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What more can be said, in this Year Of The Corpse 2009, that hasn’t already been whispered, grunted or screamed about the almighty Cannibal? They’ve smashed—nay, hammer smashed—every boundary set before them, defied every censor set upon them, and besmirched every country that would have them. After two decades of unending death metal torment, the band’s calling ... Read more in Amazon's Cannibal Corpse Store

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  • Audio CD (27 Mar. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Metal Blade Records
  • ASIN: B000EDWL50
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 24,897 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. R. Silvester on 8 May 2006
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Brutal as hell about sums up this album. The guitars have a different, rawer edge to them, with some fantastic, complex and very catchy riffs. The overall guitar sound is very rough sounding, think serrated, cutting, excessively aggressive....

Vokills are the usual guttural attack and I feel this only adds to the intensity of the album.

There a varying tempos, some tracks are approaching mid tempo in parts, although as usual break neck speed bursts are utilised by the Corpse. Tempo and direction changes only serve to highlight the immense complexity of Kill.

Production is top class with everything sounding ultra clear, in your face and nicely balanced in the mix.

Compared to all their previous releases (I own them all), Kill I feel, represents a raising of already high standards with regards to the technical skills and also sheer unadulterated brutality.

Personally, CC's use of shock tactic type lyrics, real bottom of the barrel stuff, doesn't appeal to me, their music certainly does. Once again suffering, mutilation, torture and gore are the subject matters, but hey this is brutal death, not mainstream charts crap!

Overall Kill is just that, pure violence. If like me you love brutal death metal then I would definitely recommend this one.

If you have an aversion to the lyrics, simply don't read them.

The bottom line is this album is way too good for brutal death metal fans to miss.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr Erasmus J Smit on 27 Mar. 2006
Format: Audio CD
When it comes to Cannibal Corpse, there will always be a contingent who will predictably -- as they do with every act capable of shifting more than five hundred units of an album -- roll their eyes and thumb their noses in a show of ill-conceived elitism whenever the band bring out a new album. Yet, for all the accusations that Cannibal Corpse have become a caricature of their former glory, few can argue over the resolve with which the band continue to stick to their original mission statement: heavier and faster with every album, and never, ever wimping out. It has made them an oddly comforting commodity in a scene where so many fall by the wayside as they desperately try and cotton on to the next big thing, as Cannibal Corpse continue to ramp up the intensity on every successive release and toss in just the necessary number of tweaks along the way to keep things interesting.

So, while In Flames and Arch Enemy continue to ham it up to the delight of the masses, "The Time to Kill Is Now" wastes no time with tawdry introductions as it sets the stage for an unequivocal lesson in the art of true (literally) blood and guts death metal. That the long-serving Jack Owen no longer features as a member doesn't ever enter into the equation, as the band's familiar hallmarks are instantly and continually apparent. There's the nigh on certifiable technicality of "Necrosadistic Warning", the rumbling groove of "Death Walking Terror" and the dense, ominous atmosphere of "Infinite Misery" -- all led by George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher's imposing roar, who quite frankly has always bettered that of his predecessor Chris Barnes, and never more so than here.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mrblack on 4 May 2006
Format: Audio CD
I received this album yesterday. I took my time to prepare the listening experience. I turn on my CD player, then my receiver, put on my studio headphones and then... push play.... "Kiiiiiiiiiill!!!" Yeah, Corpsegridner was there with his unmistakable gutural but somewhat desciphrable voice, Paul blastbeating like hell, Pat with his insane chops and twisted tempo changes, Alex webster solid as ever, and the good old Barret riffing like hell. Musically, they have improved their skills with every album. This one is not the exception.

Cannibal Corpse's back. Something new? No. They have their own style and keep doing what they're good to: Crushing death metal. Lyrics are goriest as ever, and some of them are gonna be new CC classics like the vicious "Maniacal" and "Five nails through the neck"

Recorded by Eric Rutan, "Kill" is a demostratin of true death metal. I got the limited european version of the album, it comes with an extra DVD and a really nice packaging: A thick box with separate plates for the CD and the DVD coming at the time when you push one of them. It worth the extra money and if you have a multi region DVD player it would be a good option instead of the plain american CD.

Get a copy now and prepare to hear one of the best Cannibal Corpse's album. I warned you!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tom on 4 May 2006
Format: Audio CD
Cannibal Corpse eh?
Who would have thought that after 17 or so years this highly provocative and gore obsessed outfit would still be going strong after many long years of media turmoil concerning the content of their songs, album art, Germany labeling them the anti-christ of rock music, and various bans to playing live in said Germany, Australia and God knows where else. Add to that, for combined sales they are a platinum selling group, and you've got the most improbable story of a death metal band ever told. And my Dad said it "was just a phase" back in 1990 ha ha ha...
Kill IS Cannibal Corpse. It sums up the band's out-look on the death metal world quite perfectly. A more brutal and revamped "Wretched Spawn", with more close knit playing, slabs of unrelenting blasting and Fisher's death growls abounding, punctuated by his super long screams of torture.
For those who like their death metal straight to the point this is the album for you in 2006!! No intro type fade ins, no accoustic preludes, and no build ups, its just straight in, start to finish, bludgeon you into the floor and keep kicking death metal. Of Course, you may be someone who likes it all a bit mixed up. Fair play to you. Go and get your Opeth cds out and listen to them. Kill is for those days when you've had enough of being happy, and you just want to let go.
As usual the lyrics are suitably nasty but not half as shocking as previous outings. The majority of the words on the Kill are more to do with bad feelings and very very angry violence. The most typical "CC" songs on here are 'Necrosadistic Warning', 'Five Nails Through the Neck' and 'Brain Removal Device'. All with their fair share of gore, hacked bodies and buckets of blood.
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