Cannibal Corpse

Evisceration Plague

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For the most part, as far as the genre of death metal goes, there is Cannibal Corpse, and there is a bunch of copycats. You know you can always count on this veteran metal act to deliver another brutal offering of extreme metal with each new release (in other words, zero chance of any needless stylistic experimentation -- the lads like things just the way they are). And this especially rings true on their 2009 release, Evisceration Plague. All the expected elements of a solid Cannibal Corpse recording are present -- metronome-like precision drumming, razor-sharp riffing, guttural growls akin to a caveman, and dark lyrics. Go ahead and take a pick of any of the tracks here ("Priests of Sodom," "To Decompose," the title track, etc.), and you're in for an intense metallic onslaught. Evisceration Plague shows that 11 studio releases into their career, Cannibal Corpse remain one gnarly group of metalheads.

Track Listing - Disc 2

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