Over the last two weeks we've been fortunate enough to open two cans of Sodom tear gas on your sorry asses. Week 1 we premiered an uncompromisingly intense set of tracks in “In War and Pieces” & “Hellfire”. For Week 2, another two cans of Sodom tear gas were ceremoniously launched out of the dB howitzer in your general direction. Both “Through Toxic Veins” & “Nothing Counts More Than Blood” showed just how German thrash is done two decades later. Simple, effective, and unkind. This week, we've got rager "Storm Raging Up". The weather's been all kinds of unpredictable -- it's colder than J. Bennett's salami tits in Philadelphia right now -- so it's absolutely fitting Sodom's here to remind us that we're fucking wimps for whining about the cold.
Feuer auf unser Kommando!
"Storm Raging Up" [audio:http://www.decibelmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Sodom-Storm-Raging-Up.mp3]
But that wasn't all we had in store for you Sodomites (sorry, couldn't resist) the world over. Nope. We added a nice little incendiary cherry on top of the sputtering cans of "mommy I want to go home now". That's right. Each week, dB*** and SPV/Steamhammer will be giving away one (1) copy of Sodom's In War and Pieces on blood red gate-fucking-fold vinyl.
What do you have to do?
1. Listen to Sodom.
2. Email us at this email: email@example.com.
That's it! Two steps and you could be a lucky vinyl-celebrating bastard. Include your first name, last name, address, and email in your message.
WINNER 1: Stephen M. from Belle, WV. Get out of the fucking bomb shelter, dude!
** Sodom's new album, In War and Pieces, is out January 11, 2011 on SPV/Steamhammer.
*** Fulfillment of contest prizes not by Decibel Magazine, The Deciblog or Red Flag Media.