Cannibal Corpse Shares New Music Video for “Necrogenic Resurrection”


Death Metal legends Cannibal Corpse released their new album Violence Unimagined on April 16th 2021, via Metal Blade Records (review here). The band shared their new video for the single “Necrogenic Resurrection” (directed by frequent collaborator David Brodsky // http://www.mgenyc.com), which you can watch below. Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Cannibal Corpse – Violence Unimagined


 

Back with another album cover deemed unsuitable for public consumption, it’s nice to see death metal legends Cannibal Corpse still shocking the squeamish and easily offended. Having to replace controversial artwork with something a little more palatable had almost become a tradition at one time but the new record Violence Unimagined (Metal Blade) is the first time the band has actually been deemed worthy of censorship since 2012.

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Cannibal Corpse Shares New Music Video for “Inhumane Harvest”


Death Metal legends Cannibal Corpse previously announced their new album Violence Unimagined releasing April 16th 2021, via Metal Blade Records. The band shared their new single “Inhumane Harvest” – and now has David Brodsky-directed video for the track! Check it out!
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Cannibal Corpse Releases New Single, Announces New Album, and Welcomes Erik Rutan on Guitar


Death Metal legends Cannibal Corpse have formally announced April 16th as the release date of their 15th studio album, Violence Unimagined, via Metal Blade Records. The band shared their new single “Inhumane Harvest” – which debuted on SiriusXM Liquid Metal show, and you can hear it below. The band has also announced Hate Eternal frontman and producer Erik Rutan as a permanent member of the band, replacing Pat O’Brien who has been on hiatus from the band following personal issues. Pre-orders are also live for the new album at the link below.
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Cannibal Corpse Taps Erik Rutan Of Hate Eternal To Fill In For Pat O’Brien


Cannibal Corpse have announced that Erik Rutan of Hate Eternal will fill in for guitarist Pat O’Brien he deals with his personal issues. Rutan will tour Decibel Magazine Tour and the upcoming US leg of Slayer’s final tour happening this May joined by Lamb of God, and Amon Amarth. This won’t be the first time these death metal powerhouses have worked together; Rutan has produced four albums with Cannibal Corpse (Kill, Evisceration Plague, Torture, Red Before Black, all Metal Blade) and is uniquely equipped to fill the role – he is one of the death metal’s most acclaimed guitarists and is known for his time as part of Morbid Angel (who are co-headlining the Decibel tour alongside Cannibal) throughout the 90s and early 2000s, as well as handling vocals/guitars and production duties for Hate Eternal.Continue reading


Hate Eternal – Upon Desolate Sands


Oh look, Hate Eternal has a new album on the way. Sweet, let’s see how long it takes before I run out of adjectives to describe brutal Death Metal. On Upon Desolate Sands (Season of Mist) I think I made it to ‘Portal of Myriad’ only to realize I was running on fumes. I’m not sure what kind of pact Erik Rutan struck up with Cthulu, but it’s given him access to enough pulverizing song ideas to power seven long-players and produce countless Death Metal standouts.Continue reading


Black Fast To Enter Mana Studios This Week


HELL YES. St. Louis thrashers Black Fast will enter Mana Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida this week with veteran producer Erik Rutan to begin work on the follow up to 2015’s Terms of Surrender. Continue reading


Cannibal Corpse – Red Before Black


Hold on to your intestines. Buffalo’s finest (via Florida), Cannibal Corpse, are back to shred your organs, peel your skin, and violate your ears in the vilest, sickest ways possible with new album Red Before Black.Continue reading


Goatwhore – Vengeful Ascension


The last twenty years have been quite an eventful ride for guitarist Sammy Duet. When his first (proper) band, legendary Louisiana swamp monsters Acid Bath, split up due to the untimely death of bassist Audie Pitre, he began work on a new project – Goatwhore.Continue reading