"Kill", their simply, aptly and uncompromisingly titled tenth studio album shows the Florida legend sounding raw, hard and merciless, more so than ever before. Cannibal Corpse haven’t lost any of their (s)kills over the years, providing their numerous fans with a neckbreaking massacre that will have all their peers look up in amazement before they are shred to pieces! Cannibal Corpse kill them all!
Tracklist - Kill
- 1.The time to kill is now
- 2.Make them suffer
- 3.Murder worship
- 4.Necrosadistic warnings
- 5.Five nails through the neck
- 6.Purification by fire
- 7.Death walking terror
- 8.Barbaric bludgeonings
- 9.The discipline of revenge
- 10.Brain removal device
- 12.Submerged in boiling flesh
- 13.Infinite misery
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Cannibal Corpse have always been utter legends of death metal. Throughout their 20 year plus career, they have always had fans of their music, more frequently than not, however, of only a certain portion of their discography (see the Barnes and Corpsegrinder era camps). Regardless of this fact, the stylistic and musical changes evident over the years have, in my opinion never ventured anywhere outside of the brutal brand of death metal they consistently put forth. Kill is a remarkable testament to the fact that the still rolling death plow that is Cannibal Corpse is still capable of producing ferociously talented and quality death metal music. Kill presents thirteen brilliant and individually unique tracks exhibiting schizophrenic songwriting and supreme musical talent delivered by some of the greatest musicians in death metal. Just as the band has managed to stay fresh for so long each song is fresh.
The music is all tied together well and I feel like the drumming helps keep it all afloat, without Paul's drumming the bass and guitar riffs would have been very weak. I wish that Cannibal Corpse had taken a more adventurous approach to this album and involved some more elements that aren't seen in their music but it's hard to complain about a solid album like KILL.
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