CANNIBAL CORPSE: 'The Bleeding' Reissue To Feature Bonus Material

Metal Blade Records will re-issue the classic CANNIBAL CORPSE album "The Bleeding" on June 16 in G/A/S (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) and June 19 in the rest of Europe. This re-issue features the remastered version of the album (remastering by Brad Vance at Red Mastering) plus a cover version of POSSESSED's "The Exorcist" as well as the video clip for "Staring Through The Eyes Of The Dead" (Quicktime). The CD will be released as an eight-page digipack with completely new art. Lyrics will also be included.

"The Bleeding" reissue track listing:

01. Staring Through The Eyes Of The Dead
02. Fucked With A Knife
03. Stripped, Raped And Strangled
04. Pulverized
05. Return To Flesh
06. The Pick-Axe Murders
07. She Was Asking For It
08. The Bleeding
09. Force Fed Broken Glass
10. An Experiment In Homicide
11. The Exorcist (POSSESSED cover)
12. Staring Through The Eyes Of The Dead (video clip)

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