Cannibal Corpse Gallery of Suicide
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zakalwe
July 23rd 2014


26677 Comments


It's you in two years dude if you don't find a bird.

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BigPleb
July 23rd 2014


57460 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Can't grow my hair that long dude.

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Fozzie
February 3rd 2015


504 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

Easily their worst album. Very boring and a huge drop in quality after Vile.



This is the first album with Pat O'Brien who is a monster guitar player in his own right, however his talents aren't reflected on this album. He has few writing credits, and all but one track are very average songs.



I think the band were lost when they were writing this album. Perhaps they felt unsatisfied with Vile as it was originally being written with Chris Barnes. The fact is, Vile smokes this album in every way from riffs to vocals to the production.



Gallery of Suicide is 44 minutes in length, but with 14 uninspired songs it feels like a rush job. Plenty of short forgettable tracks and the longer ones aren't much better. The song structures are generic and boring, very few memorable riffs, the bass is average, as are the vocals.



The only real standout is the instrumental 'From Skin To Liquid.' It's far from a classic, but it's better than the majority of the tracks on here.

DikkoZinner
April 8th 2015


5317 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

44 joyful minutes

Betruger
November 1st 2015


15 Comments


Creepy songs from sick people.

Brewtality91
May 22nd 2017


666 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"Creepy songs from sick people."



Someone doesn't get it...

This album rules. Easily one of my favorites by them. Not sure how this album can be so sharply criticized when this album just jams so hard. Dismembered and Molested is one of my favorites by the band.

TheClansman95
September 12th 2017


1680 Comments


Horrible cover art

WretchedCacophony
October 23rd 2017


1111 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Album cover is awesome. This album's definitely underappreciated. Dismembered and Molested, t/t, Sentenced to Burn and Centuries of Torment all m///

Oh and Stabbed in the Throat. fuck yes

Demon of the Fall
October 23rd 2017


9796 Comments


Any band that relies on shock value & the novelty of mindless brutality can't be very good. Reading some of the track titles alone is making me want to stay far, far away from this.

If I was to ignore the lyrics/track titles/imagery etc...

I've heard about 5 albums labelled as grind in my life & the couple that are DM/grind weren't particularly enjoyable, so doubt I'm missing out anyway.

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AdolfChrist
November 4th 2017


20343 Comments


Theyre not really grind at all, idk why that tag is there. Anyways, CC have some excellent songwriting and riffs, dont let the caveman lyrics deter you.

Also, the idea that they must be "relying" on shock value is a logical fallacy. Maybe they like the shock factor AND care about writing interesting music? It can be both you know, it doesnt have to be one or the other. Using shocking subject matter doesnt automatically mean that theyre just using it to compensate for a lack of talent.

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TheClansman95
July 16th 2018


1680 Comments


worst album art ever

ErichB
March 15th 2019


32 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

Good review, pos’d. I love the guitar work on this album, “From Skin to Liquid” is fantastic.

TheNotrap
March 15th 2019


9855 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I WILL

KILL

YOU

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WretchedCacophony
March 15th 2019


1111 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

so much good shit on this record. Dismembered and Molested rips hard

Not sure how this could ever be considered the worst album art either



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