SODOM: 'Better Off Dead' Picture Disc Due Next Week

The third SODOM picture disc, "Better Off Dead", in a series of five will be released on May 30 via the Vinyl Maniacs label.

The first two SODOM picture discs — "Agent Orange" and "In the Sign of Evil" — were issued in January and were limited to 1,000 copies each.

As previously reported, SODOM have pushed back the projected release date of their first DVD to July from the previously announced May. According to SODOM frontman Thomas "Angelripper" Such, the DVD's concert footage will contain 23 songs. An overview of the band's career thus far and additional bonus features will also appear on the disc. "Such a giant DVD we make only once in a lifetime, so I don't want to make compromises in quality and completeness," Angelripper had previously said. "But you'll not be disappointed, the DVD will be the absolute hammer, I promise!"

SODOM's next studio album is tentatively due in September.


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