Cannibal Corpse ‎– The Bleeding

Metal Blade Records ‎– CDZORRO 67
CD, Album


1 Staring Through The Eyes Of The Dead 3:30
2 Fucked With A Knife 2:16
3 Stripped, Raped And Strangled 3:27
4 Pulverized 3:35
5 Return To Flesh 4:21
6 The Pick-Axe Murders 3:04
7 She Was Asking For It 4:34
8 The Bleeding 4:21
9 Force Fed Broken Glass 5:03
10 An Experiment In Homicide 2:38

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Recorded and mixed at Morrisound Recording, Tampa, FL, from November 12, 1993 to December 3, 1993
Mastered at Fullersound

(The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws)
Washington, DC 20009

(P) (C) 1994 Metal Blade Records
Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 020083 106722
  • Barcode (String): 5020083106722
  • Matrix / Runout: 10276841 01 & MAYKING RECORDS CDZORRO67
  • Label Code: LC 5661
  • Other (Distribution Code France): BM 650
  • Other (The National Organization For The Reform Of Marijuana Laws): N.O.R.M.L.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
3984-14037-2 Cannibal Corpse The Bleeding(CD, Album) Metal Blade Records 3984-14037-2 US 1994 Sell This Version
VICP-60073 Cannibal Corpse The Bleeding(CD, Album, RE) Metal Blade Records VICP-60073 Japan 1997 Sell This Version
3984-14037-4 Cannibal Corpse The Bleeding(Cass, cen) Metal Blade Records 3984-14037-4 Canada 1994 Sell This Version
3984-14037-1 Cannibal Corpse The Bleeding(LP, Album, Ltd, RE) Metal Blade Records 3984-14037-1 US 2016 Sell This Version
3984-14037-2 Cannibal Corpse The Bleeding(CD, Album, Club) Metal Blade Records 3984-14037-2 US 1994 Sell This Version


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April 13, 2018
I have two copies of this, each with censored artwork and titles on the back. However, one copy includes the lyrics, the other does not.


January 22, 2012
edited over 2 years ago

Coming from a musical style which became repetitive, monotonous and stale a year after it became popular, death metal's arguably best-known proponents actually managed to make an album that is none of those things (with exception to popular - The Bleeding is frequently cited as this band's 'best' album.)

The production undoubtedly helps; from what I remember, Cannibal Corpse albums before The Bleeding sounded like mud, accompanied by insistent drumming and unintelligible animal grunts; what is refreshing here is that everything is audible, lyrics are discernible, arrangements are imaginative and the cartoon ultraviolence is amusing. Vocalist Chris Barnes uses different 'voices' to great effect and the guitarists excessive use of trills is impressive.

It was all downhill from here, Barnes left - taking much of the band's personality (and a nifty logo) with him.

I bought this CD when I was fifteen, what I find amusing is that I still have it, I'm in my thirties now, the CD looks out of place in my collection, but I can't get rid of it.