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on 14 January 2007
Forget the trend of bands wanting to be heavy but cant back it up thats justs horseplay when it comes to Cannibal Corpse.

A 11 track fury of an album lets you look into the twisted minds of the band.

Cannibal Corpse have received a lot of attention and controversy over the years for their song titles alone. But aside from all the over-the-top gross outs of the band's lyrics, the music is really worth checking out. Their relentless combination of neck-snapping death metal beats, sinister detuned guitar riffs, and Cookie Monster vocals is harrowing and fun at the same time, and the execution is better than that of most similar bands. Most impressively, the album remains interesting from front to back, thanks to concise song lengths and a healthy variety of tempos, which alternate from rat-tat-tat machine gun-style onslaughts to chugging mid-tempo mosh sections (check out "Dormant Bodies Bursting" to hear it all in one song). And don't forget about those great song titles; fans won't be disappointed with numbers like "Hatchet to the Head," "Compelled to Lacerate," and the exquisite "Sanded Faceless." This is great stuff. Includes a Metallica cover hidden at the end.
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on 17 March 2002
Cannibal corpse are my fav band and have been for quite a while now,and i have almost everyone of thier albums,all of the previous albums are fantastic to but their is something special about this album,it seams that thier is alot more depth and willing to experiment with death metal music in gore obssesed. any fan of cannibal corpse will love it,and even if you are new to the death metal scene give this cd a go and u wont be dissapointed
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on 23 February 2015
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on 25 July 2013
Gore obsessed is by some(not me) classed as one of cannibal corpses weaker efforts,for me cannibal corpse never released a weak album
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on 8 December 2013
excellent band ... amazing music ... top rated metal band of the century ... artwork amazing ... not for the faint hearted .
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on 29 January 2016
Top rate, punchy album.
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on 22 December 2014
Brilliant album!
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on 15 January 2016
Awesome
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on 7 May 2002
I think their two best albums are Vile and The Bleeding. This album is in my opinion just more of the same and completely fails to add anything new to the genre. Standout track is Pit of Zombies which has some excellent drumming and guitar phrasing. The lyrics are as violent and bloody as ever but you can't help feeling that you heard it all before seven years ago. Death metal as a genre needs originality and innovation and if you're expecting these things then you will be sorely dissapointed. Generic! If you are looking for innovation check out Slayer's Reign in Blood which spawned the genre and is an album that this CD does not come close to matching. Nice artwork though.
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