Veteran German thrashers SODOM will enter House of Audio studio in Karlsdorf, Germany with producer Achim Köhler later this month to begin recording their new album, tentatively due before the end of the year. In other news, the group are continuing to compile material for their debut DVD, which is likely to be a double-disc release. "The concert film is almost ready and will contain 23 songs," SODOM frontman Thomas "Angelripper" Such writes on the band's web site. "About the history DVD there are some legal problems to solve (permissions of various ex musicians and record companies etc). In addition, each week we're getting new material ... All this needs its time. Such a giant DVD we make only once in a lifetime, so I don't want to make compromises in quality and completeness. But you'll not be disappointed, the DVD will be the absolute hammer, I promise!"
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