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Cannibal Corpse - Dead Human Collection: 25 Years Of Death Metal (2013) (13CD Box Set)





Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: 3984-15180-2
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Incleded 12 Albums + "Torturing and Eviscerating Live" Concert CD

Cannibal Corpse will be releasing a box set to commemorate their 25th anniversary: Dead
Human Collection: 25 Years of Death Metal. The box contains: all 12
full length studio albums in a 12 CD foldout case with new artwork,
“Torturing and Eviscerating LIVE” on CD and LP Picture Disc recorded in
Tampa, FL 2010 / Milwaukee, WI 2012, PLUS: NEW EXCLUSIVE images by VINCE
LOCKE, 12"X12" graphic prints of all 13 original album covers, and a
2013 Cannibal Corpse Calendar.

While it's hard to think of a band as brutal as Cannibal Corpse
celebrating anything, the death metal monsters ring in their 25th
anniversary with the massive boxed set Dead Human Collection: 25 Years
of Death Metal. Featuring all 12 studio albums on CD, as well as a CD/LP
picture disc of Torturing and Eviscerating Live, LP-sized re-creations
of the band's album covers, and even a 2013 calendar, this set from
Metal Blade is possibly the ultimate Cannibal Corpse collectible, and
seems like a fitting artifact to mark the formation of one of America's
greatest death metal bands.


Cannibal Corpse - Eaten Back To Life (1990)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 892-2
FLAC: 290 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 90 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
Cannibal Corpse emerged fully formed out of Florida's famous death metal swamp with
this one. All the trademarks are in place, from the B-horror movie album
cover art to the ludicrously over the top lyrics -- "Brains devoured in
a frenzied slaughter, thirst for gore nothing more/Bile is dripping,
puss from wounds, as the coroner drinks it down." Chris Barnes growls
his vocals like Satan on a diet of razor blades and paint thinner. The
playing is uniformly savage and, alas, uniformly one-dimensional. On
paper Cannibal Corpse are the perfect death metal act, but in reality,
their pursuit of lyrical and musical extremes was something of a joke
from this first release on. Too many tempo changes; too much
monochromatic double-bass slugging; not nearly enough variety, texture,
or interesting guitar work. Cannibal Corpse's single-minded devotion to
their cause is admirable; too bad the results of that dedication are not
very interesting. Eaten Back to Life isn't much more than death metal
for dummies. Try Deicide (whose vocalist Glen Benton guests on
background vocals here) instead.
Musicians:

Vocals : Chris Barnes
Guitars : Jack Owen
Guitars : Bob Rusay
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

All music written by Owen/Webster/Mazurkiewicz/Rusay
Recorded at Morrisound Recording, Tampa, Florida
Produced by Scott Burns
Engineered by Scott Burns
Front Cover art by Vincent Locke
Graphic Design by Brian Ames

Track List:

01. Shredded Humans [5:12]
02. Edible Autopsy [4:33]
03. Put Them To Death [1:50]
04. Mangled [4:30]
05. Scattered Remains, Splattered Brains [2:34]
06. Born In A Casket [3:21]
07. Rotting Head [2:26]
08. The Undead Will Feast [2:50]
09. Bloody Chunks [1:53]
10. A Skull Full Of Maggots [2:07]
11. Buried In The Backyard [5:12]


Cannibal Corpse - Butchered At Birth (1991)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 893-2
FLAC: 290 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 90 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
In the early '90s, Cannibal Corpse acquired a small cult in the death metal
underground by embracing some of the most gruesome lyrics the subgenre
had to offer. Thriving on shock value, the band inspires comparisons to
GWAR and comes across as a parody of death metal and grindcore more than
anything. Like its previous album, the equally twisted Eaten Back to
Life, Butchered at Birth addresses such lurid topics as dismemberment,
torture, and masochism. One will need the lyric sheet to know just how
gross songs like "Under the Rotted Flesh," "Meat Hook Sodomy," "Covered
with Sores," and "Rancid Amputation" are -- the grunting vocals are
impossible to understand. Some retailers refused to carry this CD
because of its depiction of a woman being mutilated by zombies, and
Cannibal Corpse wasted no time getting as much publicity as possible
from the controversy. The rockers are one-dimensional, but then, they
never claimed to be anything else. This band's obvious goal was to
deliver the musical equivalent of B-movie horror flick, and on that
level, the album is outrageously successful.
Musicians:

Vocals : Chris Barnes
Guitars : Jack Owen
Guitars : Bob Rusay
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

All lyrics written by Chris Barnes
All music written by Owen/Webster/Mazurkiewicz/Rusay
Recorded at: Morrisound Recording, Tampa FL
Produced and Engineered by: Scott Burns
Digitally Remastered by Brad Vance at DNA Mastering, Studio City, CA
All original art and Butchered At Birth logo by: Vincent Locke
Graphic Design by: Brian Ames

Track List:

01. Meat Hook Sodomy [5:49]
02. Gutted [3:15]
03. Living Dissection [4:00]
04. Under The Rotted Flesh [5:04]
05. Covered With Sores [3:17]
06. Vomit The Soul [4:30]
07. Butchered At Birth [2:45]
08. Rancid Amputation [3:16]
09. Innards Decay [4:37]


Cannibal Corpse - Tomb Of The Mutilated (1992)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 894-2
FLAC: 270 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 90 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
Released in 1992, Tomb of the Mutilated helped establish Cannibal Corpse's
reputation as one of metal's goriest, most vile outfits. Boasting some
of the sickest album art and song titles of all time, the band's
attention-getting tactics worked perfectly and record sales soared.
Cannibal Corpse then became one of the biggest names in the death metal
genre -- just as the group's discs and live performances were being
banned all over the world. Listeners unfamiliar with the belching vocal
style and pummeling drum and guitar attack typical of death metal
probably won't understand what separates this or any other record that
adheres so stringently to the genre's formula, but learned fans have
come to appreciate Tomb of the Mutilated as a solid, if not important,
offering. Vocalist Chris Barnes' constant barrage of Cookie
Monster-esque lowdown grunting is pretty much unintelligible throughout,
leaving his gross-out lyrics offensive only to those who read them.
However, the effect works nicely and maintains tradition. Standout
tracks include "Beyond the Cemetery" -- which boasts the record's best
riffs -- and speedier cuts like "Split Wide Open" and "The Cryptic
Stench." Generally not taken seriously in many metal quarters due to
their fascination with cartoonish gore, Cannibal Corpse somehow managed
to outlast many of their more critically accepted contemporaries due in
no small part to early career efforts like Tomb of the Mutilated, with
its powerful musical focus.
Musicians:

Vocals : Chris Barnes
Guitars : Jack Owen
Guitars : Bob Rusay
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

All music written by Owen/Webster/Mazurkiewicz/Rusay
All lyrics and vocal arrangements by Chris Barnes
Cover artwork by Vincent Locke
Graphic Layout by Brian James
Produced by Scott Burns
Recorded, engineered and mixed by Scott Burns at Morrisound Recording - Tampa Florida, June 1 to June 15,1992
Electronic Harmonzier was not used to create any vocals on "Tomb Of The Mutilated"

Track List:

01. Hammer Smashed Face [4:04]
02. I Cum Blood [3:42]
03. Addicted To Vaginal Skin [3:31]
04. Split Wide Open [3:03]
05. Necropedophile [4:06]
06. The Cryptic Stench [3:57]
07. Entrails Ripped From A Virgin's Cunt [4:16]
08. Post Mortal Ejaculation [3:37]
09. Beyond The Cemetery [4:54]


Cannibal Corpse - The Bleeding (1994)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 895-2
FLAC: 280 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 90 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
The final album of the Chris Barnes era, The Bleeding continues the trajectory Cannibal
Corpse had established during their early-'90s heyday, that being a
progressively over-the-top approach to gore-themed death metal that
pushed the envelope in every imaginable way, from cover art to song
titles to the music itself. The cover art here, as usual, speaks for
itself, as do elaborate song titles like "Stripped, Raped, and
Strangled," "Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead," and "Force Fed
Broken Glass." (Though it's probably obvious, it's worth noting for
novices that this stuff isn't for the lighthearted and shouldn't be
taken too seriously, even if songs titles like "She Was Asking for It"
perhaps go too far, even for this genre.) However, it's the music itself
that is perhaps most notable, or at least what should be, especially
given the key addition of guitarist Rob Barrett (in place of Bob Rusay),
who co-writes a number of songs and plays on all of them. Ace producer
Scott Burns gives the album a wonderful sheen that instantly sets
Cannibal Corpse apart from most of the other death metal bands out there
in 1994. The riffs absolutely grind, just as the rhythms pulverize and
the vocals thunder. And it's indeed the thundering vocals of Barnes that
make The Bleeding so special, definitely one of the standout death
metal albums of the mid-'90s -- he's one of the best growlers in the
business, and his subsequent departure (to join Six Feet Under) would be
a gaping one, albeit one that wouldn't prevent Cannibal Corpse from
lumbering on for many more years with their colorful madness.
Musicians:

Vocals : Chris Barnes
Guitars : Jack Owen
Guitars : Rob Barrett
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

All lyrics and vocals by Chris Barnes
Recorded and mixed at Morrisound Recording Tampa, FL from November 12, 1993 to December 3, 1993
Recorded, Mixed and Engineered by Scott Burns
Mastered at Fullersound by Scott Burns
Cover art by Vincent Locke

Track List:

01. Staring Through The Eyes Of The Dead [3:31]
02. Fucked With A Knife [2:16]
03. Stripped, Raped And Strangled [3:28]
04. Pulverized [3:35]
05. Return To Flesh [4:22]
06. The Pick-Axe Murders [3:04]
07. She Was Asking For It [4:34]
08. The Bleeding [4:21]
09. Force Fed Broken Glass [5:03]
10. An Experiment In Homicide [2:37]


Cannibal Corpse - Vile (1996)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 896-2
FLAC: 900 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 95 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
Released on Metal Blade in 1996, Vile is the first Cannibal Corpse recording to
feature vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher. The band had built up a
considerable following within the death metal community, and that
success continued as Fisher brought a vocal dynamism and character that
livened up the band's six-year-old sound. Fisher's ability to match the
musical intensity and rhythm of Vile's more complicated assemblages of
riffs created a more sophisticated yet equally tortuous essence. Both
the album art and song titles -- while gruesome to the extreme -- were
somewhat toned down when compared to earlier Cannibal Corpse efforts.
The band members might have been put off by so many accusations of
novelty, and intent on proving their worth as musicians. Vile
demonstrates a commitment to musical growth: Tracks like "Devoured by
Vermin" and "Bloodlands" feature more complex, focused, and just plain
interesting musical ideas as well as precise execution. Fans of death
metal who haven't yet discovered Cannibal Corpse would be wise to give
Vile an open-minded listen, in order to understand how this group has
managed to pull off thousands of successful shows and maintain such a
rabid following.
Musicians:

Vocals : George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher
Guitars : Jack Owen
Guitars : Rob Barrett
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

Recorded and mixed at Morrisound Recording, Tampa, FL
Produced by Scott Burns and Cannibal Corpse
Executive Producer: Brian Slagel
Engineered and mixed by Scott Burns
Mastered by Mike Fuller at Fullersound - Miami, FL
Cover Art by Vincent Locke

Track List:

01. Devoured By Vermin [3:13]
02. Mummified In Barbed Wire [3:09]
03. Perverse Suffering [4:15]
04. Disfigured [3:49]
05. Bloodlands [4:21]
06. Puncture Wound Massacre [1:41]
07. Relentless Beating [2:15]
08. Absolute Hatred [3:06]
09. Eaten From Inside [3:43]
10. Orgasm Through Torture [3:42]
11. Monolith [4:25]


Cannibal Corpse - Gallery Of Suicide (1998)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 897-2
FLAC: 360 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 110 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
Cannibal Corpse settled into their own gruesome groove early on in their career,
spitting out a predictable set of carnage-obsessed trash-rockers on each
of their albums. Consequently, their albums can be a little
interchangeable, and Gallery of Suicide -- the group's sixth album -- is
no different. From the titles ("Disposal of the Body," "Blood Drenched
Execution," "Dismembered and Molested," "Stabbed in the Throat,"
"Centuries of Torment," "Crushing the Despised," "I Will Kill You") to
the incessant, buzzing guitars, it's Cannibal Corpse as the fans have
come to expect them. It's a little fresher than its predecessor, Vile,
but it does have the problem of sounding a little monotonous in
comparison to their entire catalog. That may not matter to the hardcore
fans, who will inevitably be able to spot subtle differences between
this and their previous albums, but it does suggest that the band will
need to find a new modus operandi soon in order to keep things fresh.
Musicians:

Vocals : George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher
Guitars : Jack Owen
Guitars : Pat O'Brien
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

Produced, Engineered, and mixed at Morrisound Recordings Tampa, Fl by Jim Morris
Mastered at Audio JJ by Jim Morris
Cover art by Vincent Locke
Design By Brian J Ames

Track List:

01. I Will Kill You [2:48]
02. Disposal Of The Body [1:54]
03. Sentenced To Burn [3:06]
04. Blood Drenched Execution [2:41]
05. Gallery Of Suicide [3:55]
06. Dismembered And Molested [1:54]
07. From Skin To Liquid (Instrumental) [5:30]
08. Unite The Dead [3:05]
09. Stabbed In The Throat [3:26]
10. Chambers Of Blood [4:11]
11. Headless [2:22]
12. Every Bone Broken [3:18]
13. Centuries Of Torment [4:05]
14. Crushing The Despised [1:57]


Cannibal Corpse - Bloodthirst (1999)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 898-2
FLAC: 280 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 80 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
Bloodthirst is the seventh full-length album by Cannibal Corpse, and it's rather
remarkable how little the band's sound has changed over the course of an
entire decade. Sure, their musicianship has gotten a little more
polished, and they've perfected their formula a bit more, but it's
essentially been the same vibe on every album throughout their career.
Bloodthirst is not that much different from the other Cannibal Corpse
recording with George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher (which in turn were not an
incredible distance removed from the Chris Barnes era); there are the
prerequisite detuned grinding guitars, hyperspeed blastbeat drumming,
and vocals that sound like Fisher's larynx is being put through a
garbage disposal, plus lyrics geared for maximum gore and shock value.
The appeal of Bloodthirst, then, is likely to rest on your answer to the
question "how much Cannibal Corpse do you really need"? If you enjoy
the formula, haven't tired of it, and want to hear more material in the
same vein, Bloodthirst is exactly what you're looking for. Otherwise,
just get a couple of the Chris Barnes albums.
Musicians:

Vocals : George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher
Guitars : Jack Owen
Guitars : Pat O'Brien
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

Produced by Colin Richardson, engineered by Justin Leeah
Studio assistant - Bobby Torres
Mastered at Oasis Mastering by Eddy Schreyer
Artwork by Vincent Locke
Recorded at Village Productions, Tornillo, Texas

Track List:

01. Pounded Into Dust [2:17]
02. Dead Human Collection [2:30]
03. Unleashing The Bloodthirsty [3:51]
04. The Spine Splitter [3:10]
05. Ecstacy In Decay [3:12]
06. Raped By The Beast [2:34]
07. Coffinfeeder [3:05]
08. Hacksaw Decapitation [4:13]
09. Blowtorch Slaughter [2:34]
10. Sickening Metamorphosis [3:24]
11. Condemned To Agony [3:44]


Cannibal Corpse - Gore Obsessed (2002)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 899-2
FLAC: 310 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 90 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
Cannibal Corpse have received a lot of attention and controversy over the years for
their song titles alone. But aside from all the over-the-top gross outs
of the band's lyrics, the music is really worth checking out. Their
relentless combination of neck-snapping death metal beats, sinister
detuned guitar riffs, and Cookie Monster vocals is harrowing and fun at
the same time, and the execution is better than that of most similar
bands. Most impressively, the album remains interesting from front to
back, thanks to concise song lengths and a healthy variety of tempos,
which alternate from rat-tat-tat machine gun-style onslaughts to
chugging mid-tempo mosh sections (check out "Dormant Bodies Bursting" to
hear it all in one song). And don't forget about those great song
titles; fans won't be disappointed with numbers like "Hatchet to the
Head," "Compelled to Lacerate," and the exquisite "Sanded Faceless."
This is great stuff. Includes a Metallica cover hidden at the end.
Musicians:

Vocals : George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher
Guitars : Jack Owen
Guitars : Pat O'Brien
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

Produced by Neil Kernon and Cannibal Corpse
Engineered by Justin Leeah
Mixed by Neil Kernon
Artwork by Vincent Locke
Recorded at Sonic Ranch Studios in El Paso, Texas
Mastered by Ramon Breton at Oceanview Digital Mastering

Track List:

01. Savage Butchery [1:51]
02. Hatchet To The Head [3:34]
03. Pit Of Zombies [3:59]
04. Dormant Bodies Bursting [2:00]
05. Compelled To Lacerate [3:29]
06. Drowning In Viscera [3:37]
07. Hung And Bled [4:13]
08. Sanded Faceless [3:52]
09. Mutation Of The Cadaver [3:10]
10. When Death Replaces Life [4:59]
11. Grotesque [3:31]


Cannibal Corpse - The Wretched Spawn (2004)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 900-2
FLAC: 360 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 110 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
For album number nine, Wretched Spawn, Cannibal Corpse continue on with much the
same style of gore-themed death metal that had made them a mainstay of
the stateside scene for a decade-and-a-half. Bassist Alex Webster and
guitarist Jack Owen write most of the songs here, respectively, and
those songs are pretty much what you've come to expect from Cannibal
Corpse by this point -- musically pulverizing and lyrically unsettling.
Vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher is as unrelenting as usual,
especially on such songs as "Frantic Disembowelment," where he switches
from growling to screaming with seeming ease. Wretched Spawn is overall a
pretty brief album, clocking in just under 45 minutes, as few of the 13
songs break the four-minute mark. The title track is an exception, as
are the lumbering "Festering in the Crypt" and the thrashing
album-closer, "They Deserve to Die" -- these three longer songs being
some of the more interesting ones here, given their unique
characteristics. Most of the others are rather straight-ahead death
metal blasts, and while they're on the mark stylistically, they may seem
a bit workmanlike to longtime fans who have heard all this before. And
that's perhaps the one lurking problem with Wretched Spawn -- it sounds
great and is everything you'd expect it to be, but it's nothing new for
this veteran band, who long ago perfected their death metal attack. If
you're perfectly fine with the status quo, or are perhaps new to
Cannibal Corpse, you'll surely find much delight here; however, if
you're looking for something beyond another run-of-the-mill album from
the band, you'll probably want to pass this one over. Unlike more
memorable albums such as Tomb of the Mutilated (1992) and Bleeding
(1994) where the band took its music to another level, Wretched Spawn is
simply Cannibal Corpse continuing on with their trademark mayhem,
seemingly confined by or content with their own musical boundaries, for
better or worse
Musicians:

Vocals : George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher
Guitars : Jack Owen
Guitars : Pat O'Brien
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

Produced by Neil Kernon and Cannibal Corpse
Engineered by Justin Leeah
Mixed by Neil Kernon
Artwork by Vincent Locke
Recorded at Sonic Ranch Studios in Tornillo, TX
Mastered by Brad Vance at Red Mastering

Track List:

01. Severed Head Stoning [1:45]
02. Psychotic Precision [2:57]
03. Decency Defied [3:00]
04. Frantic Disembowelment [2:50]
05. The Wretched Spawn [4:10]
06. Cyanide Assassin [3:11]
07. Festering In The Crypt [4:38]
08. Nothing Left To Mutilate [3:50]
09. Blunt Force Castration [3:27]
10. Rotted Body Landslide [3:24]
11. Slain [3:33]
12. Bent Backwards And Broken [2:59]
13. They Deserve To Die [4:44]


Cannibal Corpse - Kill (2006)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 901-2
FLAC: 360 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 100 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
Since the late-'80s, Cannibal Corpse has established itself as the vilest,
loudest, and truest purveyor of B-movie audio horror, and with song
titles like "Barbaric Bludgeonings," "Submerged in Boiling Flesh," and
"Five Nails Through the Neck," the Buffalo, New York speed metal
collective's tenth studio album feels like a bloody hug from an old
friend. From the first explosive second of the blistering opener, "Time
to Kill is Now," Kill reaches into the back of your throat and pulls out
your writhing skeleton. This is metal crafted with little remorse for
the eardrums and souls of its' people. Producer Erik Rutan (Hate
Eternal/ex-Morbid Angel) cranks up the bottom end -- it's rare to be
able to hear the kick drum in speed metal -- tightens the guitar leads
and generally pounds the listener into submission through 13 aural
assaults that will be welcomed by fans with open mouths. Kill doesn't
break any new ground for the veteran sickos, but if it ain't broke don't
fix it -- just turn it up louder.
Musicians:

Vocals : George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher
Guitars : Rob Barrett
Guitars : Pat O'Brien
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

Produced, mixed and engineered by Erik Rutan
Recorded and mixed at Mana Recording Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida from October 2005 to December 2005.
Mastered by Alan Douches for West Westside Music
Backing vocals on "The Time To Kill Is Now" by Erik Rutan

Track List:

01. The Time To Kill Is Now [2:04]
02. Make Them Suffer [2:51]
03. Murder Worship [3:57]
04. Necrosadistic Warning [3:28]
05. Five Nails Through The Neck [3:46]
06. Purification By Fire [2:57]
07. Death Walking Terror [3:32]
08. Barbaric Bludgeonings [3:43]
09. The Discipline Of Revenge [3:39]
10. Brain Removal Device [3:15]
11. Maniacal [2:13]
12. Submerged In Boiling Flesh [2:52]
13. Infinite Misery [4:01]


Cannibal Corpse - Evisceration Plague (2009)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 902-2
FLAC: 330 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 90 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
For the most part, as far as the genre of death metal goes, there is Cannibal Corpse,
and there is a bunch of copycats. You know you can always count on this
veteran metal act to deliver another brutal offering of extreme metal
with each new release (in other words, zero chance of any needless
stylistic experimentation -- the lads like things just the way they
are). And this especially rings true on their 2009 release, Evisceration
Plague. All the expected elements of a solid Cannibal Corpse recording
are present -- metronome-like precision drumming, razor-sharp riffing,
guttural growls akin to a caveman, and dark lyrics. Go ahead and take a
pick of any of the tracks here ("Priests of Sodom," "To Decompose," the
title track, etc.), and you're in for an intense metallic onslaught.
Evisceration Plague shows that 11 studio releases into their career,
Cannibal Corpse remain one gnarly group of metalheads.
Musicians:

Vocals : George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher
Guitars : Rob Barrett
Guitars : Pat O'Brien
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

Produced, engineered, and mixed by Erik Rutan
Additional Engineering: Shawn Ohtani and Brian Elliott Studio
Mastered by Alan Douches at West Westside Music
Recorded at Mana Recording Studios in St. Petersburg Florida, September and October 2008.

Track List:

01. Priests Of Sodom [3:32]
02. Scalding Hail [1:47]
03. To Decompose [3:04]
04. A Cauldron Of Hate [4:59]
05. Beheading And Burning [2:16]
06. Evidence In The Furnace [2:48]
07. Carnivorous Swarm [3:36]
08. Evisceration Plague [4:31]
09. Shatter Their Bones [3:35]
10. Carrion Sculpted Entity [2:33]
11. Unnatural [2:23]
12. Skewered From Ear To Eye [3:49]


Cannibal Corpse - Torture (2012)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 903-2
FLAC: 370 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 110 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
American death metal masters Cannibal Corpse make a gory return with their eleventh
album, Torture. Working once again with producer Erik Rutan (who also
plays guitar in Hate Eternal), the band continues to push its sound to
brutal new limits, and with songs like "As Deep as the Knife Will Go"
and "Demented Aggression," it's clear that the gore-obsessed band shows
no signs of slowing down.
Musicians:

Vocals : George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher
Guitars : Rob Barrett
Guitars : Pat O'Brien
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

Engineered and Mixed By Erik Rutan
Additional Engineering By Robert Caldwell and Brian Elliott
Produced By Erik Rutan Recorded at Sonic Ranch Studios and Mana Recording Studios
Mixed at Mana Recording Studios
Mastered By Alan Douches at West Westside Music

Track List:

01. Demented Aggression [3:14]
02. Sarcophagic Frenzy [3:43]
03. Scourge Of Iron [4:44]
04. Encased In Concrete [3:14]
05. As Deep As The Knife Will Go [3:26]
06. Intestinal Crank [3:55]
07. Followed Home Then Killed [3:37]
08. The Strangulation Chair [4:10]
09. Caged...Contorted [3:54]
10. Crucifier Avenged [3:46]
11. Rabid [3:04]
12. Torn Through [3:11]


Cannibal Corpse - Torturing And Eviscerating Live (2013)
Year & Label: 2013, Metal Blade Resords | CD#: CD PRO 891-2
FLAC: 370 MB | Artwork: 50 MB | MP3: 110 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery
Musicians:

Vocals : George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher
Guitars : Rob Barrett
Guitars : Pat O'Brien
Bass : Alex Webster
Drums : Paul Mazurkiewicz

Produced and recorded by Pete Robertson
Mixed at Applehead Recording Studios by Pete Robertson and Chris Bittner
Tracks 1,2 and 4-9 recorded at Tampa, May 15th 2010
Tracks 3, 10-12 recorded at Milwaukee on August 17th 2012

Track List:

01. A Skull Full Of Maggots [2:20]
02. Gutted [3:25]
03. I Cum Blood [4:13]
04. Staring Through The Eyes Of The Dead [3:44]
05. Devoured By Vernim [3:20]
06. I Will Kill You [2:53]
07. Pounded Into Dust [2:30]
08. Pit Of Zombies [4:22]
09. The Wretched Spawn [4:06]
10. Make Them Suffer [3:18]
11. Evisceration Plague [4:47]
12. Scourge Of Iron [4:53]

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