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Kill - Cannibal Corpse

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Genre: Hard Rock & Metal - Death Metal / Artist: Cannibal Corpse / Audio CD released 2007-01-01 at METALBLADE

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      17.04.2008 18:44
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      Cannibal Corpse's tenth album (2006).

      The most recent Cannibal Corpse release to date, 'Kill' surprised no one with its pounding drums, roaring guitars and enthusiastically rasped vocals, all sounding exactly the same as the band's other albums. But slightly different, because this time, producer Erik Rutan has increased the volume across the board and you can actually hear the guitar playing alongside Corpsegrinder's vocals, in all its mediocre glory.

      There's a lyrical change too, which is only minor but still fairly substantial considering that the majority of this band's large fan base was doubtless attracted for the extreme gore of the lyrics (I guess they could have gained their immense popularity purely due to the musical quality, but that seems a little far-fetched). Rather than focusing on blood and guts - which they have presumably run out of ideas for, this far down the line - the focus is more traditionally death metal in its themes of carnage and violence, reminiscent of Malevolent Creation. And just in case the album cover doesn't scream its title at you with enough intensity, Corpsegrinder makes sure to remind you with an over-zealous, maniacal opening.

      1. The Time to Kill Is Now
      2. Make Them Suffer
      3. Murder Worship
      4. Necrosadistic Warning
      5. Five Nails Through the Neck
      6. Purification By Fire
      7. Death Walking Terror
      8. Barbaric Bludgeonings
      9. The Discipline of Revenge
      10. Brain Removal Device
      11. Maniacal
      12. Submerged in Boiling Flesh
      13. Infinite Misery (Instrumental)

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      Disc #1 Tracklisting
      1 Time To Kill Is Now
      2 Make Them Suffer
      3 Murder Workshop
      4 Necrosadistic Warning
      5 Five Nails Through The Neck
      6 Purification By Fire
      7 Death Walking Terror
      8 Barbaric Bludgeonings
      9 Brain Removal Device
      10 Maniacal
      11 Submerged In Boiling Flesh
      12 Infinite Misery