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Tomb Of The Mutilated Import


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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 (4 Mar 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Rainbow
  • ASIN: B000001C5Z
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 314,425 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hammer Smashed Face
2. I Cum Blood
3. Addicted To Vaginal Skin
4. Split Wide Open
5. Necropedophile
6. The Cryptic Stench
7. Entrails Ripped From A Virgin's Cunt
8. Post Mortal Ejaculation
9. Beyond The Cemetary

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Samuel Hunt on 9 Feb 2007
Format: Audio CD
A 5-star rating is nowhere near an over-reaction to an amazing piece of musical brutality.

Tomb... couldn't have opened with a better song; Hammer Smashed Face. Hammer is probably the closest Cannibal Corpse got to a hit; it was featured on Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, they released it on single, and is arguably their most well-known song. Without conforming to the herd, Hammer is easily one of the best songs on the album, and personally I would go as far as to say it is a death metal classic.

For obvious reasons I can't disclose the song titles, despite the artwork being shown. But to pick a favourite song, it would either have to be track 6, The Cryptic Stench, or track 7, Post Mortal E**********, respectively. Both contain an immense essence of brutality and superb musicianship, typical of Cannibal Corpse.

Obviously, if you pick a Cannibal Corpse album, it's going to be heavy. But Tomb withholds an overwhelming essence of immensity and brutality, and one that, in my opinion, they haven't quite equalled again. Given that it is the third CC album, they have had time to mature musically since Eaten Back to Life (which is a great album nonetheless, but more raw than Tomb) and advance in songwriting and musician skills.

But a big credit has to be owed to legendary Scott Burns' production skills of the equally legendary Morrisound Studios, in the death metal landmark Tampa, FL. The result makes it feel as if every single square millimetre of the speaker has burst into a fit, blasting out this sheerly brutal, heavy-as-F legendary piece of death metal.

This album is easily one of the best death metal albums recorded. This album should be a staple of your musical repertoire, period.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 17 Jun 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is probably Cannibal Corpses best cd. It isn't as accessible as the later ones but has the best lyrics and simply grows on you like a malignant tumor. A lot of weak minded people are offended by the lyrics, c'mon people, these guys are just exploring the depths of the potential carnal nature that exists in all humans, they are expressing creativity which is more than I can say for just about all mainstream music. Not to mention its... funny. So if you are thinking about buying a Cannibal Corpse cd or any death metal cd look no further because it doesn't get much better.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "brasshande" on 9 Jun 2005
Format: Audio CD
Obviously, to most people, the most well-known thing about this album are the song titles, particularly the infamous track 7 (I'm sure the good people at Amazon would be compelled to censor it if I typed it in even though it's printed at the top of this page). However, that regrettably overshadows the fact that this is actually one hell of a good Death Metal album. The stand out tracks are, for me at least, the unmentionable number 7, and the opener, Hammer Smashed Face. Just check out that bass solo! As for the rest, it's textbook Cannibal Corpse; nice meaty riffs, the occasional solo, plenty of blastbeats and, of course, Chris Barnes' lower-than-thou vocal delivery. Yes, I know, George Fisher is a far better Death Metal vocalist, but Chris did have a nice style of his own, which he is regrettably no longer using in the appalling Six Feet Under! Besides, he does (or at least did) write some of the best Death Metal lyrics going! Basically, if you're keen on your Death Metal, you want to check this out if you haven't already, it's a piece of history, and worth it just to have a look at the lyric sheet. Also, the cover art's pretty cool as well, but I probably shouldn't mention it!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By cla1dwa@leeds.ac.uk on 26 Oct 2001
Format: Audio CD
tomb of the mutilated was cannibal corpses best album by some distance when released as they're third in 1992. the musicianship was superb, the lyrics more extreme, the artwork more offensive. however, when looking back and listening once more, the most obvious point raised is how much more cannibal corpse have progressed as a band. changes have been made for the better, and anyone used to the crisp, supertight riffing and solo work of pat o'brien will be let down by the occasional muddy nature of bob rusays work, although in all honesty, the progress made in production does help o'briens cause. however, the change of vocalist is the major one, and frankly, george 'corpsegrinder' fisher destroys chris barnes in the ferocity stakes. listen to hammer smashed face on this and then on live cannibalism. take note of how fisher actually sounds as though he's bothered about what he is saying, as opposed to barne's droning low growl and occasional hiss. the bass playing of alex webster, arguably the bands most proficient player now, sounds practised and promising. nowadays, the man is one of the greatest bass guitarists in the world, and i really mean that. a bassist can play for a month and have wonderwall mastered. they could play for a lifetime and not get close to websters solo on hammer smashed face. overall, buy it to remind yourselves of when you thought you could be as good as these guys. then dig out bloodthirst or gallery of suicide and start thinking again.
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Format: Audio CD
Obviously, to most people, the most well-known thing about this album are the song titles, particularly the infamous track 7 (I'm sure the good people at Amazon would be compelled to censor it if I typed it in even though it's printed at the top of this page). However, that regrettably overshadows the fact that this is actually one hell of a good Death Metal album. The stand out tracks are, for me at least, the unmentionable number 7, and the opener, Hammer Smashed Face. Just check out that bass solo! As for the rest, it's textbook Cannibal Corpse; nice meaty riffs, the occasional solo, plenty of blastbeats and, of course, Chris Barnes' lower-than-thou vocal delivery. Yes, I know, George Fisher is a far better Death Metal vocalist, but Chris did have a nice style of his own, which he is regrettably no longer using in the appalling Six Feet Under! Besides, he does (or at least did) write some of the best Death Metal lyrics going! Basically, if you're keen on your Death Metal, you want to check this out if you haven't already, it's a piece of history, and worth it just to have a look at the lyric sheet. Also, the cover art's pretty cool as well, but I probably shouldn't mention it!!!
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