CANNIBAL CORPSE Film Video For 'Decency Defied'

CANNIBAL CORPSE bassist Alex Webster has posted the following message on the band's official web site:

"Hello everyone, this Alex from CANNIBAL here with an update on our video shoot for the song 'Decency Defied'.

"We shot the video on Jan. 25th, 2004 at St. Petersburg Florida's Club Venom. We want to say an extra special thanks to the owners and staff at Club Venom for helping us with this, you guys rule. The video was directed by Austin Rhodes, the same man responsible for our upcoming bonus DVD to be included in the limited edition of 'The Wretched Spawn'.

"All of the band performance scenes were done at Club Venom, but concept footage will be filmed in El Paso, and some additional footage was shot in Tampa's Latin Quarter, Ybor City. We are confident this will be our most effective video yet, and that all of our fans will be pleased. The video should air sometime in late February or early March, so be ready!"

Click here to check out a few pictures from the video shoot.

CANNIBAL CORPSE's new CD, "The Wretched Spawn", is scheduled for release on February 24 through Metal Blade Records. The follow-up to 2002's "Gore Obsessed" was recorded at Sonic Ranch studios in Tornillo, Texas with producer Neil Kernon (NEVERMORE, JUDAS PRIEST).

CANNIBAL CORPSE will be embarking on a U.S. tour with HYPOCRISY, EXHUMED and VILE beginning on February 12 in Houston, Texas. A three-date Mexican tour is tentatively penciled in for May 28-30.

CANNIBAL CORPSE will be conducting a signing session at the Relapse Retail Store on Sunday, March 7 at 4pm EST. For more information, go to


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