“Cannibal Corpse”

Cannibal Corpse Very Appropriately Grace the Cover of Decibel Magazine’s Zombie Issue

Haha, get it? Because zombies ARE cannibal corpses! Seriously though, everyone’s favorite death metal band will be on the cover of Decibel Magazine’s upcoming zombie issue. What a zombie issue of a metal music magazine would entail, I’m not so sure. However, the issue promises to feature what author Chris Dick refers to as a “corpse dissertation” including an in-depth

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Rape Isn’t Edgy and Neither Is Your Band

Today, I got a message in my inbox about a super cool Ukrainian band by the name of Date Rape that just released their debut album. I’m used to posturing, pseudo-edgy band names with violent imagery – Death, Cannibal Corpse, and Decapitated come to mind first – but Date Rape?

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CANNIBAL CORPSE FROM THE FRONT ROW!

On January 22nd, Cannibal Corpse played a crushing set at The Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Luckily, the awesome HVYMTLMOM was there to bring us killer live footage from the front row! The band’s set list included: “Evisceration Plague”, “The Time to Kill Is Now”, “Disfigured”, “Death Walking Terror”, “I Cum Blood”, “Sentenced to Burn”, “Gutted”, “Fucked With a

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CANNIBAL CORPSE TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM

Cannibal Corpse is gearing up for the release of their 12th studio album Torture this March via Metal Blade Records.  The album, a follow-up to 2009’s Evisceration Plague  marks the bands latest progression in their sound. Produced by Hate Eternal’s Erik Rutan,  Torture, according to drummer Paul Mazurkiewicz  is “the frenzied attack of Butchered At Birth  or Tomb Of The Mutilated, that infuses the

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CANNIBAL CORPSE FROM THE FRONT ROW!

On January 22nd, Cannibal Corpse played a crushing set at The Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Luckily, the awesome HVYMTLMOM was there to bring

CANNIBAL CORPSE TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM

Cannibal Corpse is gearing up for the release of their 12th studio album Torture this March via Metal Blade Records.  The album, a follow-up to 2009’s Evisceration Plague