Cannibal Corpse don't make bad albums. They make disgusting albums. They make nauseating albums. They make putrid albums. But they don't make bad ones. In June, George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher and cohorts hit Florida's Mana Recording Studios with producer, engineer and new full-time guitarist Erik Rutan (Hate Eeternal) to record the death-metal pioneers' 15th full-length, the follow-up to 2017's Red Before Black. Today (February 2nd), they offered up the first sample of said assuredly gruesome new slab, titled Violence Unimagined, and due out April 16th via Metal Blade. Blast "Inhumane Harvest" above and windmill-headbang like Corpsegrinder if you can.
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