Fan-filmed video footage of CANNIBAL CORPSE performing the song "Make Them Suffer" last night (Saturday, August 25) in Lima, Peru can be viewed below.
Peruvian news agency Andina reported that CANIBAL CORPSE had asked their fans to donate food and other supplies during Lima concert to aid the victims of the magnitude-8 earthquake which shook the southern coast of Peru, killing over 500 people and injuring 1500.
To celebrate Metal Blade's 25th anniversary, the label reissued CANNIBAL CORPSE's 1996 fifth studio album — the first to feature current vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher — "Vile", with an additional four-track DVD filmed at San Francisco's Berkeley Square on February 3, 1997. The CD features a 12-page booklet and completely revised artwork.
CANNIBAL CORPSE's video for the song "Death Walking Terror" has been posted online at YouTube. The track comes off "Kill", the band's 10th studio LP, which came out in March 2006. The album debuted at No. 170 on The Billboard 200 chart, selling more than 6,000 copies in its first week. It was the second time in the band's career that one of its albums breached the mostly pop-friendly list; in 1996, "Vile" opened at No. 151, with more than 6,100 copies sold.
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