Cannibal Corpse Eaten Back to Life
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Shuyin
June 15th 2012


12293 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

m/

TurnedInsideOut
August 22nd 2012


6 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

This is a great Death Metal record, Born In A Casket will be your new favorite song if you've never heard it before,

SERIOUSLY..

Hawks
September 24th 2012


36126 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Finally listened to this one. Really good.

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Insurrection
Contributing Reviewer
September 24th 2012


22353 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

pretty decent

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YUJOS
November 22nd 2012


971 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Lol

Shuyin
November 22nd 2012


12293 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

dude yea dude, wtf dude, its a classic dude, omg

FR33L0RD
April 19th 2013


1468 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

An important album & band for all those digging dedicated metal heads out-there.

Cowlick035
June 4th 2013


31 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

FUUUUUUUUCK YOU and your kind.

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Shuyin
June 4th 2013


12293 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

yea

ScuroFantasma
November 9th 2013


2883 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

more I listen to this the better it gets



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tempest--
November 9th 2013


15458 Comments


drums are really sloppy on this release but otherwise it's pretty good

haven't listened to it in years

ScuroFantasma
November 9th 2013


2883 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It grows on you, Chris Barnes > Corpsegrinder imo

KILL
December 10th 2013


73037 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

he tortures his patients through eviiiiiiiiiil



MEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAANS



dndndndndn

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BigPleb
December 10th 2013


39967 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

WHEELED IN ON A CARRRRRT

Fozzie
February 20th 2014


392 Comments


A mediocre debut. This can be categorized more as extreme thrash opposed to pure death metal. It's interesting to see how Cannibal Corpse evolved after this release.

The drumming is a downer of the record as it's quite repetitive and lifeless. Paul was never the best drummer in death metal, but did have some memorable moments on later albums. He rarely mixes it up on this record, playing with the hi-hat some and his awful sounding bass drum. There are few blasts to be found.

Alex Webster's bass is prominent on the album, but for the most part he just follows the guitar.

The guitar leads on this album are forgettable wank. Cannibal Corpse only has a few decent leads in their catalog, being found on albums such as The Bleeding and Vile.

The vocals here are quite different from the next 3 albums as Barnes had not found his signature style. His vocal delivery here is dry, raspy, and definitely more rooted in thrash. Barnes has a few moments on the album, one being halfway through A Skull Full Of Maggots, where he gives a throaty razor blade delivery. He also sounds pretty good on Edible Autopsy and Buried In The Backyard where he closes out the album with a short, but decent enough growl.

This album sounds quite dated and can get repetitive after a few listens. Rarely do I spin this anymore and when I do it's only for a few specific tracks.

Top 3:

Shredded Humans
A Skull Full Of Maggots
Edible Autopsy

SnakeDelilah
February 20th 2014


10446 Comments


shut up

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branflakes911
February 20th 2014


127 Comments


You know about soundoffs right? As in, stop using comment threads to spout off.



ScuroFantasma
February 21st 2014


2883 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Hack, Slice, Chop, Carve, Rip and Tear! Toss em all into a saaaaaaaack

DreamingWithTheDead
June 23rd 2014


207 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I can't get enough of the sloppiness on this thing.

Hawks
June 23rd 2014


36126 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Rules.



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