CANNIBAL CORPSE Frontman Interviewed By METAL STORM; Video Available
Baz Anderson of Metal Storm conducted an interview with vocalist George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher of Florida death metallers CANNIBAL CORPSE on October 30, 2009 in Sheffield, England. Watch the chat in three parts below.
CANNIBAL CORPSE kicked off the European Plague Tour earlier this month with direct support from DYING FETUS. On the mainland, the package is completed by EVOCATION and OBSCURA, while TRIGGER THE BLOODSHED and ANNOTATIONS OF AN AUTOPSY will support the bands in the U.K.
As previously reported, CANNIBAL CORPSE issued a limited-edition 96-page comic book exclusively at the Hot Topic booth on this past summer's Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival. Drawn entirely by Vince Locke, who illustrated the acclaimed graphic novel "A History of Violence" and each of the band's album covers, the "Evisceration Plague" comic graphically depicts a story for every song on the band's album of the same name — arranged in order, no less. As an added bonus, each copy comes with a copy of the album.
The comic book can now be purchased at all Hot Topic stores listed at this location.
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