'Til Death Do Us Unite

'Til Death Do Us Unite
Studio album by Sodom
Released24 February 1997
RecordedRA.SH Studios, October–November 1996
GenreCrossover thrash
ProducerHarris Johns
Sodom chronology
Ten Black Years
'Til Death Do Us Unite
Code Red

'Til Death Do Us Unite is the eighth studio album by German thrash metal band Sodom, released on 24 February 1997 by Steamhammer/SPV. It had a controversial album cover, showing the bellies of a naked pregnant woman and an obese man pressing a human skull together. It is the first Sodom album with guitarist Bernermann and drummer Bobby Schottkowski.

A video was made for the song "Fuck the Police".

Track listing

All tracks are written by Tom Angelripper, except where noted

1."Frozen Screams"2:56
2."Fuck the Police"3:27
4."That's What an Unknown Killer Diarized"4:42
5."Hanging Judge"2:46
6."No Way Out"2:47
8."'Til Death Do Us Unite"5:12
9."Hazy Shade of Winter" (Simon & Garfunkel cover)1:59
10."Suicidal Justice"2:47
11."Wander in the Valley"3:51
12."Sow the Seeds of Discord"2:30
13."Master of Disguise"3:03
14."Schwerter Zu Pflugscharen"4:01
15."Hey, Hey, Hey Rock'n Roll Star"4:18
Total length:49:28
The track "Hazy Shade of Winter" was originally written by Paul Simon. Sodom intended it to be a cover of the version previously performed by the Bangles.


Sodom Additional musician Production


  1. ^ "Sodom - 'Til Death do Us Unite".

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