CANNABIS CORPSE To Release 'The Weeding' In October

CANNABIS CORPSE, the Richmond, Virginia-based old-school death metal band featuring Philip "Landphil" Hall (bass) from MUNICIPAL WASTE and his brother Josh "HallHammer" Hall (drums), will release "The Weeding" EP in October on 12", CD, digital and "die-hard pro-stoner" edition (details to be announced) from Tankcrimes Records.

Recorded in CANNABIS CORPSE's hometown at H.M.C. Studios and mastered at Mammoth Sound (GHOUL, IMPALED), "The Weeding" is "the next step in complete pot lobotomy," according to a press release. "Featuring insane cover art [see below] by one of the sickest artists in the metal underground, Andrei Bouzikov (MUNICIPAL WASTE, SKELETONWITCH), the package is complete."

The track listing is as follows:

01. Shit of Pot Seeds
02. Vaporized
03. Skull Full of Bong Hits
04. Sickening Photosynthesis

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Check out one of the new cuts at www.myspace.com/cannabiscorpseva.

CANNABIS CORPSE will embark on a full U.S tour with thrash warriors RAMMING SPEED in October.

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