Crushing! Absolutely crushing! Decibel Magazine brought an incredibly evil tour headlined by Behemoth last year and a massive celebration for their 100th issue with Converge and Pig Destroyer this past weekend, but the publication has outdone itself once again with a 2013 tour featuring Cannibal Corpse, Napalm Death and many more.
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Cannibal Corpse have been delivering death metal to the masses since 1988, which means that 2013 will mark the band's 25th anniversary.
The group just wrapped up their 2012 activity by completing the 'Torture Tour' last week and now will focus on celebrating a quarter century as a band next year.
In one of the funniest pieces of death metal history, Cannibal Corpse were featured in the Jim Carrey classic comedy 'Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.' Making his way through the crowd of metalheads, Carrey tossed around hilarious lines such as 'I think Uncle Fester is looking for you," before hopping onstage with Cannibal Corpse.
The road warriors of Cannibal Corpse are set to beat you into an unrecognizable, eviscerated puddle of guts once again, as the brutal death metal forerunners have just announced a U.S. winter tour. With the array of destruction coming to the U.S. during the remainder of 2012, we keep insisting that the tours couldn't get any heavier, but with Misery Index and Hour of Penance joining Corpse on the road, we were proven wrong.
There are but a few songs released in the 21st Century that can already be called legitimate classics. In the case of Cannibal Corpse, who have been death metal leaders since 1988, the band has achieved in writing a track, which only six years after its release, is considered an extreme metal classic.
The 2012 Summer Slaughter Festival tour is an all-embracing showcase of everything extreme. With an incredibly eclectic and brutal lineup consisting of Cannibal Corpse, Between the Buried and Me, Periphery, Goatwhore, Exhumed and more, there was no way in hell we were going to miss the New York City date.
'Hammer Smashed Face,' 'Force-Fed Broken Glass,' 'Sanded Faceless' -- these are just a few of the charming song titles that death metal legends Cannibal Corpse have used throughout their career. Having been vilified for their gore-encrusted style of brutal death metal, which is well documented in the film 'Metal: A Headbanger's Journey,' Cannibal Corpse bassist and creative lynchpin Alex Webster may seem an unlikely candidate for a pleasant and mindful discussion to some, but those naysayers couldn't be more incorrect.