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Bleeding (Uncensored) ~ Cannibal Corpse
Bleeding (Uncensored) ~ Cannibal Corpse
5.0 out of 5 stars One Of Their Best, Nov. 17 2003
This is the 4th cannibal Corpse album and it came out in April 1994. Despite that its one their older albums, it still has many songs played live to this day in concert since so many fan favorite are here. It opens with the mid-tempo "Staring Through The Eyes Of The Dead" which had a pretty good video to go with it, which of course MTV didn't have the guts to air, big surprise there!!! Next up is "****** With A Knife" and it really picks up the speed factor, and this one has lyrics that are more similar to the "Tomb Of The Mutilated" album. "Stripped, Raped and Strangled" has one of their most catchy riffs ever and is one of the best songs off the… Read more
Vile (Uncensored) ~ Cannibal Corpse
Vile (Uncensored) ~ Cannibal Corpse
This is the 5th studio album from Cannibal Corpse and it came out in May 1996, at the very end of my senior year. It also marked the debut of George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher who came from another great band, the very under-rated Monstrosity. When it came out many wondered if he had what it took to do the vocals for one of the best death metal bands ever. Well, by the end of opener "Devored By Vermin", we all knew the answer was yes and then some. "Devored By Vermin" also had a great drum intro and showed they were going more for all out brutality and speed as opposed to the more mid-tempo and catchy nature of their previous album "The Bleeding" was… Read more
Bloodthirst (Uncensored) ~ Cannibal Corpse
Bloodthirst (Uncensored) ~ Cannibal Corpse
This is Cannibal Corpse's 7th studio album and came out in October 1999. It opens with "Pounded Into Dust" and "Dead Human Collection" two ultra-fast death metal assults with tons of great guitar shredding and unholy vocals from Corpsegrinder!! The third song "Unleashing The Bloodthirsty" is one of the highlights of the album, with some truly great riffs and a very memorable chorus. The guitar team of Jack Owen and Pat O' Brien really shine on this album. "The Spine Splitter" and "Ecstacy In Deacy" really pick up the tempo yet again, and with "Coffinfeeder" it goes into a *slightly* slower mode with some great riffing and… Read more