CANNIBAL CORPSE – 1998’S “GALLERY OF SUICIDE” ON 180-GRAM VINYL – RELEASES SEPTEMBER 28, 2010!


CANNIBAL CORPSE – The sixth studio album from Cannibal Corpse, Gallery Of Suicide, will be re-released on 180-gram vinyl on September 28, 2010, on Plastic Head. Originally released on April 21, 1998, on Metal Blade Records, Gallery Of Suicide was the second album to have George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher on vocals. This was also the first Cannibal Corpse album to have Pat O’Brien on guitar.

This album it outrageously brutal, from the song titles and lyrics to the Death Metal barrage heard within. ‘Nuff said about this album… alright, it’s wicked F’n Heavy. With every Metal re-release on vinyl, it certifies the fact that there are Metalheads out there that want to hear their bands the Old School way. Just like the Metal I live for, vinyl will never go away.

* As with most vinyl and 180-gram vinyl releases, Gallery Of Suicide is being touted as a “limited release”. I have seen it available for pre-order on Amazon.com.

* For more info on CANNIBAL CORPSE, click on the link below:

CANNIBAL CORPSE – Official Website

CANNIBAL CORPSE, as they appeared on Gallery Of Suicide:

George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher – vocals

Jack Owen – guitar

Pat O’brien – guitar

Alex Webster – bass

Paul Mazurkiewicz – drums

Track Listing For Gallery Of Suicide:

I Will Kill You

Disposal Of The Body

Sentenced To Burn

Blood Drenched Execution

Gallery Of Suicide

Dismembered And Molested

From Skin To Liquid

Unite The Dead

Stabbed In The Throat

Chambers Of Blood

Headless

Every Bone Broken

Centuries Of Torment

Crushing The Despised

Stone.

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2 Responses to “CANNIBAL CORPSE – 1998’S “GALLERY OF SUICIDE” ON 180-GRAM VINYL – RELEASES SEPTEMBER 28, 2010!”

  1. What I like about your site and taste is that you do not discriminate about what type of metal you like, you go from Hendrix to Cannibal Corpse, while some people might be put off by that I am not, as matter a fact I like all sorts of metal and other genres of music also.

    Now to the topic on hand, never heard of this album, but it must be huge influence on death metal if they are re-releasing on vinyl.

    Saw this band several times in the 90’s with their original vocalist.

    • metalodyssey Says:

      Thanks Manny… I appreciate it. I just love METAL! And then… like yourself, so many other genres too. But… METAL is my favorite. I always gravitate right back to METAL!

      Chris Barnes and Six Feet Under are a really cool Death Metal outfit too. Your lucky you saw Cannibal Corpse with Chris Barnes. “Graveyard Classics III” came out this past January… man is it good stuff! All the Death Grooves you could ever ask for… and Six Feet Under puts their own unique “spin” on covering these songs. Worth listening to and picking up if you haven’t already.

      BTW… I really never know myself what exactly I’ll post on any given day! 🙂

      Stone

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