Bullet In The Head - Sodom - Tapping The Vein (CD, Album)


  1. Type: Full-length Release date: August 1st, Catalog ID: SPV Label: Steamhammer Format: 12" vinyl (33⅓ RPM) Reviews: 12 reviews (avg. 89%).
  2. Bullet in the Head This song is by Sodom and appears on the album Tapping The Vein () and on the compilation album Ten Black Years - Best Of ().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tapping The Vein on Discogs/5(70).
  4. Tapping The Vein is Sodom's first album after the leaving of the riffmaster Frank Blackfire. The replacement was Andy Brings, who did have some brilliant ideas on this album. Obviously, the musical approach of Sodom changed. The clean, traditional thrash metal ways switched to the dirty, extremely heavy, noisy, brutal sounding.
  5. Tapping the Vein is a thrash metal music album recording by SODOM released in on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes SODOM Tapping the Vein's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, buy online: ebay and amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by some experts, collaborators and members.
  6. May 16,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Tapping the Vein - Sodom on AllMusic - - For all of their acknowledged contributions to&hellip never stunning, ever-tentative death metal album. Occasional standouts like "One Step Over the Line" and "Bullet in the Head" are pretty darn good by most standards of.
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  8. Tapping the Vein, an Album by Sodom. Released 1 August on Steamhammer (catalog no. SPV ; CD). Genres: Thrash Metal. Featured peformers: Chris Witchhunter (drums), Tom Angelripper (bass, vocals), Andy Brings (guitar), Harris Johns (producer, mixing engineer, engineer), David Nash (assistant engineer), Jan Wichers (assistant engineer), Dieter Braun (illustration), Jürgen .
  9. "Til Death Do Us Unite" is the album that should have come after "Better off Dead" or after "Tapping The Vein". This is the return of Sodom to its thrashing ways and also adding a modern edge to the music, all in all its more like a thrash/crossover sound here.3/5.

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