Cannibal Corpse

Cannibal Corpse

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Death Metal band formed in Buffalo, New York, 1988.

Cannibal Corpse have accumulated an enormous following since their inception and are officially the top-selling death metal artists of all time in the US. The band have also been accused of "undermining the national character of the United States" and seen their albums and indeed, themselves, banned in several countries. Germany, for example, banned the group from performing all material up to and including Tomb Of The Mutilated until 2006.

Current members:

George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher: vocals (1996-)
Pat O'Brien: guitar (1997-)
Rob Barrett: guitar (1994-1997, 2005-)
Alex Webster: bass (1988-)
Paul Mazurkiewicz: drums (1988-)

Former members:
Chris Barnes: vocals (1988-1995)
Bob Rusay: guitar (1988-1993)
Jack Owen: guitar (1988-2004)
Jeremy Turner: guitar (2004)
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Cannibal Corpse Discography

Albums

3984-14024-4, 14024-4 Cannibal Corpse Eaten Back To Life (Album) Metal Blade Records 3984-14024-4, 14024-4 US 1990 Sell This Version
CAROL MC 2204 Cannibal Corpse Butchered At Birth (Album) Metal Blade Records CAROL MC 2204 US 1991 Sell This Version
CDZORRO 49 Cannibal Corpse Tomb Of The Mutilated (Album) Metal Blade Records CDZORRO 49 UK 1992 Sell This Version
3984-14037-4 Cannibal Corpse The Bleeding (Album) Metal Blade Records 3984-14037-4 US 1994 Sell This Version
MASS 0335 Cannibal Corpse Vile (Album) Metal Blade Records MASS 0335 Poland 1996 Sell This Version
3984-14151-2 Cannibal Corpse Gallery Of Suicide (Album) Metal Blade Records 3984-14151-2 1998 Sell This Version
ROC 003-26, none Cannibal Corpse Bloodthirst (Album) Metal Blade Records ROC 003-26, none Romania 1999 Sell This Version
008 103101 Cannibal Corpse Live Cannibalism (Album) Metal Blade Records 008 103101 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
3984-14390-2 Cannibal Corpse Gore Obsessed (Album) Metal Blade Records 3984-14390-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
UICL 1017-4 Cannibal Corpse The Wretched Spawn (Album) Metal Blade Records UICL 1017-4 US 2004 Sell This Version
3984145602 Cannibal Corpse Kill (Album) Metal Blade Records 3984145602 Canada 2006 Sell This Version
M B025CD Cannibal Corpse Evisceration Plague (Album) Metal Blade Records M B025CD Australia 2009 Sell This Version
3984250111 6 Cannibal Corpse Torture (Album) Metal Blade Records 3984250111 6 US 2012 Sell This Version
DE 17171 Cannibal Corpse A Skeletal Domain (Album) Metal Blade Records DE 17171 South Korea 2014 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

MASS 0075, none Cannibal Corpse Hammer Smashed Face (EP, Single) Metal Blade Records MASS 0075, none Poland 1993 Sell This Version
3984-14303-7 Cannibal Corpse Sacrifice / Confessions(7", Single) Metal Blade Records 3984-14303-7 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
3984-14432-2 Cannibal Corpse Worm Infested (EP, Comp) Metal Blade Records 3984-14432-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
DB030 Cannibal Corpse Make Them Suffer (Live)(Flexi, 7", S/Sided, Ltd) Decibel Flexi Series DB030 US 2013 Sell This Version

Compilations

THRUST013MC Cannibal Corpse Butchered At Birth / Eaten Back To Life(Cass, Comp) Thrust THRUST013MC Australia 1992 Sell This Version
THRUST014MC, none Cannibal Corpse Tomb Of The Mutilated / Hammer Smashed Face(Cass, Comp) Thrust, Metal Blade Records, Shock (2) THRUST014MC, none Australia 1992 Sell This Version
THRUST 027X Cannibal Corpse The Bleeding / Vile(CD, Comp) Thrust THRUST 027X Australia 1996 Sell This Version
RMBD-013 Cannibal Corpse Deadly Tracks (Comp) Rock Records & Tapes (Korea) Ltd., Co. RMBD-013 South Korea 1997 Sell This Version
3984-41010-2 Cannibal Corpse Cannibal Corpse(Box, Comp + 3xCD, Album, RE, Dig + CD, EP, RE, Dig) Metal Blade Records 3984-41010-2 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
3984-14449-2 Cannibal Corpse 15 Year Killing Spree(3xCD, Comp + DVD-V + Box, Ltd) Metal Blade Records 3984-14449-2 US 2003 Sell This Version
3984-15180-2 Cannibal Corpse Dead Human Collection: 25 Years Of Death Metal (Album) Metal Blade Records 3984-15180-2 US 2013 Sell This Version

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extremeclassicvinyl

extremeclassicvinyl

December 23, 2015
Disagree with everyone. Their production gets better and better as does their technicality. If you can't discern the differences between the Corpsegrinder albums you are not listening close enough.
bloodfeast07

bloodfeast07

October 8, 2015
I will agree with this as well. although the reason for this is the departure of chris barnes in my opinion. the first 4 full lengths are really good for death metal releases, and do sound different among the barnes projects(even his vocal styles changed throughout the 1st 4 albums). add corpsegrinder and everything went downhill and fast. I remember watching a cannibal corpse vhs in the late 90's/early 2000's seeing corpsegrinder doing an interview. he went on to say something like he hadn't washed his hair for a week or so on tour and "that's death metal", or some very close dumb shit like that. this mixed with the comment in the same interview about still living at home with his mom was proof that not only was he a complete douche but without barnes they were just a watered down version of what was. butchered at birth is a hands down, must own album if you are a death metal fan. blistering fast blast beats and technical, shredding riffs. the vocals in my opinion are the sickest sounding of the barnes releases. great guest vocals on vomit the soul by glen Benton.
kalishane

kalishane

October 16, 2012
Must agree with Alastis. Sadly must.
Alastis

Alastis

April 2, 2006
edited over 9 years ago
After listening to one track from CC latest effort "Kill" (closing instrumental called "Infinite Misery") I realized that they sound absolutely the same way that they did back in 1991. Nothing, and i mean it - absolutely nothing has changed (except for a line-up). That's precisely their main selling point, I know, but to me it just sounds boring. Nobody is asking them to add keyboard sounds, but a little bit of change, aside from an artwork and lyrics would be nice. Talking about lyrics - I don't think that they are able to shock anyone by now, not even soccer moms, since anyone knows what CC are about lyrically (praising rape, torture and all that fun stuff). Die-hards will buy all of their albums in an instant, but to me CC are akin to circus freaks, who are constantly concerned about staying "true" and "brutal", but forget all that makes music interesting. Professional ? Yes, absolutely. But also mind-numbingly boring for the most part.

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