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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (2 février 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Métal Blade
  • ASIN : B001LRI7SI
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 2.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Priest Of Sodom
  2. Scalding Hail
  3. To Decompose
  4. A Cauldron Of Hate
  5. Beheading And Burning
  6. Evidence In The Furnace
  7. Carnivorous Swarm
  8. Evisceration Plague
  9. Shatter Their Bones
  10. Carrion Sculpted Entity
  11. Unnatural
  12. Skewered From Ear To Eye

Descriptions du produit

Le succès du récent triple DVD Centuries of Torment l'a rappelé si besoin était: Cannibal Corpse est bien la plus importante formation death metal qui soit, et ce depuis plus de 20 ans. Aussi brutal qu'une fosse plein de zombies et plus affuté qu'un couteau de boucher, ce onzième album des Floridiens est le digne successeur des meilleures oeuvres du combo. A voir en tournée avec Children of Bodom en février 2009!


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Par Emmanuel Gautier TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 10 juin 2009
Format: CD Achat vérifié
C'était à craindre, "Kill" l'annonçait déjà : on vire dans le bourrinisme ultra technique, où l'on arrive plus vraiment à distinguer les subtilités des riffs, les parties de basses sortent moins du lot, les morceaux se ressemblent quand même pas mal aussi.
On a toujours droit à la production impeccable d' Erik Rutan -ex Morbid Angel, fondateur de Hate Eternal- avec ce son de gratte incroyablement puissant. Mais c'est au détriment des compos, qui manquent un peu de relief.
Quelques morceaux sont plaisants, "Cauldron of Hate" ou encore le titre éponyme, mais pas d'instrumental cette fois.
A noter une composition de Rob Barrett et une de Paul Mazurkiewicz, sans qu'on arrive forcément à les identifier par rapport au reste. Pas comme les compos de Jack Owen... -s'il-te-plaît, reviens!
Restent quelques effets assez bien sentis sur la voix du Corpsegrinder.
Côté paroles, pas la révolution, on n'est plus vraiment choqué à force.
L'illustrateur habituel Vincent Locke ne s'est pas vraiment surpassé non plus.
En bref, un album bien fade à mon goût qui comporte quand même quelques riffs sympas, mais il faudrait que Cannibal Corpse pense à évoluer un peu.
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Par Vincent C. TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSVOIX VINE le 18 octobre 2009
Format: CD
Jusqu'à "Bloodthirst", Cannibal Corpse m'a comblé.

Depuis "Gore Obsessed", j'observe une baisse inexorable de la qualité de leur musique...

Cela fait maintenant quelques albums que quasiment la moitié de leurs titres n'ont plus les blasts propres à Cannibal Corpse. Et pour moi, c'est déjà une perte énorme de l'identité du groupe. Deicide n'a pas fait cette erreur, et a même retrouvé une seconde jeunesse avec "The Stench of Redemption" (sur l'album suivant, le batteur va encore plus vite, même si l'album est moins intéressant) : Cannibal Corpse devrait se repenser un peu...

Si on ajoute à ça que, sur les albums précédant "Gore Obsessed", les titres sans blasts possédaient une personnalité propre ainsi que des riffs et rythmes travaillés, ceux de maintenant ne sont plus qu'une suite linéaire de magma de guitares et de batterie qui ne change presque pas de rythme !

Quant à la double pédale, j'aurais aimé plus de passages, ça me manque.

Dernière chose : je trouve que la batterie a un vilain son synthétique.

Quelques morceaux retiennent tout de même l'attention soit par des rythmes hachés (6 et 12), soit par le couple guitare/batterie un peu original (8).
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HASH(0x95868114) étoiles sur 5 Sick And Twisted As Ever 3 février 2009
Par Kendra Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A little under 4 years ago, Cannibal Corpse brought down the axe and hammer on us and gave us Kill. Brutal, vicious, unrelenting. By far, it was one of their best in a long time. Albums like Vile and Gallery of Suicide, while technically well made and in many cases highly underrated, just weren't as good, intense, and fan-pleasing as others like Gore Obsessed and Kill were. The rest from the Corpsegrinder era, even with a good song every now and then (i.e. "Unleashing the Bloodthirsty") just felt messy.

Kill didn't feel messy at all. It was well constructed and wild as all hell. But even with true crowd-pleasers like "The Time to Kill Is Now" and "Maniacal," it really felt like something was missing. There was enough power behind the songs. I seriously doubt that anyone would deny that. But there was very little that was truly memorable, and even when I listen to it (my album of choice on a bad day) it makes me sometimes want to listen to the key songs and get on with my life with something else.

Evisceration Plague hooked me the moment I popped up the screen and a little streaming player at the bottom began spewing the title track from my speakers. Slow wailing guitars and a soft (yet hard) drum beat coming in, leading into the now trademark Corpsegrinder sound. The sounds beat into my ears. It was slow, but it really sounded like it had more energy, more steady rhythm and an overall better feel than nearly everything I'd heard before on Kill.

When it finally came in (a day early and with a spare autographed booklet, no less) I felt a little apprehensive putting it in. I was worried I was just going to put it on my bookshelf and hardly touch it again, as many of Cannibal Corpse's albums unfortunately seem to do. But, I put it into my stereo, pushed play, and the slowness on the title track was gone. The speed, unnerving. The brutality, over-the-top. And to boot, the most energy I've heard on a Cannibal Corpse album since Tomb of the Mutilated.

"Priests of Sodom," "To Decompose," and "Shatter Their Bones" all really got me, personally, and are now some of my personal favorites. Overall, the album is earth shatteringly fast, heavy, and insane, just as Kill was. But what it does have that Kill didn't overall are the memorable riffs and hooks. But don't think that means they've sold out. The lyrics and overall feel are just as sick and twisted as they ever were before. It's almost a wonder the album didn't receive the infamous explicit warning label, but how many CC albums have lately? It seems their reputation stands as testament enough to that alone. And for those wondering about why the album cover doesn't seem too gory, pull out the booklet and get a good look on the inside. It's sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

This album, to me above all of their most recent, shows they can be more than just the alleged cartoonish parody of death metal that critics called them over the years. They're legitimate, brutal, and heavy as they ever were, especially here on this album. If you've never given the band a shot, start with either Tomb of the Mutilated (a true fan favorite) or the boxed set 15 Year Killing Spree (to get a taste of their best over the years). Death metal fan that always avoided Cannibal Corpse? Try this one and see what you think. It's easily one of the best they've ever put out.

Stay Metal!!!
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HASH(0x958668dc) étoiles sur 5 20 years and still killing!! 4 février 2009
Par Tony H. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Cannibal Corpse are one of the best at what they do - and as the numbers indicate, they are officially the best-selling death metal act of all time. Kudos- they deserve it. The new album "Evisceration Plague" shows that they have not lost a step - their riffs are just as sick, technical, and brutal as ever, and as others have stated, abit more catchy than some of their past material. George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher is one of the most articulate of death metal vocalists, making deciphering his vocals quite easy, once you have your 'death metal ear' tuned up. Eric Rutan has again brought fantastic sound to the production, giving room & clarity to every instrument in the maelstrom of metal brutality... and it seems has given Cannibal a breath of fresh air, starting with "Kill". I've only had the album for one day, so it's hard to pick out standout tracks - they ALL kick you right in the teeth - which is exactly what you'd expect from a new Cannibal Corpse album!! My edition of "Evisceration Plague" came with a 'making of' DVD, which I haven't got to watch yet. Whether this is a special edition or not, I have no idea, as I didn't even realize it was there until I opened the packaging when I got home. As a musician myself, I LOVE stuff like this! In the past, it was a big expectation of what kind of sick artwork was gonna be on the new Cannibal CD - but I think that bird has 'flown the coop', so to speak. The artwork is still done by Vincent Locke, but it's a pale comparison to the absolutely shocking stuff he's done in the past... oh well, it's about the music anyways. Overall, a great new album by the KINGS of death metal!
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HASH(0x95c62f8c) étoiles sur 5 Driven to kill this is not my will, I am compelled to slay . . . 31 mai 2010
Par W. Pardue - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Once again Cannibal Corpse sets the bar HIGH for the rest of the death metal playing field! Time will show this to be one of the elite death metal albums ever!
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HASH(0x95649db0) étoiles sur 5 oh my f**ing god 3 février 2009
Par S. Cliffe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album is relentless...amazing, catchy, alex webster (bass) wrote half the album himself, and its the most amazing work and so brutal, oh my god, they have unleashed a masterpiece! im speechless, buy it.
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HASH(0x9549cf24) étoiles sur 5 Still doing what they do best! 29 juin 2010
Par Obiturized - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I've had this album for a while now, so I thought I'd throw up a review for it, as I feel it deserves it.

I thought 'Kill' was awesome, and it sure was and still is, and they took 3 years to come out with a new album, so they must have been writing their a$$es off during that time span, and this album proves that they were.

Now I've seen some people downing this album...BECAUSE OF THE ARTWORK?! come on people, get serious, yes I know older Cannibal Corpse covers were always fun and cool looking, but you never judge a book by it's cover, it's what's inside that counts, and what's inside here is awesome!

From the opener 'Priest of Sodom' which had a video made for it as well, it is an awesome song, and still shows Cannibal Corpse haven't lost a thing, and maybe even gained, which I feel they have been doing since they kicked out former vocalist Chris Barnes, I like the Barnes era too, but I feel the band got more creative when George 'Corpsegrinder' Fisher stepped in, and I feel he is a way better vocalist than Barnes was, he has more range, and he sounds WAY more intense, in my opinion anyways.

Theres plenty of great songs here other than the opener as well, 'Scalding Hail' with please those who really want to thrash, as it's blistering fast, with some great catchy riffs, and for those who prefer the more mid-paced to grinding songs will be pleased with 'A Cauldron of Hate' and the title track 'Evisceration Plague' as they are wicked heavy, and will leave you wanting to headbang to no end, there is something here for everyone (fans of the genre anyways).

Cannibal Corpse have always seemed to amaze me, and I can say that, because I have their complete discography, I've heard it all, and this album continues what they've done best all these years, which is thrash, and be pissed off!
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