SLAYER, CANNIBAL CORPSE, MALEVOLENT CREATION Make 'Goriest Album Covers' List
SLAYER, CANNIBAL CORPSE, MALEVOLENT CREATION, CRADLE OF FILTH and SUFFOCATION are among the artists whose album covers have made the Dallas Observer's slideshow of "20 of the Goriest Album Covers."
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"20 of the Goriest Album Covers," according to the Dallas Observer:
01. CANNIBAL CORPSE - Butchered at Birth
02. PHIL COLLINS - But Seriously
03. CANNIBAL CORPSE - Eaten Back to Life
04. TORTURE KILLER - For Maggots to Devour
05. IMPALED - Choice Cuts
06. EXHUMED - Gore Metal
07. CATTLE DECAPITATION - Humanure
08. IRON MAIDEN - Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
09. SUFFOCATION - Human Waste
10. CRADLE OF FILTH - The Principle of Evil Made Flesh
11. DAVID KARSTEN DANIELS - Sharp Teeth
12. ABORTED - Goremageddon
13. NAKED CITY - Live in Hamburg
14. PUNISH YOURSELF - Gore Baby Gore
15. THE BEATLES - Yesterday and Today (original artwork)
16. MOST PRECIOUS BLOOD - Merciless (original artwork)
17. SLAYER - Christ Illusion
18. EAT THE LIVING - Bloodbath
19. BUTTHOLE SURFERS - Electriclarryland
20. MALEVOLENT CREATION - The Will to Kill
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