‘Among the Weirdcong’ to the unexpectedly hilarious yet thrashtastic cover of the Trashmen’s ‘Surfin’ Bird,’ this album is pure bone-shattering hardcore thrash metal to the last second. The beautifully peaceful and melodic guitar intro to ‘Napalm in the Morning’ is the album’s only moment of letup, functioning almost like one last deep breath before plunging the listener face-first into the rest of the album’s unforgiving metal soundscape. From mid-paced crushers like the previously mentioned ‘Napalm in the Morning,’ ‘Genocide,’ and the title track to terrifyingly fast and heavy hitting headbangers such as ‘I Am The War,’ ‘Mine Jumper,’ ‘Cannon Fodder,’ and the blisteringly relentless ‘Lead Injection,’ this album is sure to give you a sore neck. Tom Angelripper’s vocals are insanely awesome on this record too, unleashing addictive growls all across the album, in particular on ‘Little Boy,’ hissing out downright evil growls during the song’s choruses. In conclusion, this album is essential to any metalhead’s collection, especially for fans of Slayer, Kreator, 1986-1996 era Sepultura, or any other thrash metal group. Buy the entire album, you won’t regret it
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