Code red - Sodom LP
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Colourblue
CategoryVinyl
ThemeBands
GenreThrash Metal
Media formatLP
Media PackagingGatefold
Available from 08.09.2017
Product code361467

Exclusive to us as a re-release edition on coloured vinyl (ice blue vinyl) in gatefold. Limited to 200 pieces.

It's finally here! The ninth album from the German thrash metal legends Sodom is back. To the delight of many fans, the guys from the Ruhr have turned "Code Red" back into classic thrash metal.

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Code Red

Excellent edition in a getafold cover and colored vinyl. Must have!

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Bravo, Sodom!

All unsuccessful experiments, something ever come to the end, either complete collapse, or attempts to return all the good that the code was. Sodom has long tried to experiment with hardcore and punk, the experiment failed. Tom looked back and realized that thrash metal is what he does best. In most groups, "returning to the roots" is a long and complicated process, and the Sodomites took it and just created an excellent album that is in no way inferior to their old creations. However, when you turn it on for the first time, you think that the team is still under the influence of hardcore, the first two songs are very angry, fast and dirty: "Code Red" and "What Hell Can Create", just a hodgepodge of some kind. But since "Tombstone", the very return that everyone had been waiting for, the perfect bass intro, and then the whole song and the whole album just pleases the ear - Teutonic thrash in all its glory. I especially note "Tombstone", "Spiritual Demise" and "The Wolf and the Lamb" - in my opinion, the main hits of the album. Bravo, Sodom!

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