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Bloodthirst

Cannibal Corpse

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Album Review

Bloodthirst is the seventh full-length album by Cannibal Corpse, and it's rather remarkable how little the band's sound has changed over the course of an entire decade. Sure, their musicianship has gotten a little more polished, and they've perfected their formula a bit more, but it's essentially been the same vibe on every album throughout their career. Bloodthirst is not that much different from the other Cannibal Corpse recording with George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher (which in turn were not an incredible distance removed from the Chris Barnes era); there are the prerequisite detuned grinding guitars, hyperspeed blastbeat drumming, and vocals that sound like Fisher's larynx is being put through a garbage disposal, plus lyrics geared for maximum gore and shock value. The appeal of Bloodthirst, then, is likely to rest on your answer to the question "how much Cannibal Corpse do you really need"? If you enjoy the formula, haven't tired of it, and want to hear more material in the same vein, Bloodthirst is exactly what you're looking for. Otherwise, just get a couple of the Chris Barnes albums.

Customer Reviews

This CD rocks!

I enjoy all of the songs, especially tracks number 3 and 6. Would reccomend for any black metal fan. Their songs are very creative, and unlike some bands, none of them sound too much alike.

Third Degree Brutal

True Cannibal Corpse indeed. This album is a perfect example of all of the grotesque and disturbed things that Cannibal Corpse stands for. With track names such as "Hacksaw Decapitation," and "Raped by the Beast," this album is not for the faint of heart. The music is a bit repetitive. For those who only like Cannibal Corpse in small doses, this album is not for you. Heck, Cannibal Corpse is not for you. Try Backstreet Boys. With blazing fast drumming (and some amazing double bass), extreme guitar, and basically every other instrument redefining hardcore metal, this album truly kick a**. The vocals are deep guttural growls, and are pleasing to the ear in a deeply disturbing sense. If you enjoy this album, you are probably a freak. And probably a freak with excellent taste in death metal.

Great Album

All of you people that claim you like death metal, please, don't make me laugh. Cannibal Corpse was one of the founders of death metal (well at least of the singing style). So if they were a founder of death metal, then how can they "try" to be death metal?

Biography

Formed: 1988 in Buffalo, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

"If vomit were a movie, this would be the soundtrack," wrote one critic of Cannibal Corpse's music, some of the most extreme, violent death metal sounds and subject matter ever committed to tape. Reveling in splatter-horror imagery in their often indecipherable lyrics, the group's graphic album artwork and song titles like "Meat Hook S****y," "Entrails Ripped from a Virgin's C**t," "F****d with a Knife," and so on, have — not surprisingly — attracted a fair amount of controversy and sometimes...
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