Stormtroopers of Death (Band)

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Stormtroopers Of Death
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Alternative Name S.O.D.
Group Members Scott Ian
Dan Lilker
Charlie Benante
Billy Milano
Past Group Members Scott Ian
Dan Lilker
Charlie Benante
Billy Milano
Music Genre (Text) Crossover thrash
thrash metal
hardcore punk
Music Genre Pop/Rock
Origin New York City, United States
Year(s) Active 1985–1986, 1992, 1997–2003, 2007
Record Label Megaforce
Nuclear Blast
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Associated Acts Anthrax
Nuclear Assault
United Forces
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Stormtroopers of Death (also known as S.O.D.) was an American crossover thrash band formed in New York City in 1985. They are credited as being among the first bands to fuse hardcore punk with thrash metal into a style sometimes referred to as crossover thrash, and is also known for reuniting Anthrax members Scott Ian (guitars) and Charlie Benante (drums) with their former bassist Dan Lilker. The song "Milano Mosh" from their 1985 debut album, Speak English or Die, was the Headbanger's Ball intro anthem for many years.

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- Every Tiny Molecule 1999
- Pussy Whipped 1992
- Identity 2000
- Go 2000
- March of the S.O.D. / Sargent D (live) 2000
- Not / Momo / Taint / The Camel Boy / Diamonds and Rust / Anti-Procrastination Song (live) 2000
- United Forces, Part II (live) 2000
- Ram It Up 2000
- Fistbanging Mania 2005
- Momo 1992
* Approximate (assumes song was released same year as the album it was first released on)


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