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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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  • Vinyl (12 Mar 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Metal Blade Records
  • ASIN: B007429ULW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 368,177 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Demented Aggression
2. Sarcophagic Frenzy
3. Scourge of Iron
4. Encased in Concrete
5. As Deep As the Knife Will Go
6. Intestinal Crank
7. Followed Home Then Killed
8. The Strangulation Chair
9. Caged... Contorted
10. Crucifier Avenged
11. Rabid
12. Torn Through

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Nick D on 13 Mar 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
On 2008's career retrospective `Centuries of Torment' George `Corpsegrinder' Fisher (vocals) observed when they finally call it quits he is likely to have neck problems from all the years of head banging. Cannibal Corpse have been in existence for almost 25 years and there is no end in sight. Like the undead they seem destined to forever roam this planet, slowly evolving their sound with each new album. In the last decade CC has gone from strength to strength. 2003 saw them become the first Death Metal act to reach sales of over one million discs, album No 10 `KILL' (2006) took the band to new levels of critical acclaim and 2009's `Evisceration Plague' entered the billboard 200 at #66 their highest ever position.

Of course album sales do not equate to music quality and while it's arguable if they've since released anything as essential as `Tomb of the Mutilated' or `The Bleeding' this is a band that has made a career of producing albums of ever increasing quality. Recorded late 2011 at Sonic Ranch studios Texas (Gore Obsessed, The Wretched Spawn) as well as Mana Studios Florida (KILL, Evisceration Plague) album no 12 `Torture' is the 3rd to be produced by Erik Rutan. In recent interviews Alex Webster (bass) explained that a lot of effort had been made to ensure each song had it's own unique identity and compared to the two previous albums this is indeed the facet of Torture that defines it above anything else.

As album opener `Demented Aggression' kicks in the first thing you notice is the rich production and depth of sound. This one has a thrashy feel. It's not quite CC at full force- not quite `Hammer Smashed Face' or `The Time to Kill is Now' but it's a nice warm up.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Nicholas Hopkins on 12 Mar 2012
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I really was bracing myself for a letdown. After so many years of blasting it out I kinda had it in my head that Alex, George and co would come up with a painted-by-numbers album, just a reason to tour.

I'm soooo happy to report that Torture was a joy from beginning to end and has had me grinning like a zombified cheshire cat on the train whilst listening to it.

If you love DM you will love this. It has some killer riffs, crazy rhythms, truly gut wrenching vocals...and that BASS!?!?

So good to have the boys back :)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kyle Gray on 12 Mar 2012
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How twenty plus years into their career they only proceed to get MORE brutal is unbelievable. The inventiveness goes up a notch on this album (though don't expect to hear an acoustic track!) and the fact that Pat O'Brien and Rob Barrett contribute as much to this album as Alex Webster gives the album a more diverse feel. Possibly their most consistent album yet.

Demented Aggression is as good a track as any to kick off an album and we're thrown right into brutality and the ears are assaulted relentless til the end track! As Deep As the Knife Will Go is an instant classic and will no doubt be a setlist regular, possibly the best on the album. Scourge of Iron fools you with a thrash intro but is the obligatory slow showstopper, in keeping with Death Walking Terror/Evisceration Plague of the last two albums and possibly Pat's best solo maybe? However it probably comes too early on in the album.

There are a few nods to old school Corpse on this offering, Crucifier Avenged stood out as sounding similar to Butchered At Birth's Meat Hook Sodomy. Alex Webster fanatics like me will be pleased to hear the bass break on The Strangulation Chair is UNREAL and the bass outro to the relentlessly fast Rabid is awesome! Another standout moment is the hook to Followed Home then Killed (possibly second best track) is tripped out, unlike anything I've heard from Corpse yet.

No high screams from George here but the deep vocals are on form and packs the usual standard of relentless and unbelievable speed and brutality. The sheer musicianship on offer here is astounding, every band member gels together perfectly to make one of the most devastating collective band of musicians in metal today. Highly recommended!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 11 Jun 2012
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I was really looking forward to the release of this album, after Evisceration Plague, which was Ok not great but a few good ones.

Imaginative, Innovative, Technical Brilliance and A 'Classic' are all words which CANT describe this album. Technical, yes, Brilliant, NO. I Am a huge Corpse fan and have all of there other releases, Best of which in my opinion are Bloodthirst, KILL and Wretched Spawn.

But since Cannibal have used the same producer for the last couple albums they seem to have become boring and worst of all predictable. Most of the tracks sound very similar. I did not at any point find myself growling along whether I knew the words or not, not like when The Bleeding or Bloodthirst were released.

Don't get me wrong, the technical elements are very good, but there are a million and one different Tech Death bands around especially with a new Decapitated release on the sleeves. There isn't even any change in pace really. I know that same fans will be like "faster the better, thats BRUTAL". But one of my favorite songs is 'When Death Replaces Life', an awesome grinder of a song. But they just dont seem to do that anymore.

Buy the album if you want to own everything, but to be honest save your money and just download Track 11, its only good one on there. I wish I had.
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