CANNIBAL CORPSE: New Audio Interview With PAUL MAZURKIEWICZ Posted Online

Danish rock magazine has posted a brand new audio interview with CANNIBAL CORPSE drummer Paul Mazurkiewicz. Download an MP3 file containing the 14-minute chat at this location (20 MB).

As previously reported, CANNIBAL CORPSE's video for the track "Make Them Suffer" has been posted online at The song comes off the band's latest album, "Kill", which entered the German national chart at position No. 59. "Kill" also debuted at No. 170 on The Billboard 200 with first-week sales in the United States of just a little over 6,000 copies. In 1994, CANNIBAL CORPSE's "Vile" entered the Billboard chart at No. 151 (with a first-week tally of just under 6,200), making "Kill" the second-highest selling debut in the band's storied 17-year career.

"Kill" was released in a limited luxury package, including a bonus DVD, featuring a complete live show (approximately 77 minutes in length) with great sound, professionally filmed on April 8, 2004 at La Laiterie in Strasbourg, France.


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