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Cannibal Corpse ‎– Centuries of Torment: The First 20 Years

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  • Format: NTSC, Color, DVD-Video, Dolby, Surround Sound
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • Release Date: Aug. 30 2011
  • Run Time: 420 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00197THQG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #50,355 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Disc 1 1-1 Intro 14:35 1-2 Demo 24:27 1-3 Eaten Back to Life 11:18 1-4 Butchered at Birth 16:47 1-5 Tomb of the Mutilated 19:46 1-6 The Bleeding 22:52 1-7 Vile 14:04 1-8 Gallery of Suicide 4:00 1-9 Bloodthirst 1:55 1-10 Gore Obsessed / The Wretched Spawn 13:41 1-11 Kill 31:26 Disc 2 2-1 Unleashing the Bloodthirsty 4:27 2-2 Murder Worship 4:04 2-3 Disposal of the Body 2:10 2-4 The Time to Kill Is Now 2:20 2-5 Disfigured 3:27 2-6 Death Walking Terror 3:49 2-7 Covered With Sores 3:55 2-8 Born in a Casket 3:23 2-9 I Cum Blood 4:19 2-10 Decency Defied 3:37 2-11 Make Them Suffer 3:18 2-12 Dormant Bodies Bursting 2:36 2-13 Five Nails Through the Neck 3:57 2-14 Devoured by Vermin 4:43 2-15 Hammer Smashed Face 4:30 2-16 Stripped, Raped and Strangled 4:44 2-17 Puncture Wound Massacre 2:29 2-18 Sentenced to Burn 3:31 2-19 Fucked With a Knife 3:02 2-20 Psychotic Precision 3:25 2-21 Pulverized 3:30 2-22 Pounded into Dust 2:19 2-23 The Wretched Spawn 4:14 2-24 The Spine Slitter 3:36 2-25 Dead Human Collection 2:51 2-26 Mummified in Barbed Wire 3:40 2-27 Entrails Ripped from a Virgin's Cunt 4:41 2-28 Pulverized 3:39 2-29 Shredded Humans 5:10 2-30 Rotting Head 2:50 2-31 Staring Through the Eyes of the Dead 3:29 2-32 Devoured by Vermin 3:12 2-33 Sentenced to Burn 3:06 2-34 Decency Defied 3:04 2-35 Make Them Suffer 2:50 2-36 Death Walking Terror 3:52 2-37 Stripped, Raped and Strangled 2007 4:34 Disc 3 3-1 Compelled to Illustrate 10:55 3-2 Every Ban Broken 9:58 3-3 Covered With Ink 1:34 3-4 Maniacal Merch 2:40 3-5 Relentless Touring 29:10 3-6 Word Infested 9:04 3-7 Sickening Metalocalypse 3:44 3-8 Diverse Offerings 6:17 3-9 Staring Through the Eyes of the Band 32:26 3-10 Kill Crane 4:58

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I'll keep this review to the point.

This DVD series is simply one of the very best documentary videos ever made on heavy metal and about music and musicians in general, right up there with "Metal: a Headbanger's Journey." But the great thing about it is that it's over 4 hours long (if you include the bonus chunks). Absolutely fascinating stuff about death metal, heavy metal, the birth of the death metal scene, musicianship in this genre... and of course Cannibal Corpse!

You'll probably want to watch this over and over like I did, and keep picking up great stuff every time.

There are lots of interviews with heavy metal artists in many genres, including from the bands: Nevermore, Anthrax, Nile, Cynic, Kataklysm, Amon Amarth, Red Dahlia Murder, Monstrosity, Obituary... and many more, even the unlikely rapper Ice T. is there sharing his own thoughts about Cannibal Corpse (apparently he's a fan himself!).

The production is top-notch and the live performance DVD also has some great parts.

I recommend "Centuries of Torment" to any heavy metal or death metal fan, or anyone curious about music in general.

Warning: it will probably turn you in to a raving Cannibal Corpse fan by the end!
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where do i start...well they haven't forgotten anything by explaining a thorough history of the band..after a Headbanger's Journey documentary...i believe this is one of the best or the best DVD and history explanation i've seen ..specially the fact that they have 3 DVDs..just unbelievable gems...anyhow great buy for sure for any Metal fans.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Don't expect Live Cannibalism 2 or anything of that nature July 9 2008
By Michael - Published on
Like the title of the review says, Centuries Of Torment isn't meant to be Live Cannibalism 2. So if that's what you're expecting, you're likely to be disappointed. It's more like what 15 Year Killing Spree was, but more of a visual history of the band. Disc 1 is a 3 hour documentary on 20 years of the band, from the early days to today. All of the members, old and current are featured (with the exception of guitarist Bob Rusay), including original vocalist Chris Barnes. 20 years seems like a lot to cram in, and 3 hours is a long time, but if you're patient, it's worth viewing. Disc 2 has live performances from 1989 to 2007. I've loved both eras of the band, but the more recent footage shown is better not because of the performance, but the audio quality. You're kinda reminded of Monolith Of Death when you're watching the older footage on here. While that dvd wasn't a total disaster, it wasn't worth buying. The more recent footage from 2005-2007 is where the quality improves. The Toronto 2006 show is probably my favorite one eventhough the sound is tinny at first, but it improves by the middle of the second song. Second favorite performance is Party.San 2005. If you didn't get enough from the first disc, Disc 3 shows extra footage where they talk about artist Vince Locke, the ban on their first three albums, fan tattoos, Metalocalypse, merch, lyrics, and more. I'm sure that there may be some stuff missing from the documentary, but then it'd probably end up being 4 hours long. Either way, if you're a fan, buy this now.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Everything a Cannibal Corpse fan would want July 12 2008
By G. Gatta - Published on
This DVD set has everthing a fan of this band would want. First Disc 1 has one of the best history segment I have seen since Iron Maiden's Early Years. It talks in great detail the beginnings of the band and each describing each album almost fully.(KIss should do a histry like this) Disc 2 has great live and videos through the years.Disc 3 is also entertaining and quite amusing at times. Don't pass this one by!!!!
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If you don't get this, Corpsegrinder will have to kill you. July 13 2008
By Nick Heller - Published on
Bassist Alex Webster is right: this 3-disk set will keep the CC fan occupied until the next comes out next year. I've been a huge CC fan for years, but this DVD will give any CC expert a run for their money.

The first disk covers the band's history in exhaustive detail. It'll eliminate any confusion about who was in which band before they formed Cannibal. It gives a pretty balanced look behind the reasons for Chris getting kicked out of the band (both the band and Chris himself wanted Chris out). The history is organized by album; musicianship gets lots of coverage here.

The 2nd disk has various CC performances, couple of which are almost entire shows. The rest of the shows are little snippets, some being just one song. It does have all of the music videos, thus negating the need for pixel-y youtube versions. Plus it has Travis from Black Dahlia Murder singing "Stripped, Raped, and Strangled" with George (definitely the highlight).

The 3rd disk has lots of killer bonuses. It contains in-depth discussions of the artwork and the lyrics. The Metalocalypse bit should have been longer; there wasn't any footage of George recording his lines in the booth. The disk does have lots of entertaining tour stories (Rob almost blowing up with the RV, playing in Jonny Depp's Viper for Cher's son's birthday...), and also shows band members living out their personal lives. You may see George is many things, but I think you may see him as more of a peter-pan than a death metal vocalist after viewing this disk. Oh, and there's an amusing claymation short that incorporates a lot of the covers--butchered at birth being the "star" of the short.

In short, every hardcore CC fan (am I covering the entire fanbase here?) should have this! Great performances, and you'll get a deeper insight into the twisted minds of the band.
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4.0 out of 5 stars One of the most thorough band DVDs I've seen July 29 2008
By Torniojaws - Published on
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As soon as I saw the contents of the DVD a few months before the release, it was clear that this could be one of the best band-related DVDs there is. For me, the best is definitely Evergrey's A Night to Remember, with the hours upon hours of studio work, backstage footage and interviews, all wrapped up with a very good live show.

Centuries of Torment comes very close to that level, but unfortunately it is the live show part that falls ever so slightly short. Personally I've never been a fan of compilation live footage, with material from several different shows with constantly changing audio/video quality. If you prefer it like that, this is a nice DVD. It has clips from many different years and places with few tracks appearing twice. I was horrified when the main girth of the live shows, the Toronto 2006 show, started off in extremely poor sound quality. Luckily the sound picked up after a few songs. Maybe they had technical problems at the mixing/recording desk?

But the interviews and history told by the band themselves, and pretty much anyone who ever had something to do with the band, really makes up for the slight live show troubles. This is definitely one of the most thorough band DVDs I've seen, including the Evergrey one. Nothing is left untouched, and the Bonus Chunks part really goes out there with the bizarre tidbits - delicious!

Overall for the price (especially ordering from Finland, with the Euro being very strong vs. the US Dollar), this is simply an awesome package. The packaging artwork and holographic coating is also very cool, wrapping up this piece into one great release!
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4.0 out of 5 stars great retrospective from a pioneering band Nov. 29 2012
By MetalforLifeTX - Published on
Its about time CC release some sort of bio or documentary about their history. Ever since 1995, most of the younger generation havent even known who the REAl CC is. They have no idea how integral chris barnes was to Cannibal Corpse's original sound. After wathcing this entire DVD set, I cant see how anybody could not agree that CC '88-'95 was and will always be superior to the current CC band. george Corpsegrinder is a good singer but he cannot sing the early material worth a hoot. Any songs he sings from the 1st 4 albums his growls are totally watered down and sound nothing like barnes. Why do you think the band never plays songs like beyond the cemetary or split wide open with george? Because his growls are simply not low and brutal enough. Under the rotted flesh, entrails ripped, buried in the backyard, you wont ever hear these songs sung by the current CC cause corpsegrinder cannot sing those at all, which is a shame cause that was the best music CC ever wrote. Edible Autopsy..the list goes on and on. Corpsegrinder cannot sing these songs right. To corpsegrinder's credit the new material sounds great and this band has never released a bad album, but for the live shows, the old classics from the 1st 4 records sound weak without Barnes. Hearing Six feet under play hammer smashed face makes CC sound like a cover band when they play it.